Full course description
RBT® Essentials 2nd Edition includes all tasks from the Registered Behavior Technician™ Task List (2nd Ed.)© including the RBT Ethics Code©, and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for RBT certification. The program is offered independent of the BACB™. It provides video lectures, demonstrations and student responding exercises to facilitate learning. Also included is the opportunity to practice skills specified on the RBT Task List (2nd Ed.).
Students have 180 days from the date of registration to complete the course. Students may not complete the training in fewer than five days. These restrictions are set by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board®.
The student registered for the course may request to drop the course as long as it is within 30 days of registration and they have not completed anything beyond Module 2. To officially drop the course and receive a refund please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and submit the drop survey. The completed drop survey must be received within this time period to be dropped from the course and to receive a refund. The refund is returned to the credit card that was used to pay for the training.
- Courses less than $100: $25
- Courses greater than $100, but less than $300: $50
Please be very careful when creating your profile on the shopping cart. Once created, a shopping cart profile cannot be edited by either the student or the staff of Continuing Education. If information is entered incorrectly, a new account will have to be created.
Company Rewards Program
For more information on how a company can earn free seats and special discounts, please email email@example.com and ask for information on the RBT Rewards program.
Also, if you are a company that is registering staff and would like information on their progress and completion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request information on FERPA and the form the student will need to sign allowing Florida Tech to release information on the course progress and completion. This is a federal law called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act which requires the student's signature to release information.