• ABA001: ABA Fundamentals Program

    Training hours: 30.0

    This program is equivalent to 30 contact hours. This program meets 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.

  • ABA003: ABA Fundamentals-Advanced

    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

  • 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 the requirements for the QASP Credential coursework. 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.

  • ABA004: ABA Associates Program-Advanced

    Training hours: 135.0

    This program is equivalent to 135 contact hours. This coursework meets the requirements for the QASP Credential coursework. 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-Advanced from the College of Applied Human Services.

  • BCBA 7: BCBA 3rd to 4th Task Edition Bridging Course

    Training hours: 15.0

    This course is an add-on to BCBA Course 2 (3rd Task Edition). The purpose of this add-on course is to provide students who took the 3rd Task Edition course with the additional information provided in the 4th Task Edition BCBA Course 2. This add-on course ensures that your coursework qualifies under BACB requirements for the certification exam in 2015 and beyond.

  • BCBA 1 (4th Task Edition) - Principles & Characteristics of Behavior

    Training hours: 45.0

    This is the first course of the BCBA 4th task Edition course sequence, offered by Brandman University, required for certification by the BACB as a BCBA. This course focuses on the basic concepts in the field of applied behavior analysis, preparing students for the application of behavioral principles in various settings.

  • BCBA 2 (4th Task Edition)-Behavioral Assessment, Implementation, Management and Supervision

    Training hours: 45.0

    BCBA (4th Task)-Behavioral Assessment, Implementation, Management and Supervision

  • BCBA 3 (4th Task Edition) - Experimental Evaluation, Intervention and Behavior Change Considerations

    Training hours: 45.0

    This is the third course of the BCBA Fourth Task Edition course sequence, offered by Brandman University, required for certification by the BACB as a BCBA. In this course, students learn about and be able to select appropriate experimental designs for the evaluation of interventions, including explaining the logic and benefits of single subject designs vs. group research design approaches.

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