Training staff must have the required education and experience to appropriately teach the program content. Examples of education and experience include, but are not limited to, certificates and/or degrees from postsecondary institutions; certifications from industry-recognized agencies, and practical work experience in, or in a field closely related to, the career fields the program prepares students to enter. MedCerts confirms each training staff members academic background and work experience to ensure they are qualified to teach in the program.
The Behavior Technician program prepares students to perform administrative tasks within a medical environment and gives them the tools and training necessary to become a Behavior Technician. Graduates will have met the requirements to sit for the CMAA and RBT exams. Program objectives include obtaining knowledge of medical terminology, disease processes, anatomy and physiology, the role of HIPAA, OSHA, CDC, FDA, ANSI, AAMI and other regulating agencies, and appreciate the roles in medical front office procedures.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
This prorgam has open enrollment.