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40-Hour Registered Behavior Technician Training (RBT)

Tarzana, CA

This course is not eligible for CEUs

Course Work - $500

Course Work + Competencies - $750

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  • This 40-hour training course follows the BACB task lists.

  • Upon completion of this training, learners will have met the requirements necessary to take the Behavior Analyst Certification Board RBT examination.

  • This course provides a combination of live lecture, video examples and role-play activities as well as practice exams.

Course Outline

Research shows that caregiver involvement and carry-over of strategies used in therapy sessions enhances overall child outcome. However many practitioners struggle with coaching parents/caregivers how to play.

  • 8:50AM Sign In

  • 9:00-1:50 Presentation, Group Discussion, Practice Activities

  • 1:50-2:00 Questions, Wrap up & Sign Out

Course Objectives
  1. Describe why children have delays in play

  2. Describe why play is important

  3. Identify barriers that may impact a parent/caregiver's play with their child

  4. Establish appropriate play-based therapy goals

  5. Demonstrate appropriate play, engagement and language strategies to teach to parents/caregivers

Speaker Profile

All course presenter's are Board Certified Behavior Analysts through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and have been providing case supervision for at least 5 years. Each presenter has extensive knowledge in the areas of applied behavior analysis as well as experience with staff and caregiver training.

Speaker Disclosures

Financial — All course presenters are paid employees of McRory Pediatric Services, Inc.

Intended Audience

This course is an entry-level course for individuals that are at least 18-years old and who poses a high-school diploma who are interested in pursuing registration through the BACB as a Behavior Technician.

Course Requirements, Policies & Procedures

Individuals that are interested in becoming a Registered Behavior Technician must complete 40 hours of instructional training, complete a criminal background check, pass the RBT Competency Assessments and pass the RBT exam. Completion of the 40 hours of instructional training is required prior to passing the Competency Assessment.

Course Completion Requirements

After participating in the course in its entirety, you will be required to complete your Competency Assessment which requires independent demonstration of the task item (complted and signed by BCBA).  and paying the course fee, you may receive a course certificate of completion (after class). You may also request that a copy be sent to you via e-mail or mail. If your score is less than the passing score of 80%, you may re-take the test once more. Uplaod competency form on BACB webiste to be eleigoble for exam. Exam contains 75 querisotns, 80%

Cancellation Policy

To request a cancellation for a course in which you have registered, please provide written notice by letter, e-mail or fax t contact us by phone within 24 hours of placing your order and we will refund you the full course fee. If you cannot give n notice with 24 hours, a credit towards a future course of equal value would apply.

Contacting McRory Pediatrics

If you have any comments, questions or concerns about the content of our courses, course credit, completion requirements, special accommodations for disability, fees, cancellation, or refunds, please contact Melissa Hagar, Professional Development Program Coordinator at or directly at (818) 530-5144.

Grievance Procedure

McRory Pediatrics is committed to conducting all activities in strict conformance with accreditation agencies and boards. McRory Pediatrics will comply with all responsibilities to be nondiscriminatory in activities, program content and in treatment of participants. The monitoring and assessment of compliance with these standards will be the responsibility of the Professional Development Program Coordinator.

While McRory Pediatrics attempts to assure fair treatment of all participants, we recognize grievances that may require intervention. Grievances are handled in the following manner:

When a participant, either orally or in written format, files a grievance, the Professional Development Program Coordinator and Executive Director will evaluate the nature of the complaint. If it is meritorious, the Professional Development Program Coordinator and Executive Director will instruct staff to implement any necessary changes in the course content or presentation of such. The complainant will receive a response from the Professional Development Program Coordinator, or designated staff within 5 working days.

You may file a complaint by telephone or e-mail.

Phone: (818) 530-5144


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