Earning Your RBT Credential Is The First Step Toward a Rewarding Career in ABA Therapy!

Our mission is to build the capacity of specialty behavioral health providersм how long is a tren cycle in underserved communities. The purpose of BCI’s Registered Behavior Technician Internship program is to develop Interns’ behavior-analytic, professional, and ethical repertoires. BCI’s internship program follows all guidelines set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

Upon successful completion of the 40-hour, 100% online training and RBT Competency Assessment, the BCI Intern will be eligible to sit for the Registered Behavior Technician exam, which is given at a Pearson Vue Testing Center. Individuals who successfully complete all requirements and receive their RBT Certification will be eligible for hire by Behavior Change Institute!

We're Committed to Your Success

Our RBT Exam pass rate is above the national average!

As an incoming Registered Behavior Technician Intern, you’re in good hands. Our Training Team has dedicated years to designing and refining a learning environment and practicum which we’re confident will provide you with ample support, tools and connections, setting you up for success as a Registered Behavior Technician. A structured online training program, study guides and support, and a hands-on Skills Clinic are just a few resources you’ll have access to as an RBT Intern with BCI.



What are RBT Interns are saying about our Skills Clinic?

“I believe the most helpful portion of the clinic was the positive attitude and engagement from all of our instructors. The instructors did a wonderful job of showing how inclusive and involved BCI is all on all levels. Generally when there are multiple instructors you notice a difference in the general attitude, the consistency across the board of all instructors was enlightening.”

“There wasn’t a single area where I have not felt the utmost support during the internship experience. I have worked for a few companies in the past and BCI has been exemplary during this stage of employment. Again, a credit to the instructors as they were readily available to answer any and all questions, and in the event they didn’t have a definitive answer they were honest and forthright in making sure the proper entities were involved to get that answer in an efficient and timely manner.”

“My internship experience was incredibly supported and I do not think it could have been any better.”

Take a deep dive into the ins-and-outs of our internship program so you’ll know what to expect!

Read the requirements for obtaining & maintaining a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential, directly from the accrediting body, the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

Ready To Learn More?