Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS
): School-based treatment on a rural American Indian reservation.
During 2004 and 2005, over 1500 sixth-grade students and their parents in a primarily African American and Latino LAUSD K-12 school were invited to participate in screening for the CBITS program.
The consent form, provided to parents in both English and Spanish, described the CBITS program and the potential impact of community violence on a child's academic performance and social development.
We used 2 approaches to obtain consent to participate in the CBITS screening.
in Upper Saddle river, N.J., are part of the CBITS units supplied by Engineering and Economics Research (EER), Inc.
The first Pioneer LD-V6010 player for CBITS was acquired in January of 1988; the Air Force now has approximately 150 of them all over the U.S.
The CBITS units supplement prior methods of instructing both new pilots and pilots from other aircraft on the operation of F-16, F-15E and F-111 fighter jets.
Region: Region Conference Attendee and Presenter; CBITS
Program Planner; Interview Committee
Oklahoma Voc Assn State President; OVA Political Action Committee Rep for Admin Division; Planning Committee Member for OVA Legislative Policy Seminar; OVA Policy Leadership Development Grant Recipient ($1000); State Guidance Award; State OVA Membership Committee; Presenter--OkACTE Potential Leaders Seminar; CBITS
Members of the Adult Vocational Education Association (AVEA), Customized Business and Industry Training (CBITS
) and school-to-careers and tech prep organizations are using the Work Keys system to help build a world-class workforce.
Lennox was the beneficiary of a customized business and industry training service (CBITS).
Most of the nation's 1,300 community colleges now provide some form of CBITS in addition to their other course offerings.