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This certificate is awarded to training participants who successfully pass the online examination following Part 1 of the Behavior Frontiers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Training Program with an Autism Specialization. Behavior Frontiers issues this certificate in acknowledgement that participants have demonstrated an understanding of the ABA methods relevant to performing the position of behavior instructor with children with autism or other special needs.
PLEASE NOTE: Participants who become CBIAs-1 have not necessarily demonstrated their competence working in the field with children with autism. Participants are encouraged to take Part 2, the Field Experience component of Behavior Frontiers ABA Training Program with a Specialization in Autism in order to demonstrate all the skills relevant to working effectively with children with autism spectrum disorders.
This certificate is awarded to training participants who successfully pass both the online examination following Part 1 and the competency-based field examination following Part 2 of the Behavior Frontiers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Training Program with an Autism Specialization. Behavior Frontiers issues this certificate in acknowledgement that participants have demonstrated both an understanding of, as well as the ability to use, the ABA methods relevant to performing the position of behavior instructor with children with autism or other special needs.
*This is a voluntary listing of individuals who have received certificates.
CBIAs have acknowledged and agreed to the following Participant Disclaimer and Notice of Limitation on Liability:The information provided in this training should be used under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and training participants who use this training without BCBA supervision do so at their own risk. The safety of the student and all those involved with the student should be maintained and should be the first priority when using any methods described in this training. Participants should not use any methods from this training if they believe it will jeopardize their own or another person's safety. Participants should immediately seek assistance from a BCBA if unsure if a specific method is safe to use with a specific student. Additionally, these methods should only be used within the physical limitations of the participants. Participants should inform their training consultant or BCBA supervisor if they believe they have physical limitations that might prevent them from safely practicing or using any methods in this training program. ALTHOUGH THESE TRAINING MATERIALS HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY PREPARED, BEHAVIOR FRONTIERS, LLC DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CONTENTS OF THESE MATERIALS OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENCES, INCLUDING DIRECT OR INDIRECT LIABILITY, ARISING FROM THEIR USE.