|Field of Study:||Applied Behavior Analysis
|Description:||The Behavioural Sciences diploma program gives you the opportunity to study the theory and clinical applications of the branch of applied psychology known as behavioural science. As a student in the Behavioural Sciences program, you will learn about Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), which is the science of understanding, analyzing and modifying human behaviour.
This program will prepare you to seek employment as an instructor therapist in government-funded or private Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) programs. You will also be qualified to work as a behaviour technician in the new government-funded ABA-based support programs. As a graduate of this program, you would be able to seek employment in the school system as an educational assistant or educational resource facilitator, providing support to students with ASD, behavioural challenges, or other exceptionalities. Completing this program will also qualify you to seek employment in settings where an understanding of behavioural intervention is necessary, such as group homes, community living centres, and other specialized agencies.
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