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If you're an education, health or human services professional, or if you have a degree or diploma and want to specialize in the rewarding and challenging area of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the concise, flexible and timely Disability and Applied Behaviour Analysis advanced certificate is for you.
The sharp increase in the
number of people diagnosed with ASD (estimated at one in 68 children in B.C., currently more than 13,000 children receive MCFD funding)
has created a significant shortfall of qualified practitioners to plan and
deliver effective evidence based education and treatment services in the
community as well as specialized teachers in the K-12 school system. Applied
Behaviour Analysis methodology can also be successfully incorporated into many
other education, health and human service professions.
For information about
admission requirements, courses, intake dates and more, visit the Program
and Course Catalogue.
As a provider of a BACB verified course sequence (VCS), please use the below link to the BACB published VCS Pass Rates. You can find the pass rates of previous Douglas College students by selecting the BCaBA pass rate information. Should you see a gap in the data, note that pass-rate data are not published for sequences with fewer than six first-time candidates in a single year.
Behaviour Analyst Certification Board® Approved
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