2002: Simon Dymond & Mecca Chiesa


Anglia Polytechnic University and University of Paisley


In 2001, several UK- and Ireland-based behavior analysts developed the ABA Lecturers' Co-Operative to provide training in applied behavior analysis (ABA) for classroom teachers of children with autism. The first non-university course in the UK to teach ABA in accordance with the coursework and supervisory requirements of the BACB formally began in the spring of 2001. This course does not, however, result in a university graduate degree. The International Development Grant helped to fund the development of the first postgraduate program in ABA in the UK that satisfies the coursework requirements of the BACB and leads to university postgraduate qualifications. 




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