What is an ABA assistant?
An ABA therapist assistant helps an ABA therapist provide applied behavior analysis. Their job duties typically include gathering data, maintaining records, and administering assessments under the direction or supervision of a certified therapist.
How do you train to be a RBT?
RBT Credential Process
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Have a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Pass a criminal background check to be completed within 180 days of the RBT application.
- Complete the 40-hour RBT training course (this course)
- Locate a BCBA to complete the RBT competency assessment with you:
What percentage do you need to pass RBT?
For BCBA and BCaBA examinations, the scale starts and 0 and ends at 500, with the passing score equal to 400. For RBT examinations, the scale is 0 to 250, with the passing score equal to 200.
What can I do with an ABA degree?
8 Potential Careers for Applied Behavior Analysis Degree Graduates
- Market Research Analyst/Consumer Behavior Analyst.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
- FBI Profiler/Analyst.
- Human Resources Professional.
- School Counselor.
- Special Education Teacher.
- Social Worker.
What does a behavior assistant do?
Behavioral Assistants are responsible for providing support and capacity in behavioral and clinical services for students with disabilities. Their duties include addressing behavior management safety needs, supporting emotional and social needs, giving academic support, and implementing behavioral improvement plans.
How much does a board certified assistant behavior analyst make?
The average Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst salary in California is $57,332 as of February 26, 2021, but the range typically falls between $52,991 and $71,453.
What’s on the RBT exam?
The exam has 75 multiple-choice questions with four possible answers. The exam questions are based on the RBT Task List. Additionally, exams typically have up to 10 unscored pilot items.
How many times can I take the RBT exam?
As of November 2020, the BACB will allow RBT applicants to take the exam eight times in a one-year authorization window. You can retake the exam as soon as seven days, or one week, after your previous exam. You do not need to reapply to take the exam again.