Welcome to the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies™ CEU course series for Board Certified Behavior Analysts brought to you by the University of West Florida.
The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies™ is a nonprofit organization that harnesses the expertise of hundreds of behavioral scientists to solve problems in the home, school, community, and the workplace.
The Cambridge Center is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization whose mission is to advance the scientific study of behavior and its humane application to the solution of practical problems, including the prevention and relief of human suffering. The Cambridge Center was founded by Dr. Robert Epstein in 1981.
To achieve this mission, the Center has three goals : To create and deliver trustworthy information on high quality behavioral services and science around the world, to promote global collaboration among behavioral organizations, and to improve the future of behavioral science by educating and developing the next wave of behavioral scientists and practitioners.
Most of our work is through the voluntary efforts of our directors, trustees, and advisors. These individuals represent the best experts in behavioral science and practice. They develop the highest quality video instruction and presentations. They evaluate and accredit world-class programs of workplace safety and applied behavior analysis services. They write books and articles, and produce video and audio broadcasts that we distribute through our online store and over the Internet. They help us link the public to resources from other organizations. You will find the Center to be a one-stop source for obtaining information on evidence-based solutions to behavioral problems.
The Office of ABA at the University of West Florida offers BACB-approved online courses that prepare students for BCBA or BCaBA Certification with an optional online Masters Degree in ESE . The Office of ABA at the UWF produces quality professionals who understand and apply behavior analysis ethically.
Certificate of Completion
The certificate of completion will be automatically emailed to you after the course quiz and evaluation are completed. The certificate will also be visible at the end of the course. Please make sure that your name, email address, and BCBA number are all submitted correctly, as that is the data that will display on the certificate.
After enrolling, you be able to login to behavior.uwf.edu with your username and password. The course will appear in your profile, and you will be able to access all of the lessons.
- You have access to a series of videos and review questions followed by a course evaluation and access to your certificate of completion for printing or saving.
- As you progress though the video clips, make sure to mark any viewed videos as “completed.” Continue through all video clips and review questions until you are able to access the evaluation and certificate.
- Quiz questions require 100% proficiency before accessing the certificate and you must also mark the quiz as “complete”
- After you complete a course evaluation, you will see your certificate of completion and may print or download the file. You can also access the file from your profile at any time.