Non-OSHA CE Opportunities

Non-OSHA Sponsored Continuing Education Opportunities

From time to time, OSHA receives information on outside CE courses. That information is posted here for the benefit of our members, friends and sponsors.
If you have additional questions or need further information, please contact the sponsoring organization directly.

UC Davis Extension, in partnership with the prestigious UC Davis MIND Institute, offers several training options for professionals who work with students and clients on the autism spectrum from early education through adulthood. Online! Free Autism Spectrum Disorder Information Session • Dec. 4: Mon., 4:00-5:00 p.m. (PT) • Enroll in section 172ADS300. Online! Early Start Denver Model – Introductory Workshop • Jan. 8-Feb. 18. Enroll by Jan. 4. • $425. Enroll in section 173ESD900. Online! Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder • Enroll now through Jan. 12 and complete by March 24. • $675. Enroll in section 173ADS100. • Special Discounts: Group Discount. Online! Applied Behavior Analysis Strategies and Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder • Jan. 12-March 24. • $675. Enroll in section 173ADS101. • Special Discounts: Group Discount. To enroll or for more information and a full list of what we offer, visit UC Davis Extension at or call (800) 752-0881.
The Davis Phinney Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people living with Parkinson’s to live well today. While it is critical to find a cure, we feel strongly that people living with Parkinson’s need information, inspiration and tools that motivate them to take action to improve their quality of life. We also believe that people living with Parkinson's benefit greatly from a wide network of wellness professionals, including Speech Therapists, which is why we are reaching out to you today. One of our premier programs, The Victory Summit® event, is coming to Oklahoma City on Friday, December 8th at the Reed Conference Center. This national educational event is a moving day of information and inspiration for people with Parkinson’s, their loved ones and the greater Oklahoma community. The day will cover topics such as quality of life, exercise, nutrition and strategies for care partners. It’s an upbeat, fast-paced event of community and connection, filled with laughter and conversation. Join us for this day of education and empowerment that may help you to work more thoughtfully and effectively with people with Parkinson's as well as develop a deeper appreciation for the phrase “living well.” For more information and to register, visit
Are you ready to make a change in someone's life? Can you imagine your learner making real progress with communication? Don’t miss this opportunity to attend the PECS Level 1 Training in Arlington, Texas! This workshop offers 1.3 ASHA CEUs or 13.0 BACB CEUs at no additional cost. All participants will leave with practical knowledge of the Picture Exchange Communication System that can immediately be implemented into any setting! PECS Level 1 Training January 25th & 26th, 2018 Cost: $399 Professionals/ $299 Parents Workshop Hours: 8:00am - 4:00pm Register Now! PECS is an evidence-based practice, with over 150 supportive research articles from countries around the world. The PECS Level 1 Training is appropriate for parents and professionals working with learners with autism, related disabilities and/or limited communication skills. This two day training begins with an overview of the Pyramid Approach to Education. This includes factors related to establishing an effective learning/communicative environment. Specific topics include functional activities, powerful reinforcers, functional communication, identification, and replacement of Contextually Inappropriate Behaviors, generalization, lesson formats, teaching strategies, error correction, and data collection and analysis. The training then goes on to describe the six phases of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) protocol. Participants will learn how to implement the six phases of PECS, plus attributes, through presenter demonstrations, video examples and role-play opportunities. Participants will leave the workshop with an understanding of how to fully implement PECS with individuals with autism, related developmental disabilities, and/or limited communication skills. Training in action What You Will Learn The key Pyramid components to designing effective educational environments Strategies to create an abundance of opportunities for communication The relationship between PECS and traditional communication training approaches How to implement all six phases of PECS with target individuals using a behavior analytic orientation The criteria for transitioning from PECS to other communication modalities Group discounts are available! Please feel free to contact us directly with any questions via phone (888-732-7462) or email ( Please visit our website at for more information. Online registration is available if you are using a credit card (Discover, Amex, MasterCard and Visa). Alternately, you may register via phone using a credit card at 888-732-7462. Checks and purchase orders through the mail are also acceptable. In addition purchase orders may be faxed to the office at (302) 368-2516.