To ensure progress, each case requires individual supervision provided by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Date based decisions ensure that the treatment plans are effective, and progress is being achieved.
Additionally, in order to become certified an individual must complete specific requirements by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and work under the supervision of a BCBA or BCBA-D to gain eligibility for the credentialing exam.
Both in-training BCBA and BCaBA as well as on-going supervision are provided in vivo as well as remotely via video conferencing. It is required by the BACB for each supervisee to sign an individual contact with the BCBA they are seeking supervision under.