INDIANAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers, one of the nation’s largest healthcare providers, shares its expertise on the best resources and study tips for aspiring Certified Behavioral Technicians (RBTs) preparing for their certification exam with their RBT Exam Study Starter Kit. The kit contains free exam flash cards, mock RBT exam questions, glossary terms, and tips from experienced clinicians on how to study for the exam.
As a national healthcare provider operating more than 100 centers in 12 states, Hopebridge continually seeks to inspire educators and caregivers to take their careers to the next level. Studying to become an RBT at Hopebridge can lead to a fulfilling lifelong career, having a significant impact on the lives of children with autism.
“Hopebridge is proud to provide growth opportunities in ABA to our clinicians,” said Founder and Chief Clinical Strategy Officer Kim Strunk. “We are always looking for passionate people who want to make a difference in a child’s life. We will continue to provide tools and support to aspiring RBTs to accelerate their journey to a fulfilling career.
Obtaining this professional certification in behavior analysis does not require any additional schooling. Initial qualifications include being 18 or older, obtaining a high school diploma or equivalent, and completing an initial skills assessment. Once these prerequisites are met, each candidate will participate in 40 hours of cross-platform training, followed by the final RBT exam.
In an effort to help those aspiring to become an RBT, Hopebridge ABA trainers have shared their top recommendations for materials to review when studying for the RBT exam. These resources include a wide variety of platforms to facilitate every type of learning approach. Included is a combination of free and paid resources, as well as an extensive educational kit designed by ABA professionals at Hopebridge.
For more information and to download the available documents, visit RBT Study Guide: The Best Resources to Become a Registered Behavior Technician.
With steady growth in the ABA field, Hopebridge always encourages continuing education and with paid on-the-job training, a career as an RBT can provide limitless opportunities for those looking to make an impact. For more information on working in ABA with Hopebridge, visit the Hopebridge jobs site to review open ABA positions in your area.
Hopebridge was founded in 2005 to meet the growing need for autism treatment services and to improve the lives of affected children and families. Hopebridge is committed to providing personalized outpatient ABA, occupational therapy, speech therapy and nutrition therapies for children affected by autism spectrum disorders and behavioral, physical, social, communication and sensory challenges. Hopebridge provides a place of trust where they can receive the care, support and hope they deserve.
More than a decade later, Hopebridge continues to open state-of-the-art autism treatment centers in new communities to reach patients and families in need of services. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Hopebridge operates more than 100 centers in the following twelve states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio and Tennessee.