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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
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This course is designed specifically to meet the 40-hour training requirement to become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT). An RBT is a paraprofessional who practices under the supervision of a BCBA or BCaBA. The RBT’s primary responsibility is the direct implementation of treatment plans developed by the supervisor. To learn more, visit our RBT information page.
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.
Direct Staff - Training for secondary-level staff members who may possess a Bachelor's degree or entry-level employees who provide daily or ongoing one-to-one services. These programs are directed at staff who work daily or weekly with a child, either in the home or community. The suggested level of ABA experience ranges from introductory to moderate.
Educator - Training for teachers or teacher’s aides who work with students in a school or classroom setting. Trainings are modified to meet the needs of a classroom setting and tailored to accommodate the teacher/student capacity.
Parents/Family Member - Training for parents, siblings, grandparents, and/or respite workers. Lessons are geared toward working in the home or community and focus on the day-to-day relationship with a child. Topics may include skills targeted in the home, parent support, introduction to ABA, and behavior management.
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Practitioner - Advanced, higher-level training for Master’s level or supervisory staff professionals in the field of ABA responsible for treatment planning and overseeing client services. The level of ABA experience ranges from moderate to advanced. Lessons focus on curriculum development, staff training, and advanced ABA practices.
The holiday season can often be a challenging time. As schedules change, unstructured time increases, routines are disrupted and family visits begin, navigating day-to-day activities can become more difficult. IBT's Holiday Survival Kits are designed to help families manage these challenges successfully.
Holiday Tips for the Extended Family is the right choice for helping your in-laws, siblings and parents gain a better understanding of daily life with your child by learning how to interact more appropriately. Tricks and Strategies for Holiday Season Success provides a variety of straight-forward strategies to help you support your child through the season.
From Dr. Leo Kanner’s 1943 introduction of the term “Early Infantile Autism” to its current culture and rising prevalence, Autism Spectrum Disorder has changed drastically over the past 70 years. The purpose of this training is to educate teachers and related services providers on the history and culture of Autism to expand their understanding of this disorder that only 50 years ago was hypothesized as caused by lack of parental acceptance and affection. A detailed timeline of the history of Autism will provide a comprehensive overview to help educators realize the changes that have occurred and the importance of continued contributions to the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States.
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