The Global Autism Project, headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, partners with individual centers for children with autism in the under-served communities of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Jakarta, Indonesia, Nairobi, Kenya, and Chandigarh, India. The Global Autism Project specifically partners with centers run by local individuals who seek to establish evidenced-based behavior analytic principles to schooling for those in need. There are currently 70 million people in the world with autism, 85% living in developing countries without access to proper treatment and where limited understanding of autism spectrum disorder is evident. Instead of giving centers resources the Project uses a bottom-up approach to work alongside the centers, helping them to develop tools allowing for self-reliance and sustainability. While the Global Autism Project offers training for BCBA Supervision, a training protocol for the teachers in these centers is emergent. This paper outlines a behavior analytic teacher training protocol developed with the Centre in Jakarta allowing teachers to create tools evaluating parent workshop effectiveness and subsequently analyzing data. This study is pioneer in behavioral research with therapists that work with children with special needs in under-served communities in under-resourced communities and is the beginning of teacher training protocols that will be used around the world.