Learn the skills necessary to become a BEHAVIOR TECHNICIAN!
A Behavior Technician works under the close supervision of a Behavior Analyst or Assistant Behavior Analyst to provide direct services to clients and implement treatment programs. Behavior Technicians are in high-demand across the United States, and completion of this training program will allow you to adopt in a fulfilling job in any state, without having to obtain a degree from a major university.
Train with Experienced Professionals
There is more than one way to learn, and this training combines the best of in-person and online learning tools to allow for thorough discussion and review of study materials.
Our current training sessions are offered by an experienced, doctoral-level BCBA with years of experience teaching at leading universities in behavioral science.
Real-world examples from 10+ years of working within the industry illustrate the content so learners can better associate concepts and recall important information that will allow them to be successful in their work.
Earn Statewide and National Recognition
This training is designed to ensure participants meet and exceed the standards for national and statewide certification as a registered behavior technician or behavior interventionist.
National Credential: Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)*
Upon completion of this training program and having met all of the necessary requirements (see below), participants will have the opportunity to sit for a nation-wide examination that will qualify them to become a Registered Behavior Technician.
Many states are now offering statewide licenses for Behavior Technicians. Upon enrolling in this training, discuss with us your desired future work location and we will work with you to determine the requirements for practice as indicated by that state licensing board, then tailor your training to meet those standards.
Eligibility and Prerequisites to Obtain the National or Statewide Credential
To become credentialed to provide services with individuals with autism and related disorders, all participants must be at least 18 years of age, possess a minimum of a high school diploma or national equivalent, complete 40 hours of training (this training will work!), pass a competency assessment and/or exam, and be able to pass a criminal background check.