Registered Behavior Technician
Who can be an RBT?
Anyone who meets the certification requirements!
Qualities we are looking for:
Patient and Tolerant
Committed and Passionate
Friendly and Approachable
Ability to effectively collaborate and adapt
Accepting of own and client limitations
Willingness to continue to learn throughout your career
Put the client’s treatment first
Join our team!
Ready to join our team? Great! Email your resumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. No RBT certification? No problem!
Becoming a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
A Registered Behavior Technician, or RBT, is a certification offered by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). An RBT is trained in and applies the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Typically an RBT can expect to provide direct care in one-on-one and group settings to clients. This may include teaching communication, play, social skills, and independence to clients, following behavior reduction and skill acquisition plans developed by supervisor(s), collaborating with treatment teams by participating in supervision meetings, and collecting and recording data on client behaviors, An RBT may also be asked to travel to and from local session sites (such as a client's home, school, or community event), assist supervisor(s) with behavior reduction and skills acquisition assessments as well as assist supervisor(s) with the development and preparation of session materials.
At least 18 years of age
Minimum High school diploma or GED
Pass FBI/BCI background check via Webcheck in Ohio
(within 180 days of applying for certification)
Complete 40 hours of training
(within 90 days of applying for certification)
Complete an in-person competency assessment
Take and pass certification exam
Receive ongoing supervision
Adhere to the Ethical Code
Renew certification annually
Visit BACB.com for more details