Mediator Model to Train New Staff

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In order to properly support our clients, we need to ensure that our staff can efficiently work with them. Margaret O’Flaherty, BCBA and Clinical Director of Virtual Behaviour Services,

In order to properly support our clients, we need to ensure that our staff can efficiently work with them. Margaret O’Flaherty, BCBA and Clinical Director of Virtual Behaviour Services, talks about training your staff using the mediator model approach. She also explains how you can support your staff in their learning and ensure that clients have suitable interventions to help them succeed.

The following Learning Objectives are covered:

  • Introduction to the mediator model for training therapists
  • Understanding adult learners
  • Issues with training new staff
  • Training new staff on an individual basis Vs group training formats
  • Behaviour skills training

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