European Association for Distance Learning (EADL) 


The European Association for Distance Learning (EADL) is the largest online education association in Europe. Its mission is to represent all European private and non-governmental organizations that provide highquality distance learning. 
EADL aims to improve the quality of online education to ensure maximum benefit to students, valuing good practices based on scientific evidence. All of its members must meet Quality Standards and comply with its Code of Ethics and Conduct. The membership of the EADL is considered a great seal of quality across Europe. 
Through our executive director in the United States, Dr. Gustavo Teixeira, we are associate members of EADL and signatories to the standards of quality, ethics, and conduct of the European institution. 



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United   States    Distance       Learning      Association (USDLA)


USDLA is the world's largest distance education association, and its mission is to support the development and application of online teaching and training worldwide. 
Through our executive director in the United States, Dr. Gustavo Teixeira, we are associate members of the USDLA and signatories of the quality standards of the American institution. 
Consequently, we are committed to the pursuit of excellence in our 100% online training programs offered by CBI of Miami in Brazil and worldwide. 
CBI of Miami also adheres to the USDLA Code of Conduct, operating consistently with the following principles: 
-    Practice of ethical principles 
-    Compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements

-    Compliance with USDLA technical standards 

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Florida Distance Learning Association (FDLA) 


We are proudly associated with the FDLA through our executive director in the United States, Dr. Gustavo Teixeira. 
FDLA aims to establish a cooperation network for developing innovative technologies for distance learning and knowledge exchange between educational institutions in the State of Florida, United States. 

American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 


Through our Academic Director in the United States, Dr. Gustavo Teixeira, CBI OF MIAMI is an associate member of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). 
The AAUP's mission is to promote academic freedom and shared governance, uphold fundamental professional standards for higher education and ensure that university education contributes to the common good. 
Founded in 1915, the AAUP helped shape American higher education by developing the standards and procedures that maintain the quality of education and academic freedom at colleges and universities across the United States.

National Association of Scholars 


Through our Academic Director in the United States, Dr. Gustavo Teixeira, CBI OF MIAMI is an associate member of the National Association of Scholars.  
The National Association of Scholars is a non-profit organization that seeks to reform higher education by upholding standards of an education that promotes intellectual freedom, searches for truth, and promotes virtuous citizenship through the academic freedom of faculty and students. 
The neutrality of the university with freedom from ideological imposition to prioritize education as the main objective of the academy, providing an understanding of the nature of democratic institutions, including representative government, defending the principles of the rule of law, and taking a positive role in shaping life public.

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Autism Society of America (ASA)


Through our Academic Director in the United States, Dr. Gustavo Teixeira, CBI OF MIAMI is an associate member of the Autism Society of America. 
The Autism Society of America has been improving the lives of autistic people for over 50 years. It envisions a world where individuals and families living with autism can maximize their quality of life, get treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society where their talents and skills are appreciated and valued. 
Founded in 1965 by Dr. Bernard Rimland, Dr. Ruth Sullivan, and many other parents of children with autism, the Autism Society is the premier source of authoritative information about autism spectrum disorder worldwide.

Excellence International Certificate

The Excellence International Certificate issued by CBI of Miami is an assurance of quality to teachers, mental health professionals and families around the world.


To obtain the certification, you must participate in at least 80% of the training workload and complete all the assignments during the course. The courses are 100% online.




CBI of Miami has a multinational teaching methodology inspired by American and European universities, which ensures that students really learn the most from each module.

In each module there is a work cycle that optimizes the memorization of the content, helping to acquire short-term and long-term memory. 

First Stage: Video Lessons

The first stage of each module consists of recorded classes with experts. In this phase, the focus is on short-term memory.

Second Stage: Articles and Cases

The second stage is the application of learned theory. Students receive articles, real cases and readings that tell how theory is applied in many situations. In this part of the course, knowledge begins to be transfer from short-term memory to long-term memory.

Third Stage: Hangout

The third stage consists of live Hangouts with experts at the end of the training. It is a dynamic Q&A chat with the students (questions and answers chat). At this stage, knowledge passes to long-term memory.

Fourth Stage: Evaluation

Finally, the evaluation happens. At this stage, the students take a basic test to re-check if knowledge has been retained in their long-term memory.

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