If you are struggling with positive behavior support implementation and improving the quality of interventions by your paraprofessional staff, you might be considering the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential as a solution.
With the development of the RBT credential, company managers and special education administrators now have an opportunity to create a workforce who has specific training and demonstrated competence in implementing behavior analytic interventions. While there are many advantages to moving towards helping your staff obtain this credential, there are also several barriers and factors to consider before moving in this direction.
During this webinar, we:
Explore both the benefits as well as barriers to training
Review factors to determine if the RBT credential is the best next step for your agency or school
Discuss tools for making the transition easier
Amanda Kelly PhD, BCBA-D, LBA
Clinical Training Coordinator, Positive Behavior Supports, Corp.