• Edufresh School RBT

    Equip the faculty in your special education program with the tools they need to help every child succeed!

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Fulfills 40-hour RBT training

Pass off the 40-hour requirement as part of becoming a Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT). The course has been certified by the BACB.

Advance your Skills

Develop skills and learn behavioral interventions that will help you in your daily interaction with children.

Self-Paced Learning

Complete the course on your own time and at your own pace. Take a snack break, study more for the test, it's your time.

What is Edufresh RBT Course?

Edufresh School RBT is an online course that allows paraprofessionals to pass off the 40-hour RBT training requirement in order to attain the RBT certificate. The course is focused on the classroom setting and provides rich content to best support the learning and positive behavior of students.

Edufresh School RBT online course provides an engaging learning platform as it navigates through the Advanced Behavior Analysis (ABA) modules

What a learner can expect from Edufresh 40-hour RBT course

Understanding behavior from a functional approach

Individualized behavioral skill development for students

Evidence-based behavioral interventions for the classroom setting

Data-based decision making for your students

"I loved using the EduFresh course to prepare for my RBT exam. It was simple and easy to use, It was broken up logically to best learn the material and not be overwhelming, I liked being able to see the progress I had made and what modules I had coming next. I loved the learning format and the knowledge checks that helped me know if I understood the material correctly, I felt prepared to take my RBT exam and I passed on my first try."

- Chatana Krebs

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Authors of the Edufresh School RBT Course

​Dr. Aaron Fischer
​PhD, BCBA - D

Dr. Fischer is the Dee Endowed Professor of school psychology, adjunct associate professor of psychiatry, director of the HMHI HOME interdisciplinary pediatric feeding disorders clinic and the Utah School Mental Health Collaborative, at the University of Utah. He is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst. He has worked with individuals with social-emotional and behavioral concerns, and their families, for over 15 years. His research focuses on the intersection of technology, behavior, and school mental health.

Rovi Hidalgo
Board Certified Behavior analyst
Davis County School Psychologist

Vanessa Feola
Board Certified Behavior Analyst