40 hours to a new career with our RBT


Get the skills you need to become a Registered Behavior Technician® (RBT®) and learn a career that is in high demand in no time!

Get the skills you need to become a Registered Behavior Technician® (RBT®) and learn a career that is in high demand in no time!

The Registered Behavior Technician

course provides you with the skills and knowledge to deal with challenging behaviors effectively

Understand why behavior occurs and apply new strategies immediately


You must be able to communicate and build trust with clients and their families.


You should be comfortable discussing sensitive topics, such as behavior issues and mental health.


Ethics play an important role as well, as RBTs must follow a strict code of conduct.


You need to be prepared to apply newly learned strategies into practice.

Learn the basics of Applied Behavior Analysis

The course will provide participants with an overview of the RBT® credential, the ethical considerations associated with working with individuals with special needs, and the basic principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Access to experts

You’ll have access to experts in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Get BACB Approved Training

Our course is approved by the BACB, so you can be confident you’re getting the training you require.

40 Hours of Training

Covers the RBT Task List, ethical considerations, behavior change procedures, and more.

Course offered by BCBA
(Board Certified Behavior Analyst)

Registered Behavior Technician® (RBT®)
A paraprofessional in behavior analysis who practices under the
close, ongoing supervision of a BCBA, BCaBA, or FL-CBA.


“Excellent course, Marice is very professional and explains in such a way that complex content is easier to understand. I was delighted with the results: I passed the exam on the first try!! Thanks.”

Marisol Velázquez

INDESE Therapy Center, parent

“Very grateful for the time and dedication. I am very excited about the path I have chosen, not only as a profession, but also to apply it and take it as a reference on a day-to-day basis. Thank you guys for this time! Thanks teacher. Good luck on the journey, the first step is taken. We just need determination and perseverance to follow the path.”

Yamila Sanchez

Elementary School Teacher

“Hello teacher, thank you for the opportunity to be in this course with you and to train me with all your knowledge. There is a great richness in your course, because while you give us the learning material, you make the connection with the brilliant practice that you have and this makes the knowledge more fixed. Thank you, and we keep in touch, because now we are simply starting a path, and we have to finish it. Thanks to the brilliant team we had, I appreciate the hours we shared.”

Maria Elena Quiroz

Medical Assistant

“Good evening, Marice, I wanted to thank you for the course. It was truly an incredible experience, and I was able to learn a lot. At first, I was curious about behaviorism, but when I saw the first class, I started to really like it. Her way of explaining the chapters and concepts was excellent, and the last class was super fun and instructive to do the exercises in Kahoot! Thanks for everything.”

Zara Akins


“Definitely, the best decision I could make was to take this course! Amazing way to teach Marice and show us all the dos and don’ts! Grateful for everything we learned, and we improve. I loved the course in every way, the topics, the activities, and above all the atmosphere we were in! Let’s go for much more now to study and apply what we learned on a daily basis! Good luck to all!”

Jacob Rodriguez



Luisa Tovar
Event Planner


Catalina Ocampo

Special Education School Front Desk

Registered Behavior Technician

By enrolling in our RBT® course, you’re not just learning how to provide treatment,
you’re learning how to be a better communicator. And that’s a valuable skill that will serve you well in any situation.

40 Hours Course

10th–18th December 2022

9:00 am – 5:00 pm


Be 18 years of age.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Undergo a background check.


Marice Delgado

BA in Psychologist MA Special Needs Education and Early Intervention Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Bilingual (English-Spanish)



is a training program that will prepare you to work with individuals with special needs and other developmental disabilities.

The RBT® certification cover: Foundations of Behavior Management, Assessment, Intervention, Implementation, Professional Conduct, and Ethics

You will be able to make

a difference in the lives of others

You will receive training

in evidence-based practices that are proven to be effective.

You will have the opportunity

to work with a variety of clients and families.

You will be able to work

in a variety of settings, including homes, schools, and clinics.

Reserve Now

We know that you want to make a difference in the lives of those with developmental disabilities. But you need to learn more about behavior and how to change it.


It’s challenging not knowing how to help individuals lead more independent and fulfilling lives, which leads to the feeling that you are unable to assist others.


Through our engaging and interactive training, you can get the skills and knowledge to be successful.


We understand you want to advance in your career, which is why our course is approved by the BACB, so you can be confident you’re getting quality training.


Here’s how it works: Learn and understand the basic principles of behavior analysis. Gain the basic behavior concepts and assessment procedures. Develop intervention techniques and ethical considerations.


Now is the time to become an RBT®, so that you can stop applying the wrong methods and start analyzing and changing behaviors based on the knowledge you have gained.

FAQ Registered Behavior

A Registered Behavior Technician® (RBT®) is a professional who works with individuals with special needs and other developmental disabilities. RBTs provide behavioral interventions that are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

In order to become an RBT®, an individual must complete a training program that is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). The training program must include at least 40 hours of instruction, as well as a practicum in which the individual applies the principles of ABA to real-world situations.

The length of time it takes to become an RBT® depends on the individual’s prior experience and education. However, most people who complete an approved training program and pass the RBT exam will earn their certification within weeks.

There are many benefits to becoming an RBT®, including: gaining skills that can be used in a variety of settings, working with a population that is in need of skilled professionals, and having the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of those we serve.

The primary responsibility of an RBT® is to provide high-quality behavioral interventions that are based on the principles of ABA. Additionally, RBTs are responsible for maintaining accurate records, communicating effectively with team members, and following all ethical guidelines set forth by the BACB.

RBTS typically work in one or more of the following settings: homes, schools, clinics, community centers, or hospitals. However, there is a growing demand for RBTs in new and innovative settings, such as online therapy programs and research labs.

Yes, in order to work as an RBT®, you must be certified by the BACB. This certification demonstrates that you have completed a training course and passed an exam in behavior analysis. Additionally, most employers will only hire RBTs who are certified by the BACB.

In order to maintain your RBT® certification, you must complete continuing education credits every two years and submit your credentialing information to the BACB every five years.

If your RBT® certification expires, you will need to retake the certification exam in order to regain your credentialing status.

The job outlook for RBTs is high. The demand for qualified behavior technicians is expected to grow significantly in the coming years as more individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities enter adulthood and require services.

Certified and non-certified individuals, educators, paraprofessionals, therapists, psychologists, parents, and health professionals.



✔️ People who work directly with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

✔️ School Districts Teachers and Paraprofessionals

✔️ Daycare Workers & Non-Certified Staff Homeschoolers

✔️ Individuals Seeking Career Advancement

✔️ Parents of developmentally challenged or experiencing challenging behavior

✔️ Speech Pathologists and Occupation Therapists

✔️ Direct care staff in residential settings such as group homes

✔️ Hospital administrators and staff

✔️ Nursing supervisors or special needs staff

✔️ Home health aides Emergency response teams

✔️ Case managers

✔️ Hospice staff and supervisors

✔️ Direct care staff After-school activity staff

✔️ Etc, …

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