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The Big Bundle- 15 ABACLive Webinars!
Many of you wanted a way to purchase bulk ABACLive webinars at a discounted price. Sure we have the Current Topics in ABA Series bundles (which offer awesome deals), but some of you want more variety.
HERE IT IS!
INTRODUCING...THE BIG BUNDLE!
15 webinars of your choice for $1375On average, over a 2 year period, you would pay $2000 to take 40 continuing education credits through ABAC and $2250 for 45 credits. With this package, you get to design your own continuing education course sequence for a fraction of the price. Your choice, your combo, your credits.
You could save over $1000 depending on your course selection!!!!!Please scroll down to the product description for all of the information you need to decide if THE BIG BUNDLE is right for you!
Current Topics by Peter Sturmey, Ph.d Partial Bundle- 12 CEUs
For those that have already taken one of Professor Sturmey's workshops or for those that want a smaller package-Sign up for the current topics partial bundle and view 4 of the amazing live webinar-workshops presented by Professor Peter Sturmey, Ph.d for 20% off the total price! ($108 savings!)
Current Topics by Peter Sturmey, Ph.d Bundle- 15 CEUs
Sign up for the current topics bundle and view 5 of the amazing live webinar-workshops presented by Professor Peter Sturmey, Ph.d for 20% off the regular price. Here is how it works- Purchase the current topics bundle for $540 (regular price for 5 is $675) and you will receive a unique coupon code which you will use to register for any of the Current Topics workshops over the next year. Titles available include:
- Restraint and restrictive behavior management practices: Recent advances in applied behavior analysis research.
- Aggressive Behavior: Recent advances in assessment and treatment
- Ethics and the practice of applied behavior analysis
- Self injurious behavior: Recent advances in research and practice
- Behavior Skills Training: A research update
- Organizational Behavior Management
- Evidence-based practices in autism