Initial Certification Training Program ARF is a 35-hour course that prepares you to become an administrator of a residential care facility for clients ages 18-59.
The first step in opening a facility is to become a certified administrator. California law requires that every facility that provides care and supervision to disabled adults must be operated by a certified administrator. To become a certified administrator, you must complete the Initial Certification Training Program ARF from an approved vendor. On completion of the Certification Training Program, the next step is to take a 50 question test at the Community Care Licensing office. On passing the test DPSS/Community Care Licensing will issue you your Administrator Certificate.
Certificate: Certificate issued on the last day of class.
Title 22 Regulations, Practice Questions, and Course Outlines are provided on registration. We do not ship out or print any materials. You are responsible for printing out Title 22 and Practice Question prior to class.
The course focus is on learning Title 22 Regulations for the purpose of passing the state exam and operating an Adult Residential Facility. This course does not cover Title 17 or Regional Center Material other than in the business section for How To Become a Vendor with RC.
You are enrolling in the 35 Hours Initial Certification ARF Training Course to become an administrator an Adult Residential Facility for clients between the ages of 18-59