OBM Sound Bytes – Training Opportunities in OBM

By Manny Rodriguez, M.S.

bSci21 Contributing Writer

One thing people always ask me about is educational and training opportunities in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM).  In this episode of OBM Sound Bytes (above), I take a few minutes to discuss the best ways to learn about OBM from the perspective of a student and a professional.  I talk about university programs in the U.S. and abroad, in addition to resources offered by the OBM Network, including recommended training programs, readings, and more!

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Manny Rodriguez, M.S. has over ten years experience, working with organizations across the globe within the Fortune 1000. He is an accomplished practitioner in the field of Behavior Analysis, highly regarded by his customers and colleagues alike. Manny is especially skilled at facilitating business teams to execute strategic plans and preparing leaders to engage employees to reach their maximum potential. Manny holds the position of Director of Continuing Education and Product Development for ABA Technologies, a pioneer in online professional development of behavior analysts, and is also the President of the Organizational Behavior Management Network. You can contact him at [email protected].

Manny Rodriguez and ABA Technologies, Inc provides products and services for Behavior Analysts and the general public. Online Professional Development in ABA, Coaching/Mentoring Behavior Analysts, Speaking engagements such as Workshops/Seminars/Webinars, and Expert Consulting in ABA, OBM, Instructional Design and Teaching Behavior Analysis. For more information, contact [email protected].

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1 Comment on "OBM Sound Bytes – Training Opportunities in OBM"

  1. Hi Manny, I’m a prospective graduate student researching both ABA and OBM. I noticed to practice ABA, I must be board certified. Does OBM require that as well?

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