The Annual Conference will feature a series of half and full-day workshops (requiring attendees to pay an extra fee beyond standard conference registration). We invite submissions for a proposed workshops. Workshops should highlight current topics related to behaviour analysis, in particular education, disability, supervision, or ethics are encouraged to submit. Workshops should be designed to teach new skills that may be used by the participants. The format of the workshop must involve extensive audience participation, use of handouts, opportunities for participants to practice the skills, and/or the use of guided notes. Note that a workshop is not a sales or marketing event, and any commercial advertising efforts are prohibited.
Presenters limit enrollment and specify the academic level of participants. If materials are provided the workshop delegates are charged a materials fee (optional; set by the presenter). Presenters will be paid 20% of workshop ticket price for each delegate that attended their workshop.
Who can submit?
We invite proposals from behaviour analysts and other related professionals and industry partners - essentially anyone with a passion and commitment to the important role that behaviour analysis plays in our society.
How to submit
What happens after I submit?