RBT® Training FAQ
|Module||Topic||RBT® Task List and/or Professional & Ethical Code|
|1. Foundational Knowledge||1. Welcome to RBT®|
|2. Autism characteristics||BACB® RBT® guideline 1.01 reliance on scientific knowledge, 1.02 boundaries of competence, 1.03 maintaining competence through professional development, 2.01 accepting clients|
|3. Behavior Basics||D-02|
|4. Applying the ABCs||B-01, D-02|
|2. Discrete Trial Training and Data Collection||1. Creating Objective Session Notes||B-01, E-01, E-02, E-03|
|2. Data Collection||A-02, A-03, A-04, B-01, B-04|
|3. Discrete Trial Training||A-01, C-04, C-07|
|4. Data Entry and Graphing||A-05|
|5. Reading Skill Acquisition Plans||C-01, C-02|
|3. Prompting and Error Correction||1. Review and Expansion of Behavioral Principles||C-03, D-03, D-04, C-07|
|2. Prompting||C-04, C-08, C-09, C-10|
|3. Error Correction||C-04, C-05, C-08|
|4. Identifying Common Error Patterns||E-02, E-03|
|5. Antecedent Strategies to Promote Session Engagement||D-03|
|4. Expanded Reinforcement||1. Aspects of Reinforcement||C-03|
|2. Schedules of Reinforcement||C-03, D-03|
|3. Token Systems||C-03, D-03|
|4. Identifying Preferred Items||B-02|
|5. Beyond Discrete Trial||1. Naturalistic Intervention||C-03, C-05, C-10|
|2. Generalization and Maintenance||C-11|
|6. Reducing and Responding to Challenging Behavior||1. Behavior Reduction Procedures||D-03, D-04, D-05|
|2. Emergency Protocols||B-01, D-01, D-06, E-02|
|7. Promoting Independence||1. Visual Supports||C-06, C-08, C-10, C-11|
|2. Teaching Daily Living Skills||A-02, C-06, C-10, C-11, C-12|
|3. Verbal Behavior|
|4. Promoting Functional Communication|
|8. Ethics and Professional Conduct||1. Restraints and Aversive Interventions||E-04, E-05|
|2. Ethical Conduct for Behavior Interventionists||F-03, F-04, F-05, BACB® RBT® Guidelines 7.01, 7.02, 8.01, 10.01, 10.02, 10.03, 10.04, 10.05, 10.06
|3. Professional Guidelines||B-03, C-12, E-03, E-05, F-01, F-02, F-03, F-04, F-05. BACB® RBT® Guidelines 1.01-1.07, 2.02, 2.05, 2.06-2.08, 2.10, 2.11, 3.01, 4.10, 6.01, 6.02, 8.02, 8.03, 8.05, 8.06, 9.01, 9.09, 10.07
|4. Evidence Based Practice||BACB® RBT® guideline1.01 reliance on scientific knowledge, 1.02 boundaries of competence, 1.03 maintaining competence through professional development|
￼*Note. Professional guidelines and Ethical Conduct topics together cover all RBT® BACB® Professional and Ethical Compliance Codes*
This training is designed to cover all of the content on the BACB® RBT® task list. Primarily these topics consist of conceptual understanding of the principles and interventions of applied behavior analysis as well as evidence-based strategies for working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. This includes a variety of topics necessary to pursue a career as a behavior interventionist working with ASD or other developmental disabilities. This training is It is offered independent of the BACB®.
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board sets a limit of 180 days to complete the 40 hour RBT®™ training. Behavior University cannot offer extensions or exceptions to this rule.
If you are not able to complete your course within the 180 days, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about options available to you.
The RBT®™ Course comes with a Practice Test to help you prepare for the national RBT®™ exam by the BACB®. Our Practice Test has 85 questions covering the RBT®™ Task list. The Practice Test is untimed but displays a timer so you can track your progress and work towards the 90 minutes allotted for the BACB® exam.
The Practice Test becomes available to users upon completion of the 40 hour course.
Users may take the Practice Test twice. Results are displayed and compared upon completion.
Your access to the Practice Test does not expire. Once you complete the course, your RBT®™ Training Certificate will be available for download. You may use the Practice Test immediately or you can wait until you are closer to the time when you will take the national BACB® exam.