• BCAT Training Course

    This self paced, online course meets the BCAT Task List

  • EDNU9071: Behavior Technician-Level One V1752

    Training hours: 45.0

    This program will prepare candidates with a strong basic foundation in the basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis within the context of Autism treatment and Person Centered approaches. This course is intended for workforce development to address an immediate broad service need. This course provides the foundation for the next steps in advanced education and training in ABA and Autism.

  • RBT001: Registered Behavior Technician Training v919111

    Training hours: 40.0

    This program will prepare candidates with a strong basic foundation in the basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis within the context of Autism treatment and Person Centered approaches. This course is intended for workforce development to address an immediate broad service need. This course provides the foundation for the next steps in advanced education and training in ABA and Autism and supporting students with challenging behaviors.

  • Pre-Approved ABAT Coursework

    Training hours: 40.0

    The purpose of this course is to meet the ABAT 40 hour coursework requirements and all of the QABA competencies outlined in the standards. These competencies include Autism, Applied Behavior Analysis, Positive Behavior Supports, Person Centered Planning Concepts, and Autism Specific Strategies and Interventions. This coursework also includes 3 hours of Ethics that a Behavior Technician must know and demonstrate competency. All lessons are competency tested through out online format.

  • ASP001: Pre-Approved QASP Coursework

    Training hours: 188.0

    The Autism Services Practitioner Certificate Program is pre-approved by the QABA Credentialing Board for meeting the 188 hours of Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism coursework and meets the QASP training requirements. This program is approved for 12 graduate professional development credits from Brandman University. This certificate program includes the required supervision training to earn the QASP-S endorsement upon successful completion of the QASP examination. This Certificate Program includes 45 hours of Ethics and Ethical issues related to providing ABA Treatment to individuals diagnosed Autism and related disorders. This certificate program also meets the Behavior Management Assistant (BMA) requirements for California Regional Centers for 188 hours of graduate ABA coursework.

  • TL5110 BCBA Accelerated Independent Fieldwork: Session 1 of 6

    Enrollment is now open to students who have registered or are enrolled in the BCBA® Task List 5, which is a 7 Course Sequence and are looking to meet the experience requirements required by the BACB® to be eligible to sit for the BCBA® examination. This Independent Fieldwork Six Course Series allows a student to gain all of the required experience requirements in a 16 month period. This course is one of six in the series.

  • TL5120 BCBA Accelerated Independent Fieldwork: Session 2 of 6

    Enrollment is now open to students who have registered or are enrolled in the BCBA® Task List 5, which is a 7 Course Sequence and are looking to meet the experience requirements required by the BACB® to be eligible to sit for the BCBA® examination. This Independent Fieldwork Six Course Series allows a student to gain all of the required experience requirements in a 16 month period. This course is two of six in the series.

  • TL5130 BCBA Accelerated Independent Fieldwork: Session 3 of 6

    Enrollment is now open to students who have registered or are enrolled in the BCBA® Task List 5, which is a 7 Course Sequence and are looking to meet the experience requirements required by the BACB® to be eligible to sit for the BCBA® examination. This Independent Fieldwork Six Course Series allows a student to gain all of the required experience requirements in a 16 month period. This course is three of six in the series.

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