A viable approach to increasing accessibility to parent-training services is to leverage videoconference software with virtual-private networks to deliver training over the internet (e.g., Fisher et al., 2014; Fisher et al., in preparation; Suess et al., 2014; Wacker et al., 2013). Fisher et al. (2014) showed that a comprehensive virtual-training program, which included e-learning modules, quizzes, and role-plays with feedback, was effective in teaching adults to implement a variety of behavior-change procedures compared to a control group. Fisher et al. (in preparation) recently extended the technology-enhanced training curriculum to parents.