7 Reasons the RBT Certificate Benefits You and Your Community

The path to a successful career can feel daunting, especially when you’re exploring the field of human services. If you’re looking for a fulfilling and intrinsically rewarding role in behaviour analysis, this blog is for you! Here, we’ll explore some of the key benefits that come with being an RBT: from personal satisfaction to community impact.

  1. Variety. When working as an RBT, you will work with clients of all ages, diagnoses, skill-based programming, and in a variety of locations. If you’re wanting to avoid the repetitiveness of a 9–5 job, an RBT position is for you! Scheduling will vary depending on your clients but expect to work a variety of hours which will allow you more freedom in your week. As an RBT, each day can change. One morning you may be working with a young client teaching them how to communicate. In the afternoon you may be supporting a teenager to gain the skills they need to prepare a meal independently.

Written by Monica Millar MA, BCBA



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