The length of the certification process depends on each participants availability to train onsite at an adult care home location. Once all application criteria is completed & submitted, DHSR may take up to 30-days (COVID-19 Delay) to process and send out your administrator certificate.
Each administrator applicant must successfully complete 20-hours of "in-class" instruction, and 100- hours of "on-the-job" training at an adult care home.
No. The administrator training program approves adult care home administrators to precept students in their program. Potential preceptors should be submitted to the program director prior to starting the 100-hours of "on-the-job" training.
Yes, The administrator training program aides participants in locating a preceptor. The responsibility of connecting with potential preceptors lies with administrator in training participants. The program does not guarantee field placement for participants, as finding a preceptor is much like finding a job, it is up to the adult care home administrator, and is highly based on A.I.T. participants presentation and professionalism!
The administrator training is a key component of the administrator application. It is recommended that you take the administrator training as the 1st step to ensure that you have all the information you need for the next steps in training, testing, and certification.
The administrator exam can be taken at any time. It is recommended that applicants take the administrator training 1st for exam success strategies.