If you have completed all requirements to receive your RBT credential through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB), then you can start working with IBG as an RBT. A behavior technician who has obtained their RBT credential means that they have demonstrated competency in learning and applying ABA principals though a structured learning and clinical application process that is supervised by a BCBA, then certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. A behavior technician who has received their RBT means they have met and continues to stay active with the Board’s requirements. This includes maintaining a clean background check, continuing education requirements, professionalism in practice (ie: no reports made against you to the BACB), and adherence to the ethical guidelines of the Board. Becoming a RBT will provide you with increased competency in ABA service delivery, professional opportunities and pay. Services provided as a RBT will continue to be overseen by a qualified supervising BCBA, as RBT’s are required to document monthly supervision in order to maintain an active credential.
- High School Diploma
- 18 years of age
- RBT Course Completion Certificate
- Proof of active RBT Credential # with the BACB. (Credential number lookup)
- Resume showing all employment, volunteer &/or personal experiences in direct care or support of individuals with diagnoses or disabilities of any type.
- At least two non-relative references who can verify your experiences related to developmental, mental health and/or human services.
- Access to technology for e-mail, use of our software system for billing and clinical notes, etc. This can be a phone, computer, desktop, tablet, etc. Any form of technology that allows you to use internet services.