*Twenty (20) hours of an Intro to Applied Behavior Analysis is a required pre-requite to take this course.
Registered Behavior Technicians work in home-care environments, in centers, or in schools providing one-on-one therapy and behavioral assistance to those diagnosed with autism, other developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders. They are responsible for implementing behavioral plans developed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts and collecting and charting
data on the progress and improvement in the abilities of the clients they work with.
*Each class will have a working lunch, so bring your lunch.
July 25 and 26, 2020
August 1 and 2, 2020