A Certification Recognizing Professionalsworking in the field of Autism
Our affordable certification:
- Recognizes individuals who voluntarily meet rigorous professional standards in ongoing professional development.
- Enhances your professional reputation and credibility.
- Increases your opportunity for career advancement and/or increased earnings.
- Reduces the chance of litigation.
- Improves grant qualifications.
- Assists in demonstrating compliance with special education law.
A Certified Autism Specialist (CAS) is defined as a professional who is responsible for the support and/or services provided to an individual on the autism spectrum. The CAS credential, demonstrates that you have met rigorous standards, demonstrating experience and education in autism. Our online application documents your education level, experience, and professional development hours which are reviewed by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). Once approved, your name and verification number can be viewed on the IBCCES public registry by employers and other third parties. View Eligibility Requirements.
Professionals that typically apply for the CAS Credential include:
Special Education Teachers
Special Education Directors
Speech Language Pathologists
BCBA and ABA Professionals
Clinical Social Workers
Licensed Professional Counselors
The Autism Certificate (AC) is available for all professionals employed in a setting that requires you to work or have contact with individuals with autism. This Autism Certification recognizes professionals dedicated to promoting quality care in the field of Autism. The Autism Certificate does not require a masters degree. If you have your masters degree you may qualify for the Certified Autism Specialist Credential.
Professionals that typically apply for the AC Credential include:
School Bus Drivers
Autism Program Support Staff
Autism Organization Volunteers
Medical Billing Clerks
Increase your understanding about ASD
Key milestones when transitioning into adulthood
Developmental milestones from 2 months to 5
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