PEAK Experiential Training Spokane Nov 4-5

PEAK Experiential Training Spokane Nov 4-5

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Small Group Training Opportunity Limited to 40 People


DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center

322 N. Spokane Falls Court, Spokane, WA 99201

8:30-4:00pm both days

BCBA Type 2 CEUs Provided by PEAKABA Solutions


Training Provided

The purpose of this training is to provide attendees with the opportunity to actively engage with the Promoting the Emergence of Advanced Knowledge (PEAK) Relational Training System. Attendees will learn how to use the Peak Comprehensive Assessment to assess over 700 skills relating to language and cognition. Training will then be provided on how to use the assessment information to determine programming and intervention. Attendees will have the opportunity to analyze sample assessment data to determine next steps in the treatment process. Additionally, attendees will practice collecting data using the Peak data collection system. They will then review sample data to determine how to problem solve and adjust the intervention. The training concludes with discussion of programs from the Equivalence and Transformation books and how to implement these programs successfully with clients.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Explain the components of the Peak Comprehensive Assessment of language and cognition in persons with autism
  • Demonstrate the ability to use assessment results to design a comprehensive language and cognition-training curriculum for children with autism based on assessment results
  • Describe how the four learning modalities of the PEAK Relational Training System are similar and different
  • Explain and provide examples of the relational frames that are trained in the Peak Transformation module
  • Explain and provide examples of derived relational responding and stimulus equivalence
  • Explain and implement the Peak data collection process
  • Explain and implement the Peak troubleshooting process for the Equivalence and Transformation module in order to successfully promote derived relational responding
  • Explain and provide examples of prompting strategies and modifications to make to Peak programs to improve client outcomes
  • Explain the value of using least to most teaching
  • Explain at least 1 benefit of using trial-by-trial data collection
  • Explain the importance of individualizing mastery criteria for each learner
  • Explain how to individualize PEAK programs based on learner characteristics

Course Length and BACB Continuing Education

The Experiential course contains 12 hours of content and 14 Type II BACB CEs for Experiential

Certification Obtained 

Level 1 Certification – Provided to individuals who are completing the Experiential PEAK Course as their 1st PEAK Course

Level 2 Certification – Provided to individuals who have already completed the Foundational Peak Course (previously Peak Level 1)