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$299

If you or your staff members need to become Applied Behavior Analysis Technician's® (ABATs®), then our training will prepare you or your team for the exam with this cutting-edge training package. This online training lets participants learn on a flexible time frame, while allowing BCBA trainers to spend more time with clients in the field and less time in the office.  

$299

If you or your staff members need to become Board Certified Autism Technicians (BCATs), then our training will prepare you or your team for the exam with this cutting-edge training package. This online training lets participants learn on a flexible time frame, while allowing BCBA trainers to spend more time with clients in the field and less time in the office. 

$299

If you or your staff members need to become Registered Behavior Technicians™ (RBTs®), then our training will prepare you or your team for the exam with this cutting-edge training package. This online training lets participants learn on a flexible time frame, while allowing BCBA trainers to spend more time with clients in the field and less time in the office. It also includes training on the newly released RBT Ethics Code from December 2018!

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$49

This training includes additional material for the Applied Behavior Analysis Technician® (ABAT®) Credential Competencies, which are not included in typical online RBT® training programs. The additional training units will cover topics on autism, pivotal response treatment, visual supports, positive behavior supports, person-centered planning, as well as the philosophy, values, and advocacy regarding developmental disability support services.

$29

If you wish that you knew how to prevent your child's problem behaviors from occurring before they even happen, then this training is for you! Learn a variety of ways to set your child up for success before presenting a non-preferred task. Some methods this training covers are the effective use of: choices, priming, warnings, visual schedules, building momentum, and many more!

$49

Get a basic understanding of what applied behavior analysis, or ABA, actually is with this introductory training unit. Learn how ABA differs from experimental analysis of behavior. Also, gain an understanding of the three components, represented by A.B.C., which describe how we all learn. You will also get so to see some real world examples of how ABA works with both adults and children.

$299

If you or your staff members need to become Applied Behavior Analysis Technician's® (ABATs®), then our training will prepare you or your team for the exam with this cutting-edge training package. This online training lets participants learn on a flexible time frame, while allowing BCBA trainers to spend more time with clients in the field and less time in the office.  

$19

Part of a client’s ABA program includes initial and ongoing assessments to determine the client’s level of functioning and progress toward goals. Behavior supervisors conduct these assessments; however, behavior technicians may be called upon to assist the supervisor with these assessments. In this training, you will learn about your role in assisting with assessments, which will enhance your skills as a behavior technician. 

$49

Do you have a non-verbal client who needs a way to communicate? This training goes over different methods of communication, such as sign language, picture exchange, and electronic devices. You will also learn in detail how to implement picture exchange to help your client make requests and comments, as well as learn to wait and ask for a break.

$19

You've probably been hearing more about autism now that it occurs in 1 out of 59 children, according to the CDC in 2014. By taking this training, you will learn about the characteristics of autism, shown with actual video footage! You will also learn about possible causes and risk factors, as well as the history of the diagnosis. Finally, this training will describe the established and unestablished treatments for autism based on the research.

$19

This training includes additional information for the Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT) Certification Competencies, which is not included in typical online RBT® training programs. The additional training units cover the following topics: how to become a BCAT, how to maintain your BCAT certification, what is autism, and how to teach clients appropriate skills, with regard to interventions, curriculum, and modifications.

$19

Working in settings such as a client's home, school, or even in a clinic setting can result in exposure to various bloodborne pathogens. So, reducing the likelihood of exposure and knowing what to do if you are exposed to bloodborne pathogens is critical to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment for your staff and clients. This training may be required by employers to meet regulatory guidelines.

$299

If you or your staff members need to become Board Certified Autism Technicians (BCATs), then our training will prepare you or your team for the exam with this cutting-edge training package. This online training lets participants learn on a flexible time frame, while allowing BCBA trainers to spend more time with clients in the field and less time in the office. 

$19

There are many detrimental effects of child abuse and neglect. Children who are exposed to violence, such as child abuse, are at greater risk for depression, PTSD, alcohol/drug abuse and lower academic achievement. Children with disabilities are estimated to be abused at 4 to 10 times the rate than those without a disability. It's important that individuals who work with clients with special needs are aware of the definitions and signs of abuse. 

$49

Data collection is a critical part of conducting effective behavior intervention for clients with autism spectrum disorder. First, by collecting data, you will be able to track if a client is making progress. You will also be able to use this data to make day-to-day decisions on how to move forward with a client’s lesson. Through data collection, you can be confident that your client is learning at an appropriate pace!

$49

Do you know which intervention you should use to reduce your child's problem behaviors? This information is listed by the supervisor in the behavior intervention plan (BIP), which you will learn about in this training. The BIP also describes the type of data collection method you should use to track each problem behavior. Make sure you know how to use these data collection methods and graphs so that you can see your client's success!

$39

When faced with problem behaviors from clients, you likely want to reduce those behaviors using positive interventions as opposed to punishment. This training shows you how to use rewards to teach and improve appropriate behaviors while also reducing problem behaviors. For instance, rewarding a child for saying, "Excuse me," while not rewarding the child for hitting will help the child learn appropriate ways to get attention.

$99

In order to effectively engage with individuals with autism, it is critical to learn how to perform discrete trial teaching, or DTT! This effective, ABA method involves breaking down skills into small units of instruction so that the child can be rewarded for correct responding. In this training you will learn how to use DTT as part of a comprehensive ABA program to teach many types of new behaviors and skills.

$69

Usually discrimination is not something that is encouraged. However, when teaching clients with autism and other special needs, we often need to teach them how to tell the difference between vocabulary words, which is referred to as discrimination training. For example, in this training, you will learn how to teach clients to tell the difference between a cat and a dog or a fork and a spoon as they learn to understand and use language.

$9

Individuals with developmental disabilities, such as autism, are at high risk to become victims of violence. Therefore, behavior technicians should be aware of any potential signs of trauma shown by their clients. In this way, they can be prepared to either report known or suspected abuse or to provide support and resources to the victim in consultation with their supervisor. 

$19

If the problem behaviors of a client escalate into crisis behaviors, then safety of all involved is the top priority. In a crisis, you may not be able to follow the general behavior intervention plan, but instead, you may need to switch to the emergency intervention plan until the crisis has deescalated. In this unit, we will go over the stages of behavioral escalation and how you can respond at each level in order to effectively manage a crisis.

$49

Did you realize that the BACB® just released the NEW RBT® Ethics Code in December 2018, which went into effect immediately? If you or your staff need training in the topics from the updated RBT Ethics Code, then this training is right for you! Note: In order to meet the hours requirement, the Ethics & Compliance Training Package is needed, which includes this training, as well as related ethical topics, such as HIPAA, Harassment, Fraud, etc.

$99

If you need to keep your employees or staff up-to-date on their annual trainings, such as in Child Abuse & Neglect, Harassment Prevention, Safety, HIPAA and more, then this online training and tracking system is here to help! Using this online training, you can train your staff at flexible times and not take valuable time away from supervisors, who need to see clients! Supervisors can also view staff progress and print their certificates.

$19

Take the first step to reduce your child's problem behaviors by learning about the behavior principle of extinction. The gist of extinction is to not reward a child following problem behavior, such as to not let a child watch TV after s/he tantrums. In this training you can learn how to apply this principle to multiple situations, such as when a child wants attention or to get out of a task. 

$19

Understanding the flow of an ABA treatment session will help you to put all that you have learned together into a useful sequence during a treatment session. In this training, you can learn how to blend all the steps together, including how to successfully transition a client from play time to a learning activity (which can be a challenge)!

$19

The federal Government and many states have enacted laws that require that bills submitted to the Government are accurate and not fraudulent. It is important to understand the laws about fraud, waste, and abuse in order to avoid potential penalties associated with submitting false claims to the Government. This training may be required by employers to meet regulatory or legal requirements.

$39

Individuals with autism may often have many problem behaviors, such as tantrums, aggression, self-injury, running away from adults, non-compliance, and more. It is important to learn how to assist with conducting a functional behavior assessment (FBA) in order to figure out why problem behaviors are happening and to help the ABA team to pick the appropriate interventions to reduce problem behaviors!

$19

If a client can only demonstrate a new skill at a table, in a small room, with no distractions, with one technician - then we cannot be confident that the client is fully benefiting from using the new skill. You may have wondered how you can help a client to use a new skill in the natural setting. This is called generalization and you can learn methods to help clients to generalize newly learned skills to natural situations in this training.

$19

Behavior Technicians deliver services in a variety of settings where they may be exposed to various chemicals or hazardous materials. Some examples of hazardous items may include common household items, air fresheners, or appliances that use natural gas. Also, some materials in the workplace are known to cause cancer and reproductive harm. However, with proper training, you can enhance your personal safety and that of your client. 

$29

Technicians are exposed to clients’ personal information when working with clients in their homes, schools, community, and clinic settings, and some of this information is protected by laws and ethics. It is important to understand what information is protected and how to ensure that information is kept confidential. Through this training, you should gain an in-depth understanding of HIPAA laws and regulations as it applies to ABA treatment. 

$19

As you likely know, data collection is an integral part of ABA programs for individuals with special needs. Before you take data, it is helpful to understand the features of behavior that can be measured, as well as the procedures for measuring behavior. In this training, you will also learn how to determine if measurement is trustworthy, These concepts are fundamental for behavior technicians and for future behavior analysts!

$29

The client’s motivation plays a large part in learning new skills. If a client is motivated, he or she may try hard to complete the learning tasks in order to get the reward offered. However, if the client is not motivated, he or she may have problem behaviors, such as tantrums, to avoid the learning task. In this training, you will learn how to consider and address the client’s motivation before you present the task. 

$49

If you have been looking for ways to make learning more fun and less formal for your child, then this NATS training is for you! The training will show you how to capture your child's motivation to teach your child new skills in the natural setting, such as during your normal daily routine around the home and community. Skillful use of NATS will help you to create and find fun and interesting learning activities for your child throughout each day!

$49

Part of a successful ABA program includes parent support and training. In general, technicians should strive to establish and maintain a positive relationship with the client's parent or caregiver, which allows for ease of parent training. The client's parents and caregivers are a central part of the treatment team and their effective involvement will result in the client ultimately making more progress!

$39

What exactly is a pivotal behavior? Well, in this training, you will learn that when a client learns a pivotal behavior, this will help him/her to learn and generalize many other skills that were never taught. Pivotal behaviors include: motivation, self-initiations, responding to multiple cues, and self-management. This training explains how to use PRT procedures to teach a variety of skills to young children through elementary aged children.

$19

Positive behavior supports, or PBS, emerged from ABA and they share many common features and interventions. However, this training highlights some of the differences that are emphasized by PBS, which are primarily related to the responsibilities of the ABA supervisor. Overall, this training is designed to broaden technician's general understanding of available behavior management approaches.

$19

You may want to reward your child for good behavior but you just don't know what s/he likes or wants. In this case, you need to learn how to assess your child's preferences. In this training, we show you various ways to figure out what your child likes and is motivated to "work" for. In addition, you will learn when the right time is to assess preferences, which is in-between learning opportunities during the inter-trial interval.

$19

Behavior technicians are part of a professional community in which professional conduct is expected. You will want to learn the types of professional behaviors that you should be demonstrating, including how to communicate effectively with your supervisor and how to respond appropriately to feedback. This training also covers a variety of workplace policies, which are important to follow as a professional.

$59

How do you reward a child for performing a new skill if the child does not know how to do it? Well, we need to teach the child how to do that new skill through the use of prompting, meaning assisting the child to get the correct answer. However, once you help a child to do a new skill, it is important to fade out your assistance, so that the child can perform independently. We will show you how to reward independent performance, too! 

$39

The concept of "punishment" may be a sensitive topic but it is one that every behavior technician should understand. Punishment does have potential negative side-effects, which is why it should only be used under the supervision of a BCBA(R). However, well-rounded behavior technicians should understand the behavior principle of punishment, as well as how to effectively use punishment techniques, such as time-out, fines, and blocking. 

$29

Data collection should occur throughout the treatment session in order to provide the ABA team with critical information on the client’s progress. There are many forms that you can use to take data on adaptive skills, which we will discuss in this training. Understanding and practicing using these forms will help you to take data quickly and easily, while at the same time teaching your client new skills!

$299

If you or your staff members need to become Registered Behavior Technicians™ (RBTs®), then our training will prepare you or your team for the exam with this cutting-edge training package. This online training lets participants learn on a flexible time frame, while allowing BCBA trainers to spend more time with clients in the field and less time in the office. It also includes training on the newly released RBT Ethics Code from December 2018!

$49

You may have heard the saying, "Safety first," which is true of ABA treatment programs for clients with special needs. This training describes how technicians can prevent illness and injury on the job, as well as how they should respond in a variety of emergency situations, such as fires, earthquakes, floods, or active shooters. You will also learn what to do if you or a client is injured and how to document special incidents appropriately. 

$39

So you understand the basic principle of reinforcement - but how else can it be used to change behavior for the better? In this training, you can learn to use rewards using token charts, as well as on schedules, and within if/then situations. These skills will expand your ability to use rewards to teach new skills to individuals with autism and other special needs.

$79

Oftentimes clients need to learn complicated skills. You can effectively teach clients complex skills by using the methods of shaping and chaining, which are described in this training. Then, instead of frustrating your clients by asking them to perform multi-step skills (such as brushing teeth or tying shoes), you will be able to break down these skills and reward clients for partial progress while they build-up to performing the final skill.

$19

Did you know that Tuberculosis (TB) is a contagious disease that can be transmitted when an infected individual talks or coughs? When working in close proximity to other clients and coworkers in a clinical setting, it is important for you to be able to recognize the signs of TB in yourself and others. This training will provide you with the basics to understand TB prevention and treatment in order to promote a safe working environment for all!

$29

This training unit explains how to use a variety of ABA interventions to teach clients new skills in multiple areas, such as: language, play, social, cognitive, motor, etc. Also, if your client is having difficulty learning specific skills, this training goes over how to modify curriculum, including how to use visual supports, to help your client to make progress.

$99

Communication is a major deficit for individuals with autism and other disabilities. In this package, you will learn how to each clients to communicate using speech, signs, pictures, and electronic devices. The first training explains why people communicate, as well as how to change the environment to teach and control different uses of language. The second training outlines how to teach non-verbal individuals how to express themselves!

$19

Children with autism may have difficulty engaging in age-appropriate play. Teaching play is part of a comprehensive ABA program and increasing play skills can help to increase social interactions with peers.   

$59

In order to use discrete trial teaching, or DTT, you will first need to understand the components of the discrete trial. These 3 parts correspond to the A-B-C's of behavior and you can use them to teach clients new skills both in structured and natural situations. Here's an example: A) give an instruction, such as, "Come here," B) child responds appropriately and comes to you, and C) you reward the child with praise and high five!

$29

Since individuals with autism typically have one or more problems with communication, teaching language to clients with autism is a critical component to their success. Within the field of ABA, language skills are referred to as “verbal behavior.” This conceptual framework, initially put forth by B.F. Skinner in his 1957 book titled “Verbal Behavior,” is a useful guide to teaching clients with autism to use language for a variety of functions.

$29

With the rise of the #metoo movement, it is more important that ever for employees to understand the types of behaviors that are appropriate and inappropriate in a workplace setting. Specifically, employees need to know what the legal definitions of harassment and discrimination are and how they can treat others respectfully in the workplace. This training is required by employers to meet various laws and regulations.