Professionalism and ethics are examined at the highest level in CAB Qualification. It is also a main part of the practical experience you must complete to qualify to be the member of CAB.
To qualify as a CAB professional member, you need to complete:
- A minimum of 6 exams
- The Professional Ethics module.
Part One – Fundamental and Concept of Body Language
CAB 1003 Psychological Foundation of Attitudes and Behaviours
CAB 1013 Human Emotions, Attitude and Behaviours
CAB 1023 Psychological Assessment
CAB 1033 Application of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
This module is initiated with an introduction to cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The theoretical principles and theories of cognitive therapy are discussed in detail, showing its similarities and differences with classical behaviour therapy. In this section, the works of Ellis, Beck and other therapists are presented. Practical applications of the different methods of cognitive behaviour therapy are then demonstrated. These practical training sessions will be given to display how CBT is applied to different forms of psychopathology such as mood disorder, somatic disorder, personality disorder, managing of pain, eating disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, anger and coping with stress, and sexual problems.
Part Two – Professionalism Development
CAB 2003 Predicting and Behaviour Modification
CAB 2013 Professional Ethics in Attitude and Behaviour
For candidates without a relevant postgraduate qualification are required to sit for all modules from CAB 1003, CAB 1013, CAB 1023, CAB 1043. Each module is consisted of training modules and an examination. The examination is consisted of 50 objectives questions.
Part two which consist of two subjects CAB 2003 Predicting and Behaviour Modification and CAB 2013 Professionalism in Attitude and Behaviour. Candidates need to sit for 3 hours written essay examinations each paper.