Full course description
***This course contains the same content as BEHP1172. You will not be issued a certificate if you have taken BEHP1172.***
Time: 4 hours, 1 minute
Credit: 4.5 Learning CEs which can be used for ethics
- Thomas Freeman, M.S., BCBA,
- Jose Martinez-Diaz, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Course Description: Highlights new BACB ethics code elements, changes in wording and items omitted in the move from the previous Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts and Professional Disciplinary and Ethical Standards to the new Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts provided by the BACB. Includes highlights of the changes from previous guidelines to the compliance code and practical uses as well as possible implications of these changes. Each of the code elements is examined and real life examples are provided for application. An emphasis is placed on new compliance code element 10.
- Describe the development of the new Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts as an evolution from the existing Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts and Professional Disciplinary and Ethical Standards.
- Provide a broad comparison between a list of the guidelines and the major compliance code elements.
- List the five general types of differences between the guidelines and the compliance code in in terms of wording or content.
- Describe some additional differences between Guideline 1.0 Responsible Conduct of a Behavior Analyst and Code Element 1.0 Responsible Conduct of Behavior Analysts.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 2.0 The Behavior Analyst’s Responsibility to Clients and Code Element 2.0 Behavior Analysts’ Responsibility to Clients.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 3.0 Assessing Behavior and Code Element 3.0 Assessing Behavior.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 4.0 The Behavior Analyst and the Individual Behavior Change Program and Code 4.0 Behavior Analysts and the Behavior-Change Program.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 5.0 The Behavior Analyst as Teacher and/or Supervisor and Code 5.0 Behavior Analysts as Supervisors.
- Describe the elimination of Guideline 6.0: The Behavior Analyst and the Workplace and any of its elements that are now addressed by the compliance code.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 7.0 The Behavior Analyst’s Ethical Responsibility to the Field of Behavior Analysis and Code 6.0 Behavior Analysts’ Ethical Responsibility to the Profession of Behavior Analysis.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 8.0 The Behavior Analyst’s Ethical Responsibility to Colleagues and Code 7.0 Behavior Analysts’ Ethical Responsibility to Colleagues.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 9.0 The Behavior Analyst’s Ethical Responsibility to Society and Code 8.0 Public Statements.
- Describe some of the differences between Guideline 10.0 The Behavior Analyst and Research and Code 9.0 Behavior Analysts and Research.
- Describe some of the differences between the guidelines and the Professional Disciplinary and Ethical Standardsversus Code 10.0 Behavior Analysts’ Ethical Responsibility to the BACB.
- Code elements 10.0 through 10.07.
- Describe and provide examples
- Given a situation, determine if the code element is being violated.
- Given a situation, choose an appropriate course of action.
Keywords: Ethics, compliance, code, standards, BACB, guidelines, ethical practice, professionalism
Rating: This course is recommended for BCBAs and BCaBAs, particularly those who were certified under previous ethical guidelines. This course is eligible for ethics CE credit. Designed for those practicing in the field of behavior analysis to maintain a professional and ethical practice.
This course is eligible for BACB ethics CEs.
Access: 2 weeks
Note: The two weeks' access begins at the time of purchase, not the time of log in; purchasing multiple course subscriptions will not extend your access.
Effective July 23, 2018, each ABA type-2 on-demand CE course may be extended a maximum of three times within six months of the original course purchase. After six months from the original date of purchase, the course will need to be purchased again.
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Important note: If you are taking this course to maintain your BACB certification, you will need to add your certification number to your certificate of completion, as the BACB requires that your certificate of completion includes your certification number.
No refunds are provided once the course is accessed.
These workshops are presented in partnership between the Florida Tech ABA Online program and ABA Technologies, Inc. ABA Technologies, Inc., is a BACB-approved provider of type-2 continuing education hours (provider number: OP-02-0023).