Because you’re seeking a recognised ABA qualification, or eager to continue developing your career in ABA. And the ABA career pathway begins right here at ABIA through access to the Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) course.
As an RBT you’ll work as a para-professional, implementing behaviour-analytic services and curriculums under the guidance and supervision of a lead clinician. Each team is headed by either a Board-Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA). These high-level clinicians develop tailored interventions and assessments that support the development of children with autism. This allows you, the RBT, to focus on delivering positive, engaging, connective ABA therapy sessions with children in your care. Thanks to NDIS funding and an improved understanding of behaviour analysis, RBTs are now in high demand in Australia. If you’re looking for a fulfilling role with plentiful work, than RBT is the credential you need.
As a credentialed and experienced Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) you may be eager to contribute to the sector or take you own professional development to the next level. Our online BCBA Supervision Training program offers this opportunity by preparing you to deliver clinical supervision. This will see you supporting individuals who’ve gained their Master’s degree in behaviour analytics, and want to become a BCBA. These fresh-off-the-press analysts need 1,500 hours clinical work (75 of which must be supervised) to obtain their BCBA credential. If you’re a career BCBA, we can’t imagine a more rewarding opportunity!
All credentialed training offered by ABIA is delivered online. Scroll down to read more.