The Experience Tracker is designed to be used with the desktop version (PC or Mac) of Microsoft Excel , although it is also functional in the Excel app (Android or iOS) if you have a paid subscription to Excel. The Experience Tracker will not be fully functional in other applications, such as Google Sheets and Apple Numbers. If you do not have a paid subscription to Excel, you may use the Experience Tracker in the free online version of Excel by following the instructions below.
- Accessing Excel Online (does not require a paid subscription):
- Step 1: Create a Microsoft account
- Step 2: Download the Experience Tracker to your computer.
- Step 3: Upload the Experience Tracker to Microsoft OneDrive.
- Step 4: Click on the Experience Tracker to open it in Excel Online.
- Version 1.1 (April 05, 2018) – Corrected an issue that prevented users from entering one unrestricted hour in the experience log.
- Version 1.2 (May 19, 2018) – Corrected rounding issue in the “Experience Hours” and “Supervised Hours” columns in the “Experience Log” worksheet allowing users to match the value displayed in the “Unrestricted Hours” and “Individual Supervision Hours” columns without receiving an error message. Trainees may choose to transfer data from Version 1.1 to Version 1.2, although this is not required by the BACB. A workaround may be used by those trainees who experience the rounding issue with Version 1.1, but do not want to transfer their data to Version 1.2. If using Version 1.1, enter the number in the “Unrestricted Hours” column with 3 decimal places, instead of 2 decimal places (e.g., 55 minutes would be entered as .915 instead of .92). The Experience Tracker will then automatically update it to .92.
- Version 1.3 (May 30, 2018) – Fixed an error in Experience Tracker Version 1.2 where experience hours shown in the “Experience Log” tab were being rounded up incorrectly. Version 1.2 users should update to the latest version of the Experience Tracker to avoid calculation errors. Additionally, updated the “Data Analysis” tab to prevent “#DIV/0!” errors from appearing under the “% of Group Supervision” column.