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Behavior Technician

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​Average Hourly Wage: $18.81
Annual Job Openings in California in 2024: Over 15,400

Course Requirements Icon in color.png​​​COURSE REQUIREMENTS​
​VMED 080 - Introduction to the Behavior Technician Program (24 Hrs)
VMED 081 - Behavior Technician Certification Training (24 Hrs)


Program​ Overview

The Behavior Technician Program prepares individuals for a certification exam and frontline work in the field of applied behavior analysis. This is an entry-level program designed to meet training national requirements for certification as a behavior technician. Classes in this certificate will cover defining behavior, teaching
methodologies based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), prompting, generalization and maintenance, data collection for skill acquisition, Functional Behavior Assessment, Antecedent and Consequence Interventions, measurement, community and social skills, ethics and professionalism. Students who complete the program will learn the skills required to sit for any of the three nationally accredited behavior technician exams, such as Applied Behavior Analysis Technician (ABAT), Board Certified Autism Technician
(BCAT), and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT).

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The Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis Credentialing Board (QABA®) is an internationally-accredited credentialing agency dedicated to ensuring the highest standard of care among professionals providing applied behavioral analysis (ABA) services for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities. For more information, please visit: