PBS Essentials

Valid and reliable measurement of behaviour

Learn the importance of validity and reliability in measurement for behaviour practitioners, in order to collect data utilising direct and indirect measures.

What's included?

  • Updated content
  • Interactive activities
  • Self-paced course
  • Behaviour-based design
  • Certification of conclusion

Improve your behaviour plans

 This course will help you to improve your ability to implement valid and reliable measurements of baseline data, in order to promote effective behavioural intervention.

Valid and reliable measurements

At the end of this course, you will be able to describe behaviours of concern, and measure their frequency, duration, latency and magnitude.


John Wooderson

John is the Director of Training and Non-training Solutions at Kameleon Group working across Brisbane, Queensland.
John has qualifications in education including a Masters in Philosophy from the University of Queensland and is pursuing a PhD with the University of Technology Sydney. He has experience working as a Behaviour Support Practitioner at Kameleon Group.
John has extensive clinical experience designing and implementing positive behavioural interventions. 
Patrick Jones - Course author

Meet our team

In addition to the course instructor, many professionals worked on the design and development of this course. Check it out: