Congratulations you are registered to take the 35-hour course to become an administrator of an Adult Residential Facility for clients ages 18-59.
Course Days in Bellfower are:
Day 1: 8 AM to 6 PM
Day 2: 8 AM to 6 PM
Day 3: 8 AM to 6 PM
Day 4: 8 AM to 5 PM
Lunch Break 30 Minutes at 12 PM and two 15 minutes breaks.
If you are more than 15 minutes late you will not be seated for the course.
Once logged in navigate to ARF ICTP
From here you will be able to view the course schedule in detail, download course workbook, access online practice questions and other content. You may want to download and print the outlines and bring them to class to follow along. Access is limited to 30 days from the last day of class (January 16, 2019).
The four-day course is an in-depth study of TITLE 22 Community Care Licensing Regulations as they pertain to the operation of a Licensed Adult Residential Facility. The course is not a study of Regional Center requirements or Title 17 Regulations.
More Practice Questions
I found these questions on the web. I have not reviewed them so I cannot recommend or in any way take responsibility for their accuracy. You may find them useful. I encourage you to check the accuracy of the answers.
Flash Cards on Quizlet (not vetted or reviewed)
To get credit and receive your certificate you will need to attend class the full day for all four days. If you leave early for any reason you will lose credit for the entire course. It is possible to do a makeup for one day. Be aware that makeup assignments are much harder and time-consuming than sitting in class. There is no such thing as partial credit for a day.
You have 60 days from the last day of course (December 14, 2018, to take the exam. You can take the exam a maximum of three times within the 60 days. You are responsible for scheduling your exam. To register for the exam click on this link. Questions regarding the exam schedule should be directed to Community Care Licensing 916.657.2592.
HIV AIDS TB Course
The HIV AIDS TB course is not included in your purchase. If you wish to take the HIV AIDS TB course you may purchase it here. The only reason you may need the HIV AIDS TB course is if you are planning to submit an application to license a physical property. You do not need the HIV AIDS TB course to receive your administrator certificate.
DSP training is a Regional Center requirement and in no way is associated with receiving your administrator certificate. If you think you need DSP training contact the Regional Center or the facility management you work for.