ABA Foundation Training Course


This course is an introduction to principles and practices of Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis on how to teach skills including language and social skills to children in the home and at school. The training also includes how to use behavior management techniques and strategies at home and at school.


Topics covered:


  • Introduction to ABA

  • Basic principles of learning

  • Teaching language and social skills to children with disabilities

  • Instructional strategies

  • Behavior management strategies


Farhan Yousef Farhan, BCBA

Alia Olivia Saleh, BCBA

Shaza Attia, BCBA

Afiya Mohammed, BCBA

Sarah Amin, BCaBA

Course Duration- 20 hours
Best suited for: Shadow teachers and Parents


Important Notice: Changes in Training

We're excited to announce that Pulse TLC now offers up-to-date IBT and ABAT training programs. These courses cover the latest content and adhere to the ethical standards set by IBAO and QABA boards. Notably, the RBT training is no longer available and has been replaced by the internationally recognized IBT and ABAT programs.

Why Choose Pulse TLC?

Important Update from BACB:

The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) has announced the discontinuation of RBT exams for international applicants starting from January 1, 2023. As a result, we have ceased offering RBT training.

Make sure to stay updated with these changes and opt for the best training suited to your needs.

Read BACB's Announcement: The BACB will expire RBT exams for international applicants from 1 Jan 2023, and we therefore no longer offer RBT training. 

This training program is based on the Registered Behavior Technician Task List 2nd Edition and is designed to meet the 40- hour training requirement for the RBT credential. This program is offered independent of the BACB.

Course Overview:

The Registered Behavior TechnicianTM (RBT®) is a paraprofessional who practices under the close, ongoing supervision of a BCBA, BCaBA, or FL-CBA. This course fulfils the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) training requirements  needed for the RBT credential. This course is provided by Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The course follows the RBT task list given by BACB.

Upon completion of the Applied Behavior Analysis for Practitioners training, students will receive a certificate of completion to share with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Competency assessment will be provided upon successful completion of the course.  Upon completion of the course, the applicants should undergo a criminal background check, pass the competency assessment and pass the RBT exam in order to obtain the RBT credential.

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a minimum of high-school diploma or equivalent. 


Farhan Yousef Farhan, BCBA

Alia Olivia Saleh, BCBA

Shaza Attia, BCBA

Afiya Mohammed, BCBA

Sarah Amin, BCaBA


Training is held online via zoom

Course Duration/time:

Duration: 40-hour instruction (excludes breaks, assignments and written tests)



Before considering enrollment in these courses, please take the following into careful consideration:

  1. Verify the Approval: Ensure that the institutes offering these courses are approved content providers (ACPs) for the respective boards they represent, such as IBAO and QABA.

  2. Qualifications of Trainers: Confirm that the trainers are qualified behavior analysts, holding credentials like BCBA or QBA. You can always validate a behavior analyst's certification by visiting the boards' official websites.

  3. Caution Regarding RBT: Be aware that some institutes may still offer RBT coursework. However, please note that the RBT credentialing body no longer provides certifications to individuals outside the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

  4. Check for Authenticity: Your certificate of completion should display the logo of the board they represent along with the behavior analyst's credentials and the ACP ID of the institute.

It is essential to be proactive and conduct thorough research on the respective boards, IBAO and QABA. They maintain lists of their approved content providers (ACPs) and the names of their certified behavior analysts on their official websites. Always investigate the institute offering these courses.

Failure to do so could result in two significant issues:

  1. Financial Scams: People may inadvertently invest in courses that are no longer valid in our region, as is the case with RBT certification.

  2. Unsupervised Practice: Individuals might end up practicing without appropriate supervision, posing a risk to the sensitive population we serve, such as training certificate holders who lack the necessary oversight of a behavior analyst.

Misrepresentation and unethical practices within our field, particularly when working with a vulnerable population, are entirely unacceptable. Your due diligence can help safeguard against these issues. Please be vigilant in your selection of a training provider. 


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