This program is designed to provide students with comprehensive training in the areas of Behavioral Health and Customer Service while gaining a fundamental understanding of the use of Medical Terminology and the healthcare-specific language spoken in a clinical/medical environment. This training not only prepares the graduate for certification and/or entry into a career as a Behavior Technician, but also provides the prerequisite training often required to advance into other certification opportunities. A Behavior Technician provides the direct implementation of behavior-analytic services but does not design intervention or assessment plans. Students learn about evidence-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles and strategies for helping individuals with developmental behavior challenges. Upon completion of this program, students will have met the training requirements to sit for the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) examination. While not required, passing this exam allows the student to hold the enhanced distinction of being a "Registered" Behavior Technician as opposed to a Behavior Technician (BT). They will also be eligible for the CCSP - (Certified Customer Service Professional) Certification.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
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NOTE: "N/A" indicates that there is insufficient data and/or a program served fewer than ten WIOA students to calculate the performance measures at this time.