Since the Registered Behavior Technician credential was first introduced in 2014, number of qualified RBTs has been growing steadily, and industry’s integration of their services has been evolving. At the same time, funding sources have been developing and changing their own rules about services that are and are not “billable”, and who is authorized to bill for which tasks. This changing environment can lead to ambiguity, and result in practices that may have drifted from the original boundaries created by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. To address this drift, the BACB wrote and article in the April 2017 BACB Newsletter outlining appropriate and inappropriate RBT activities. This course reviews and discusses RBT activities that are considered appropriate for those holding the Registered Behavior Technician credential.