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.
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ABA001: ABA Fundamentals Program V17718
Training hours: 30.0
This program is equivalent to 30 contact hours. This program meets 30 of the 45 required coursework hours for the ABA Technician Credential coursework requirements and will prepare candidates with a strong basic foundation in the basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis within the context of Autism treatment. 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.
AUT006: Educational Requirements in the Classroom for People with Autism
Training hours: 45.0
This course is designed for those individuals who are providing support and treatment to students diagnosed with Autism. The content provides an introduction to Autism as a Spectrum Disorder. This course will also provide guidance of positive behavioral supports aimed at helping students diagnosed with Autism develop in both the classroom and their wider community. This course provides a detailed overview of the educational requirements related to children and students diagnosed with Autism. Course content introduces the IDEA act and its requirements as well as a comprehensive overview of how to run an effective IEP process and implement effective Positive Behavior Supports.
ABA002: ABA Associates Program
Training hours: 120.0
This program is equivalent to 120 contact hours and was previously titled as the "Qualified Autism Services Practitioner (QASP)" program. This coursework meets partial requirements for the QASP Credential coursework. Additional 60 hours of coursework are required including 3 hours of Ethics. Participants will learn about and understand Autism Spectrum Disorders and applied behavior analysis and will earn a certificate of completion for the ABA Associates program from the College of Applied Human Services.
PRT005: Advanced Pivotal Response Treatment
Training hours: 5.0
This course is designed to expand upon the skills of interventionists already familiar with Pivotal Response Treatment. Specific Pivotal Response Treatments are reviewed that focus on teaching joint attention and play skills, as well as expanding self initiations in children with autism such as learning to ask questions (e.g., what, where, and who) and making requests to participate with their peers (e.g., cooperative arrangements).
APB001: Addressing Problem Behaviors in Schools
Training hours: 33.5
This course focuses on Functional Behavior Assessment, and contains an introduction to Functional Behavioral Assessments. It focuses on the requirements specified in the 1997 Amendments to the IDEA that pertain to Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs) and positive behavioral intervention plans and supports as they relate to the responsibilities of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) team and to the IEP itself.
BAC001: Applied Behavior Analysis: Concepts 1
Training hours: 3.0
As a result of completion of this short course, you will be able to identify the key points of Behaviorism and where the causes of behavior are often found. You will also be able to identify what Applied Behavior Analysis often changes to affect future behavior.