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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Course - FAQ
When is the next application available?
The next session will begin January 5, 2022 running through July 1, 2022. The application for the January - July 2022 session has reached capacity and closed.
The following session will be run from July 7, 2022 - December 30, 2022. Application for registration for July - December session will open on June 6, 2022.
Where can I access the application?
Am I required to secure supervision?
No. Many individuals take the course, simply for the knowledge. If you choose to go on for the certification, you will need to find a BCBA to provide supervision.
Do you keep a waiting list?
No, we do NOT keep a waitlist. This course will be offered again on July 7, 2022. Registration will open on June 6, 2022.
Can I get credit for taking the course?
CDE does not offer pre-approved CEUs. You do receive a certificate of completion and can use that to apply for CEUs. Currently, Pittsburgh State University offers the opportunity to apply for 3 credit hours of college credit following completion of the course. This is typically used to move on district pay scales. Most universities do not accept this as an elective. Follow up with your own university/school district to see if this option would apply to you.
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