The Geneva Centre for Autism Online Registered Behaviour Technician Training Course meets the criteria set by the Behaviour Analysts Certification Board (BACB), for the 40-hour RBT training. Geneva Centre for Autism has made a special point of presenting the information in a way that is practical and relevant for educators and others who are supporting students in an educational setting.
The objective of this course is to provide training on a set of competencies and skills based on the RBT Task List.
1. The RBT Task List, provides an evidence-based set of internationally recognized standards of best practice for achieving behaviour in change in students with ASD and other diverse learning needs.
2. You will learn the same terminology, theory and practices used by consulting behaviour analysts, allowing for improved communication and collaboration amongst team members.
3. The skills you develop will allow you to also support students with other learning differences.
4. If you wish to pursue the RBT credential, this course meets the first required component of the process. Once you have successfully completed this course, you will be eligible to continue the credentialing process. To learn more about the full RBT credentialing process, and the other BACB credentials, please visit http://bacb.com.
So, whether you choose to pursue the RBT credential or not, there are many great reasons for you to be taking this course.