Are you looking for a career where every day is an opportunity to change someone’s life? Are you passionate about helping people achieve their dreams? Do you see people’s unique strengths rather than their limitations? Are you a professional, looking to enhance your teaching skills by working with people who face learning or behavioural challenges?
If so, Autism & Behavioural Science might be the program you’re looking for. This graduate certificate program trains students in the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). This scientific approach to human behaviour gives students the skills they need to carefully assess a situation and develop plans that teach new skills and reduce behaviours that get in the way of people being at their best.
Students entering this program are entering a Mobile Learning - Class+ Experience program. The Class+ Experience is exclusive to Lambton College, where technology inspires learning. Mobile devices allow students to experience learning both inside and outside the classroom, integrating educational apps and tools into class activities. See device requirements.
Recognized by Apple as a distinguished program for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence.
Applicants must possess a recognized diploma or degree in fields such as Developmental Service Worker, Child & Youth Worker, Social Service Worker, Early Childhood Education, Educational Assistant or similar programs and/or a Degree in Psychology, Education, Child Studies, Rehabilitation or similar programs.
Our graduates qualify for employment as instructor therapists with regional providers of the Autism Intervention Program, private providers of IBI therapy to families under the supervision of licensed psychologists or Board Certified Behaviour Analysts, autism specialists in other service agencies, and by school boards to deliver programs for children with autism and other learning and behavioural challenges.
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|Student Government Fee||$287.90|
Please Note: These fees apply to the 2017-2018 academic year and are subject to change. Fees do not include books (unless specifically noted), supplies or living costs.