We are pleased to announce the online publication of the August 2019 BACB Newsletter (PDF Download).
IN THIS ISSUE…
- Experience/Fieldwork Verification Forms: Preventing Disputes Between Supervisors and Trainees
- Protect Your NPI Number and Certification Information from Fraud
- How to Calculate Supervision for Experience/Fieldwork Hours
- 2022 BCBA and BCaBA Requirements Changes
- New Ethics Resources
- New Anonymous Ethics Reporting Mechanism Available: The Publicly Documented Alleged Violation Submission
- BACB Data Resources
- Requests to Use BACB Intellectual Property
- Recent and Upcoming Changes to BACB Requirements
May examination results will be released starting at 5 p.m. (MDT) on June 14 and will be available in your BACB Gateway account within 72 hours. Please note: Due to system processing, applicants may not receive examination results at the same time.
If you passed your examination, your certification number will be available in your BACB Gateway account within the next week and you will receive your certificate in 4 to 6 weeks.
We expect high call volumes, wait times, and heavy website traffic. We appreciate your patience. We will respond to requests as soon as possible.
New document and video resources on applied behavior analysis subspecialty areas are available via our new ABA webpage.
Veterans who qualify for the GI Bill can receive reimbursement for BACB certification examination fees from the Department of Veterans Affairs, regardless of whether they pass the examination. Learn more about this benefit on the GI Bill website. Continue reading “GI Bill Reimbursement Opportunity”
University Pass-Rate reports show the percentage of first-time candidates from Verified Course Sequences who passed BCaBA and BCBA certification exams.
An updated report on employment demand for behavior analysts is now available. The data show substantial increases in demand for behavior analysts in the US from 2010-2018. View the report on our BACB Resources page.
More information about the 2020 Continuing Education Requirements—announced in the November 2018 Newsletter—is now available!
A new version of the Experience Tracker, which has been retitled the “Fieldwork Tracker,” is now available. The new version includes an option for trainees to select whether they will be applying before or after January 1, 2022. Formulas, options, and information in the Fieldwork Tracker will automatically adjust depending on when the trainee will apply. Supplemental videos with more detailed information about the changes have been added to the Experience Tracker Overview Video and the Experience Tracker Tutorial Video. These supplemental videos may be found on the Fieldwork Tracker Information and Updates webpage.
New documents related to the BCBA and BCaBA fieldwork requirements (effective January 1, 2022) are now available. Please take a moment to review these new resources.
Additionally, for those of you who supervise RBTs or BCaBAs, please update your supervisor role and information for each of your supervisees in your BACB Gateway Account if you have not done so already.
A Special Edition December Newsletter is now available, featuring RBT certification changes and process improvements. (PDF Download).
IN THIS ISSUE…
- Revised RBT Certification Requirements
- RBT Task List (2nd ed.)
- RBT Ethics Requirements
- RBT Supervision and Supervisor Requirements
- Implementation Timeline of RBT Changes
- RBT Process Improvements
- A Summary of Upcoming Changes to BACB Requirements