Continuing Education Credits
You can count on the Kinney Center to provide autism specific training opportunities that help you stay relevant and prepared for an increasingly neurodiverse world — while earning the professional continuing education credits you need to advance your career.
Work Training Series
Human resource professionals can prepare themselves and their organizations for an ever increasingly neuro-diverse workforce while earning SHRM professional development credits (PCDs). Topics include: Benefits of a Neurodiverse Workforce, Hiring & Interviewing a Neurodiverse Workforce, Effective Communication, Accommodations and Special Considerations and Building Empathetic and Supportive Teams. A Neurodiversity at Work Certificate is awarded upon completion of all five sessions.
College and University Professionals
This continuing education training provides autism professionals with current data trends, case study examples and specific techniques and approaches to working with the autism population. This program will increase your understanding of ASD and how it affects individuals both personally and in their relationships with peers, support professionals, and families. Participants will be challenged to practice skills through group activities and personal reflection. Offers CEUs for social workers, licensed professional counselors and marriage and family therapists.
Earn IBCCES continuing education credits in lunch-and-learn sessions while learning more about applied behavior analysis, autism spectrum disorder and how to support caregivers with effective communication.
If you have an idea for training series not listed above, please reach out to David Square, Director of Employment Services. He can work with you and customize a training that will benefit you and your organization.