Behavioral Skills Training (BST) is a training package that utilizes instructions, modeling, rehearsal, and feedback in order to teach a new skill. Typically training is implemented not for some fixed time, but rather to some predetermined criterion. For example, a trainee may be said to have acquired a skill when they have emitted correct responses on 90% of three consecutive training sessions. Although these four components are common there are many procedural variations in how researchers and practitioners apply them. For example, modeling might be done live, in role play, or through video-modeling. Feedback might be given immediately or delayed, graphically or verbally, or in combinations.
Regular Behavioral skills training teaches what behaviors to engage in different circumstances through presentations and lectures, however they fall short without the proper experience, practice and correlation in real-time.
Integrating behavioral psychology, social emotional learning with experiential learning cycle to deliver training through a well-researched performance and competency-based means of training on required behavioral skills to individuals, groups, managers and leaders.
During the training, participants get various opportunities to practice various interpersonal and behavioral skills within the program so that they can comprehend and become confident with the desired behavioral skills.