47th Annual Convention; Online; 2021
All times listed are Eastern time (GMT-4 at the time of the convention in May).
|The Struggle Doesn't Have to be Real: Establishing and Maintaining Training Initiatives Within Autism Service Providers|
|Sunday, May 30, 2021|
|11:00 AM–11:50 AM |
|Area: OBM; Domain: Service Delivery|
|CE Instructor: Layla Sump, Ph.D.|
|Chair: Layla Sump (DAXTA)|
|HOLLY L. STEINKAMP (Kadiant)|
|THERESA SAIZ (Kadiant)|
|KARLA SAUCEDO (Kadiant)|
Effective training is crucial to ensure that professionals know how to execute their jobs and, consequently, to increase the quality of services within a professional organization. Training topics within an autism service provider organization are typically related to clinical, compliance, operations and professionalism and are necessary to be completed across job functions (e.g., clinical staff, human resources staff, etc.) during initial onboarding and ongoing training. Depending on the size, clinical model, and available resources within an organization, training needs may differ. That said, independently of these variables, every organization has a need to build and maintain training systems to: (a) ensure that training content is identified, (b) determine the training audience across function areas, (c) produce high quality training content, (d) implement training using best practices, (e) re-train staff when needed, and (f) verify training completion. The panelists will discuss topics related to establishing and maintaining training initiatives within small, medium, and large organizations, including themes related to training infrastructure needed and integration of companies within a larger organization.
|Instruction Level: Intermediate|
|Learning Objectives: |
At the conclusion of the presentation participants will be able to: (1) identify training needs within an organization, (2) identify training infrastructure used to establish and maintain training systems, and (3) identify best practices for training delivery.
|Keyword(s): OBM, Training|
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