|Employer||Verbal Behaviour Program|
|Role title||Verbal Behaviour Tutor (ABA)|
|Closing date||Until Further Notice|
|Number of posts||3|
|Paid / unpaid||Unpaid|
|Salary/Hourly rate||Out of pocket expenses only|
|Role description||Looking for psychology /early childhood students for voluntary experience with a lovely energetic, gorgeous little boy, who has autism. You would be working on a 1:1 basis after school for approximately 2/3 hours per week. Our ABA home program involves teaching skill acquisition programs (functional communication, imitation, academic, social skills etc) by using his motivation and interests to create fun opportunities to learn new skills. Since beginning the program in July 2011 the little boy (who was largely non verbal) has made substantial developments with his speech and interaction skills. We use data collection in order to track and display improvement. This would benefit somebody interested in learning more about the field of applied behaviour analysis and autism.|
|Person requirements||- Open minded and willing to learn Verbal Behaviour program techniques.
- Volunteers must be reliable and dependable.
- Enthusiastic, fun and friendly
- Must have an up to date CRB check.
- Physically fit and able to play for 2hrs
|Academic Requirements||A degree/ or studying for a degree in psychology, SLT, early childhood advantageous but not essential.Full training will be given|
|Working time||After School|
|Time commitment:||2 hours sessions|
|How to Apply
||To express an interest in this role please email email@example.com, including your student ID number. (Please indicate here whether students will require a CRB form and if so whether this needs to be processed by yourselves, or whether you’re happy to accept forms processed by the University of Liverpool. Also please let me know how you would like students to apply once I’ve met with them, i.e., do I forward their contact details to you, or vice versa, is there an application form you’d like them to complete etc.)|