Summary

What Information We'll Cover

This course will provide an overview of the types of performance assessment tools used by performance management practitioners, and the historical foundations of these assessments are explored. Strategies for conducting historical assessments will be shared, including lists of documents that may be reviewed to influence interventions. Indirect assessments, including diagnostic tools and consequence analyses, will be demonstrated using both research and practical applications. Reviews of different types of direct observation strategies will also be reviewed in the context of determining interventions, and finally, the use of experimental analysis in PM practice will also be discussed, including exploring why the use of these analyses are more common in clinical ABA than performance management practice.
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The Details

PM1004 - 2.5 Learning (Supervision) CEs

INSTRUCTOR:
Shannon Biagi, MS, BCBA
DURATION:
2 hours, 10 minutes
PARTICIPATION MONITORING:
Post-training Quiz & Video Completion Monitoring
EVENT FORMAT:
Asynchronous online course with videos

CE PROVIDER INFORMATION:
Chief Motivating Officers, LLC (OP-19-3170)


After this course, participants will be able to:

Objectives - What We'll Accomplish During This Course

  • Determine why assessments have been historically neglected in performance management.

  • Select the justification(s) for implementing pre-intervention assessments in the workplace.

  • Determine which records/documents to review during a historical assessment, given a potential intervention target.

  • Given a scenario, select the area of the Performance Diagnostic Checklist (PDC) that may indicate an effective intervention.

  • Identify the factors taken into consideration when conducting an ABC/Consequence analysis

  • Determine the most powerful consequences to integrate into an intervention, depending on the desired behavior change.

  • Identify the most appropriate descriptive assessment to use, given a scenario.

  • Determine the conditions under which a descriptive assessment is appropriate (or inappropriate).

  • Select reasons why experimental analysis is less common in PM practice than clinical ABA.

Course Outline

  • 01

    Introduction

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    • PM1004 - Assessments in Performance Management: Syllabus

    • About Your Instructor

  • 02

    Guided Notes (Download and Complete for Best Results)

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    • PM1004 Guided Notes

  • 03

    Lecture

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    • Part 1: Foundations of Performance Assessments

    • Part 2: Historical Assessments

    • Part 3: Indirect/Informant Assessments - Performance Diagnostic Checklist

    • Part 4: Indirect/Informant Assessments: ABC/Consequence Analysis

    • Part 5: Direct/Descriptive Assessments

    • Part 6: Experimental Analysis

    • Part 7: The Assessment Process

  • 04

    Complete the Course

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    • PM1004 Completion Quiz

    • Post-Training Survey

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