Our teaching team is made up of renowned behaviour analysts with extensive professional experience in both the public and private sectors.
ABA with RBT(TM) Training Program - Winter 2020
January 14th to May 5th, 2020
Tuesdays: 6 PM to 9 PM
No class on March 3rd - March Break
Total cost: $1,200.00 (See discounts below!)
5331 Ferrier, Montreal, QC H4P 1M1
Tel.: (514) 345-8330, ext. 319
The Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) program continues to be one of the most sought-out training for anyone interested in working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and neurodevelopmental disabilities. In 2018 the RBT(TM) Task List was added to the Gold Centre's ABA training, so that an individual taking ABA training may also go on to become a Registered Behavior Technician(TM).
What is ABA?
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is the evidence-based science from which the most effective learning strategies have been developed for the above-mentioned population. It is used to teach a wide range of skills including communication, social skills, daily living skills, and much more. Our ABA training program offers an introduction to the basic principles and procedures of this science.
About the ABA with RBT(TM) Training Program
This 48-hour training program incorporates our introductory ABA training program with the required *RBT(TM) Task List (2nd edition) of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as well as the RBT Ethics Code. The program is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for the RBT(TM) credential and it is given by a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst® (BCaBA).
1. Presentation on all of the tasks in the RBT Task List (2nd ed.) [see PDF attachment below]
2. Presentation on the RBT Ethics Code [see PDF attachment below]
3. Presentation on the science of ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) - at no extra cost to you
In person: lectures by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst, PowerPoints, activities, handouts, videos, hands-on learning activities, role-playing, group work, discussions, case scenarios, quizzes, ongoing feedback and one final practical exam, one final written exam.
Students who receive a passing grade of 70% and participate in a minimum of 40 in-class teaching hours of ABA with RBT(TM) may receive an Attestation of Training: Registered Behavior Technicial(TM). Anyone who attends less than 40 in-class teaching hours will not receive this Attestation, but may be eligible to receive an Attestation of ABA Training upon receiving a passing grade of 70%.