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Continuing Education

Through collaboration with the University of West Florida, Office of ABA, our Continuing Education course series is designed to provide instruction in a variety of areas of behavior analysis.

Please roll over and click on Continuing Education above to find more information on our on-line continuing education offerings through UWF/ABA.


Learn more about the Journals published by the Cambridge Center by rolling over and clicking on Journals above. Other journals on behavioral science, behavior analysis, and behavioral practice can be found under the Links tab.

The Current Repertoire

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The Current Repertoire, (31), (2), Spring/Summer (2015)

Featured News

Order New CCBS Publications Today

Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and Service Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and Service: Volume II

Orders are now being accepted for our two Volumes through the CCBS Bookstore.  "These tales of behavior science and its applicability is a must read for anyone interested in behavior change, both big and small."

We are also offering companion BACB® CE Credits through our partnership with UWF, Office of ABA.

9th Annual Conference on Autism & Related Disorders: Research-Based Solutions

Friday, April 29, 2016. Buellton, California. Go to Event Listing for more information.

You may come and register the morning of the conference!

Give to our Annual Autism Campaign.

NEW CEU Courses Available

Continuing Education series for Board Certified Behavior Analysts brought to you by the University of West Florida. Ethics Courses now available! Make CCBS & UWF your choice for BACB(R) CEs. Proceeds benefit the Cambridge Center.

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