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PECS Level 1 Training Workshop™

Kuntoutus Akatemia | 2. – 3.6.2020 | Online-koulutus

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Onnistu kommunikaatiotaitojen opettamisessa PECS-menetelmän avulla!

Suosittu PECS Level 1 Workshop™ -koulutus järjestetään Espoon Keilaniemessä kesäkuussa 2020. Osallistujat saavat koulutuksen päätteeksi Pyramid Educational Consultantin myöntämän virallisen todistuksen. Käytännönläheinen koulutus toteutetaan englannin kielellä.

PECS Level 1 Training Workshop™ is intense two-day training which is designed to teach participants the theory behind the Picture Exchange Communication System™ (PECS).

You will learn how to implement the six Phases of PECS, including the attributes, through presenter demonstrations, video examples and roleplay opportunities. You will gain a broad understanding of how to implement PECS with individuals with autism, related developmental disabilities, and/or limited communication skills.

PECS Level 1 Training 2-Day Workshop™ provides you high quality of training by two accredited PECS consultants. You will also receive:

  • Certificate reflecting completion of 13 hours of training
  • Training material, including a comprehensive handout 400 page PECS Training Manual by Lori Frost, M.S.,CCC/SLP & Andy Bondy, Ph.D.

Who should attend?

This training is appropriate for all who would like to learn about the Picture Exchange Communication System™ (PECS), such as speech therapists, parents, teachers, paraprofessionals, behavior analysts, psychologists, social workers and/or other professionals who are providing services for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Learn about the key Pyramid components to design effective educational environments

THE KEY PYRAMID

Hear about leading strategies to create opportunities for communication

STRATEGIES

Understand how to implement Phases with target individuals

THE SIX PHASES

Take in how to transfer from PECS to other communication modalities

TRANSITION

PECS has received
worldwide recognition for focusing on the initiation component
of communication.

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Late arrivals/early leavers: If you are late for a course or you leave before the end of the course; we reserve the right to withhold issue of our training certificate. In all such cases, the full course fee remains payable.

tiistai 2.6.

  • 8.30
  • Registration Period
  • 9.00
  • Introduction and The Pyramid Approach to Education
  • Workshop Outline
  • Learner Objectives
  • Overview of PECS
  • Is the student a candidate for PECS?
  • What is “AAC”?
  • What about speech?
  • Overview of our Students

 

Learning and the Educational Environment

  • Introduction to The Pyramid Approach to Education
  • PECS and the Pyramid
  • Functional Activities

 

  • 10.30
  • Refreshment break
  • 10.45
  • Continuation of The Pyramid Approach to Education
  • Powerful Reinforcers
  • Functional Communication
  • Inappropriate Behaviors
  • 12.30
  • Lunch
  • 13.00
  • Continuation of the Pyramid Approach to Education
  • Generalization
  • Effective Lessons
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Error Correction
  • Data

 

Getting Ready for PECS

 

  • 13.30
  • PECS Phase I
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • Practice of implementing the phase
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Videos of Phase I implementation
  • 14.30
  • Refreshment break
  • 14.45
  • PECS Phase I continues & Phase II

PECS Phase II

• The Structured Training Environment
• The Relaxed Training Environment
• Videos of Phase II implementation

  • 16.30
  • End of Day One

keskiviikko 3.6.

  • 8.30
  • Sign-in Day 2
  • 9.00
  • Feedback from day 1 Evaluation & Brief Review of Day 1
  • 9.30
  • Phase IIIA including 4-step Error Correction
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Videos of Phase IIIa
  • Practice the Error Correction Procedure
  • Discuss Alternative Discrimination Strategies
  • 10.30
  • Refreshment break
  • 10.45
  • Phase IIIB including Correspondence Checks
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Videos of Phase IIIb
  • Practice the Error Correction Procedure

 

 

  • 11.15
  • Phase IV
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Videos of Phase IV
  • Practice the Error Correction Procedure
  • 12.30
  • Lunch
  • 13.00
  • Attributes
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Videos of Attributes
  • Bright Ideas
  • 13.30
  • Phase V
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Videos of Attributes
  • Peer PECS
  • Practice phase V
  • 14.30
  • Refreshment break
  • 14.45
  • Phase VI
  • The Structured Training Environment
  • The Relaxed Training Environment
  • Bright Ideas
  • Videos of Phase V

 

  • 16.00
  • Brief review of Additional Critical Communication Skills & Evaluation
  • Brief review of Additional Critical Communication Skills
  • Saying ‘No’
  • Transitioning from PECS to Speech Generating Devices
  • 16.30
  • End of Day Two

PECS Level 1 Training Pyramid Educational Consultants

BSc Psychology with Child Studies, MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis

Grace Payne

Grace Payne worked as an Applied Behaviour Analysis tutor on a home programme while she studied for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Child Studies.  She has tutored in a variety of settings; private homes, community settings, schools and nurseries, both mainstream and special educational needs. Grace has worked with students who primarily have a diagnosis of autism. She was promoted to Lead Tutor and held this role for 8 years, which has meant she was been able to gain extensive experience in teaching children core skills such as imitation, visual performance skills, academic skills and functional communication.

Grace has a particularly strong passion for the implementation of PECS, she found this helped her learners not just express their wants and needs but also to comment and interact with the world around them.

Grace has also been able to take on a more senior role in training staff, analysing data in order to change the learning approach being taken and also presenting evidence at formal educational meetings. Wanting to learn more about behavioural science in order to improve her teaching she began her Behaviour Analysis Masters at Bangor University which she passed with distinction in December 2019.

BSc Psychology with Child Studies, MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis

Grace Payne

Grace Payne worked as an Applied Behaviour Analysis tutor on a home programme while she studied for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Child Studies.  She has tutored in a variety of settings; private homes, community settings, schools and nurseries, both mainstream and special educational needs. Grace has worked with students who primarily have a diagnosis of autism. She was promoted to Lead Tutor and held this role for 8 years, which has meant she was been able to gain extensive experience in teaching children core skills such as imitation, visual performance skills, academic skills and functional communication.

Grace has a particularly strong passion for the implementation of PECS, she found this helped her learners not just express their wants and needs but also to comment and interact with the world around them.

Grace has also been able to take on a more senior role in training staff, analysing data in order to change the learning approach being taken and also presenting evidence at formal educational meetings. Wanting to learn more about behavioural science in order to improve her teaching she began her Behaviour Analysis Masters at Bangor University which she passed with distinction in December 2019.