• INFW 001: BCBA Accelerated Independent Fieldwork: Four Course Series

    Enrollment is now open to students who have registered or are in enrolled in the BCBA® Fourth Edition Task List 6 Course Sequence and are looking to meet the experience requirements required by the BACB® to be eligible to sit for the BCBA® examination.
    This Accelerated Independent Fieldwork 4 (four) Course Series allows a student to gain all of the required experience requirements in a 12 month period.

    This Accelerated Independent Fieldwork 4 course sequence will provide the student with the 75 hours of supervision for the 1500 hours which is at a maximum of 30 hours of applied work per week.

  • BCBA (all six required courses)

    This BCBA Series option allows you to pay the tuition for all six BCBA courses and save.

    1. EDNU9060: BCBA 1 - Principles and Characteristics of Behavior
    2. EDNU9061: BCBA 2 - Behavioral Assessment, Implementation, Management and Supervision
    3. EDNU9062: BCBA 3 - Experimental Evaluation, Intervention and Behavior Change Considerations
    4. EDNU9063: BCBA 4 - Behavior Change Procedures and Systems Support
    5. EDNU9064: BCBA 5 - Advanced Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis and Ethics
    6. EDNU9065: BCBA 6 - Ethics and Professional Conduct For Behavior Analysts

  • BCBA Full Course Study Package

    The BCBA Series option allows you to pay the tuition for all six BCBA courses. We are committed to making the BCBA Series as accessible as possible, so we have created a solution that gives you access to the technology, required texts and the coursework in one affordable package. A onetime tuition of $5900 will get you:

  • Access to all six individual BCBA courses
  • Free access to our Exam Preparation materials once coursework and exercises are complete
  • A free touch screen Acer 11.6" Aspire Windows 8 Laptop (or similar) delivered directly to you.
  • All main required text books delivered directly to you
  • ABA001: ABA Fundamentals Program

    Training hours: 30.0

    This program is equivalent to 30 contact hours. This program meets 30 of the 45 required coursework hours for the ABA Technician Credential coursework requirements and will prepare candidates with a strong basic foundation in the basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis within the context of Autism treatment. This course is intended for workforce development to address an immediate broad service need. This course provides the foundation for the next steps in advanced education and training in ABA and Autism.

  • EDNU9071: Behavior Technician-Level One

    Training hours: 45.0

    This program will prepare candidates with a strong basic foundation in the basic concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis within the context of Autism treatment and Person Centered approaches. This course is intended for workforce development to address an immediate broad service need. This course provides the foundation for the next steps in advanced education and training in ABA and Autism.

    This program meets the requirements for: 

    • ABA Technician (ABAT) Credential
    • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
    • Virginia ABA Technician

    This certificate program has met the preliminary requirements for accreditation under ANSI/ASTM E2659-09: ANSI Accreditation 

    This course is approved for 3 professional development university credits through Brandman University.

  • EDNU9072: Behavior Technician-Level Two

    Training hours: 135.0

    This program meets 135 of the required 180 hours of coursework in order to be eligible to sit for the QASP credential examination. Please refer to the QABA website for QASP examination eligibility requirements.

    Participants will learn about and understand Autism Spectrum Disorders and applied behavior analysis and will earn a certificate of completion for the Behavior Technician Level 2 program. This is for those professionals and paraprofessionals who currently provide or want to provide behavioral health treatment and professional services. The program covers applied behavior analysis and other evidenced-based behavior intervention programs, which develop or restore, to the maximum extent practicable, the functioning of an individual with pervasive developmental disorder or autism. Participants will learn to develop and implement treatment plans that utilize evidenced-based practices that have demonstrated clinical efficacy in treating pervasive developmental disorder or autism.

  • AUT006: Educational Requirements in the Classroom for People with Autism

    Training hours: 45.0

    This course is designed for those individuals who are providing support and treatment to students diagnosed with Autism. The content provides an introduction to Autism as a Spectrum Disorder. This course will also provide guidance of positive behavioral supports aimed at helping students diagnosed with Autism develop in both the classroom and their wider community. This course provides a detailed overview of the educational requirements related to children and students diagnosed with Autism. Course content introduces the IDEA act and its requirements as well as a comprehensive overview of how to run an effective IEP process and implement effective Positive Behavior Supports.

  • ABA002: ABA Associates Program

    Training hours: 120.0

    This program is equivalent to 120 contact hours and was previously titled as the "Qualified Autism Services Practitioner (QASP)" program. This coursework meets partial requirements for the QASP Credential coursework. Additional 60 hours of coursework are required including 3 hours of Ethics. Participants will learn about and understand Autism Spectrum Disorders and applied behavior analysis and will earn a certificate of completion for the ABA Associates program from the College of Applied Human Services.

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