Users will develop a deeper understanding of ABA and the tasks likely to be performed by RBTs. Based on the same methodology as our very successful CBA Learning Module Series, the RBT 40-Hour Training course uses active responding to fluency to teach the tasks outlined in the BACB’s Registered Behavior Technician Task List and the RBT-relevant sections in the Professional & Ethical Compliance Code. This course covers the entire RBT Task List (http://bacb.com/rbt-task-list/), the ethics requirements that have been designated as being relevant for behavior technicians, and a brief overview of the BCBA and BCaBA credentials and how they relate to the role of the RBT.
NOTICE: This price for this course has been reduced due to the new Oct. 31st subscription end-date. Any licenses purchased on or after June 27th 2019 will expire on midnight of October 31st due to the BACB requiring training to be based on the v2 Task List afterwards. Take advantage of our special pricing before the new course goes into effect! If you are interested in RBT Readiness aligned with the new Task List, please get in touch and we can put you on our notification list. The new course is expected to be released soon! If you would like additional information regarding RBT training requirements, certification application deadlines, and other considerations, please visit www.BACB.com to learn more.
This course is comprised of a series of module sets: an acquisition module (to learn the material at a comfortable pace) and a fluency module (which provides the practice that results in responding accurately and without hesitation). The literature indicates that achievement of a fluent performance leads to maintenance and the ability to apply skills to novel situations. Many topics throughout this course are further taught through helpful videos, graphics, and sample behavior plans.
1. A minimum of 40 training hours
2. Three of the 40 hours must consist of Ethics training
3. Training activities must occur over a minimum of 5 days
For Organizations: Gratis Course Admin accounts can be provided upon request. With a Course Admin account, your learners and their data can be assigned to your account. You can view progress, identify weak areas, run reports, and even assign due dates to the learning modules! Our goal at BDS is to make it effective and convenient to manage your learner’s progress. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in the Course Admin account. Bulk purchases can be made via this product page. Upon receipt of a bulk license purchase, we will get in touch with you to obtain a list of your learners and we will get them setup with accounts. Please get in touch with us if you purchase a single license. email@example.com
Contact BDS to activate license after purchase: firstname.lastname@example.org Access the program on our learning platform, fluency.behaviordevelopmentsolutions.com and log in with the username and password you created when you made your purchase. (If you are purchasing on behalf of one or more RBT candidates, please contact BDS to discuss learner lists, activation times, etc.)
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Disclaimer: This training program is based on the Registered Behavior Technician Task List and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for the RBT credential. The program is offered independent of the BACB. Training must be completed within a 180-day period. RBT® & Registered Behavior Technician™ are trademarks of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
|This course is:
- a series of learning exercises
- a teaching tool
- a review tool
- active & engaging
|This course is not:
- a practice test
- a memorization task
|Our favorite features:
- hints for each and every learning module question
- a personal study scheduler
- immediate corrective feedback and rationale for incorrect answers
- flowcharts and graphics representing concepts and procedures
- videos describing and demonstrating concepts and procedures