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Registered Behavior
Technician Training

RBT Training for Military Families

UTSA Registered Behavior Technician

Who Should be a Registered Behavior Technician?

Virtually anyone would benefit from being introduced to applied behavior analysis; however, becoming an RBT would especially advantage parents of developmentally challenged, or experiencing challenging behavior and anyone who work directly with children or adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

How Can I Become a Registered Behavior Technician?

Take our 5-week training course composed of face-to-face instructor time accompanied by online homework in your spare time. This training program is based on the Registered Behavior Technician Task List and is designed to meet the 42-hour training required for competency certification for the RBT credential.*

*Note that the RBT Competency Assessment will be administered by your supervising BACB Certificant. This program is offered independent of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

Partnerships for the Well-Being of Our Community

Registered Behavior Technician Training is brought to the community by the UTSA Teacher Education Autism Model (TEAM) Center, in conjunction with, the UTSA Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families.

The mission of the Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families’ is the holistic engagement with the often challenging circumstances families experience in military service, with particular attention to the well-being of military-connected children.


The schedule for this course is currently unavailable. Please call (210) 458-2411 to inquire about course availability.


The five-week training program costs $349 per participant.

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