Registered Behavioral Technician Training

Instructed by Bryan Pinto

Length: 180 days to complete

Format: Resources and videos, lessons, weekly check-ins, SAFMED timings, and assessments

Skill Level: Minimum of a high school diploma

Course Description

This course provides 40 hours of training based off of the Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) Task-List, as set forth by the BACB, that is required to attain an RBT Credential.

What are the requirements?

The student must complete this course within 180-days from the time they start the course work. In addition, the BACB will not accept training hours less than 40 hours spent on this online course. The instructor can view the student's interactions with the course and can use discretion in determining if the student honestly completed 40 hours.

A Certificate of Completion for 40-hours of RBT training will be generated when you have completed/reviewed all course material, passed all Review parts.
When you have completed the course, please do not select me, Bryan Pinto, BCBA as your supervisor with the BACB as you are required to obtain the RBT Competency Assessment from with a supervisor you work with or you have a contract to do so.
The instructor can view the student's interactions with the course and can use discretion in determining if the student honestly completed 40 hours. The instructor will not sign off on a certificate of completion if 40 hours was completed in less than 180 days.

​Help!
If you have problems or questions go to Messages at the top right hand corner of your screen, and make a comment or question. If you don't not get a response in the Message section within 24 hours, email the instructor at cbhtraining1@gmail.com.

What am I going to get from this course?

This training program is based on the Registered Behavior Technician RBT Task List (www.bacb.com) and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for the RBT credential. This program is offered independent of the BACB.

Who is this course for?

This training course if for individuals who work with individuals with disabilities and behavioral problems who would like to further themselves as a professional and direct care workers.

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