Equip trainees to translate their ABA knowledge to real-life practice with our unique 40 hour RBT™ training
We prioritize evidence-based practices for our learners, so why don’t we do the same for RBT training?
Research suggests that behavioral skills training is more effective than traditional didactic training for teaching ABA teaching procedures. Despite this, most online 40-hour RBT™ training courses are almost entirely lecture-based!
In light of the need for quality solutions for staff training, we leveraged all the technology that Hi Rasmus has to offer and designed the first-ever 40-hour RBT™ training course that is online, interactive, and behavioral skills training-based. Use those valuable 40 hours to equip your RBTs to practice competently once they’re done.
Candidates can engage in the training on the go on any device using the Hi Rasmus app. Active student responses are required throughout the course to intermittently check for understanding.
Interactive, not passive
Candidates are required to put their skills to action and receive feedback through asynchronous video and file uploads, smart task lists, and built in chats.
Tune in and experience world-renowned speakers like Dr. Kelsey Ruppel, Dr. Michael Mueller, Dr. Felicity Sedgewick, Catherine Horton, and more!
Dr. Kelsey Ruppel is a world-renowned expert in practical functional assessment and skill-based treatment of problem behavior in young children with autism. With years of experience as a BCBA, special education teacher, and curriculum supervisor, she has also served as a faculty fellow at Western New England University and an associate director of Dr. Greg Hanley’s Life Skills Clinic. Dr. Ruppel has provided consultation services to schools, in-home and outpatient clinic providers, and residential programs.
Dr. Michael M. Mueller is a well-renowned board-certified behavior analyst and author of 11 books, including Behavior Analytic Consultation to Schools and the Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS). He has published 22 research articles and 8 book chapters in prestigious behavior analysis and psychology journals, including the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and the Wiley Handbook on Human Aggression and Violence. Dr. Mueller has served as the past president of the Georgia Association for Behavior Analysis and the Behavioral School Psychologist Interest Group of the National Association of School Psychology, and he is currently the Co-Owner and Director of Behavioral Services for Southern Behavioral Group in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as the Co-Owner of Stimulus Publications.
Catherine Horton is a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who graduated with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Maine, and a M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of New Hampshire. She has also earned the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership from the University of New England. Catherine has over 10 years of consulting experience with Pyramid Educational Consultants, where she provides training on PECS and the Pyramid Approach to Education across the United States. Her work focuses on developing functional communication systems and effective educational environments for students with special needs.
Dr. Felicity Sedgewick pursued a career in Archaeology and Anthropology before developing an interest in Social Anthropology and developmental differences in children across cultures. After completing a Psychology of Education Masters at Bristol, she focused on the friendships and relationships of autistic girls and women for her PhD at UCL. Her research since then has included topics such as mental health, eating disorders, and the impact of COVID-19 on student engagement. Dr. Sedgewick combines social and developmental psychology to find answers to important questions and provide better support to those who need it.
Throughout the course the candidate will also meet existing RBTs and parents who share their experiences and inspire the candidate for their future career.
About the Creator
Dr. Erin Moran graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a B.A. double majoring in psychology and international studies. She later received my M.Ed. degree from the University of Cincinnati specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis and obtained a PhD in Psychology and Human Development at the Institute of Education, University College London. Her doctoral research examined the experience of families of children with autism in Eastern Kazakhstan and developed a BST-based training program to prepare parents and teachers to work with children with autism in rural, low resource areas.
She has presented her research at national and international conferences. Her research won the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis Senior Student Award and the UK Society for Behavior Analysts Postgraduate Student Award. While in London, Dr. Moran worked a PECS Consultant and provided PECS and ABA training to over 1,500 parents and professionals in PECS and ABA. Dr. Moran has overseen services in homes, schools, and clinics in over 7 different countries. She is excited to team up with Hi Rasmus to leverage technology to improve training tools for RBTS and parents.
Monitor their responses to comprehension question to identify their strengths and weaknesses -even before they start working with clients. Interact with candidates by utilizing our integrated chat function.
Review video uploads of key skills and score candidate performance using fidelity checklists. Ability to provide written, timestamped feedback.
Complete virtual competency assessment using our video upload feature. Score candidates using a fidelity checklist and provide written, timestamped feedback. Competency Assessment Tracker is also available to track candidates’ mastery of skills.
Extend the training with ongoing staff competency licenses to track and improve staff competency development throughout your organization.