Training and information is available in various formats noted below. Please note that these training workshops are reserved first for Colorado School District and Administrative Unit personnel who work directly with children with autism spectrum disorders and parents of those children. All other reservations have been added to the waiting list and you will be notified at the registration deadline if there are open spaces.
This is a list of trainings requiring attendance in person.
The Colorado Department of Education is partnering with the Kansas TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports Group and the Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network to bring a comprehensive series of webinar trainings to their educators, families, and related service professionals. Each of these webinars will air twice and be archived on each agency's website for later reviewing.
On this page you will be able to access all of the archived webinars from the Tri-State Webinar Series.
Other Training Opportunities
Using Task Analysis to Assess Math Objectives
Join us for an eight-week online course designed to provide a systematic approach for educators to create a task analysis for a given math objective and to use task analysis to assess student mastery. In addition to the 1 hour of content per week, participants will have the option for weekly virtual coaching sessions.
The course begins March 13, 2017.
See flyer for registration link and other information.
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Online Learning Opportunity!
This is a 40 hour readiness training which fulfills the Behavior Analyst Certification Board's (BACB) eligibility training requirement to attaining a Registered Behavior Technician credential.
March 20, 2017 - September 13, 2017
Contact Kate Loving for more information or to register for this training: Email Kate Loving
Brooke Carson, Ph.D.
Phone: 303-866-6691 | Email