This is a challenging and rewarding program that prepares you with the knowledge and skills you need to assist in assessing, designing, implementing, monitoring and modifying behavioural interventions. Learn how to:
- Apply ethical principles in the development of behavioural interventions
- Use appropriate statistical methodology to document and analyze client progress
- Apply non-aversive behavioural supports to manage and reduce dangerous and disruptive client behaviours
- Use positive behavioural supports to introduce more appropriate behaviours
- Recognize and respond appropriately to the programming needs of clients of all ages
Graduates are prepared to work in a range of human service settings and as part of a multidisciplinary team, which may include service providers, parents, family members and clients.