BIANC provides Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) training to professionals and service workers across North Carolina. A three day class is available specifically to review material for the certification exam, and to strengthen the network of dedicated, competent brain injury specialists across North Carolina.
A Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer (CBIST) designation is also available. This additional classification allows professionals to conduct CBIS courses and administer the necessary exams.
The CBIS and CBIST certifications are developed and administered through the Brain Injury Association of America. These designations require an applicant to pass a standardized exam, possess a high school education, and complete 500 hours of paid work experience with brain injury in the past 3 years.
The 2017 CBIS program has new materials and information! The chart below explains the different training options you can attend the class. Options include attending the class to become CBIS by completing the exam, or attending the class for review of brain injury information without taking the exam.
In addition, current CBIS can use the new training as CEUs for their certification renewal.
**Class time are subjected to change depending on location. Please be aware of time before registering for class.**
|Pricing||Course Overview/Materials||Class Time||Suggested Audience|
|$500||Training/Review, National Online Exam for Certification, Includes Latest CBIS Manual Edition.||3 days||Individual meets certification requirements of 500 paid hours in brain injury within the past 3 years.|
|$250||Training/Review, Includes Latest CBIS Manual Edition||2.5 days||Individuals who does not meet certification requirements. Previous CBIS, Support Group Leaders, BIANC Board Members|
Required Text: The Essential Brain Injury Guide Edition 5.0
* Do not register on the acbis.pro website if you are planning on completing CBIS with BIANC.
Please contact BIANC for special offers and available group rates.
Upcoming Classes ** Please note there are three different CBIS classes scheduled. Please confirm that you are registering for the correct one**
Become a Proctor
BIANC can provide a proctor during the exam period or work with each applicant to find a proctor in the local community. The following individuals may act as a proctor:
– Colleague or Supervisor of the CBIS applicant
– Individual who holds the CBIST designation
– BIANC Staff Member (with CBIS designation)
To become a proctor, please contact the BIANC office.
Phone: (919) 833 – 9634