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(Bachelor’s Level)
Qualified Autism Services Practitioner-Supervisor (QASP-S) Course


2000 JOD


188 hours

About the Course

Internationally-Accredited QABA Board Approved, this 188 hour Qualified Autism Services Practitioner-Supervisor course will provide you with a deeper understanding of the core knowledge of autism, principles of ABA, common teaching strategies, ethics in the field and more. All the knowledge you need to pass the QABA® online exam.

QABA® Board Approved Coursework

The Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis Credentialing Board (QABA®) is an internationally-accredited credentialing agency dedicated to ensuring the highest standard of care among professionals providing applied behavioral analysis (ABA) services for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities.

Primary QABA® Requirements:

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years old

  • Applicants must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university for higher education

Delivery Method: The QASP-S course is conducted entirely online, offering flexibility and accessibility.

Languages: Available in Arabic and English.

Start Date: Scheduled and recorded for your convenience.

Time to Complete: Enjoy the flexibility to finish the course within 12 months of purchase.

Course Length: Totaling 188 hours.

Course Structure: Self-paced modules include readings, videos, webinars, and assessments.

Optional Webinars: Attend regular live webinars with course trainers, or watch recorded sessions at your convenience.

Assessments: Unit assessments are provided to gauge your understanding of the content.

Fieldwork Experience: Depending on availability, supervised fieldwork experience may be offered through SCADD Supervision Networks. Alternatively, students can arrange their own fieldwork experience.

International Enrolments: We welcome students from all around the globe to join our program.

Please note that this program is independent of QABA.

Your Instructor

Reema Jubran, BCBA

Reema Jubran is a dedicated and compassionate professional with expertise in applied behavior analysis. As a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), she brings valuable experience in supporting individuals with autism and other developmental disorders. Reema is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of children and families at SCADD.

Reema Jubran, BCBA
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