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RCFE Administrator Certification

Our Residential Care for the Elderly (RCFE) Initial Certification Training Program (ICTP) is for anyone who wants to enter the rapidly growing field of assisted living and residential care management. This RCFE Initial Certification Training Program (ICTP) meets California DSS’ training requirements and prepares you to pass the state exam. Topics covered include client care, medications, staffing, clinical needs, management and regulations. RCFE frequently asked questions.

Prerequisite for RCFE ICTP

Beginning November 1, 2017, the online 20 hour coursework MUST be completed prior to attending the first day of the live RCFE Initial Certification Training Program. You will have to show your certificate of completion to the instructor upon arrival and will not be admitted to the class without it.

Students attending any ICTP RCFE live class between now and June 10, 2019, must complete all live class days and the 20 hour online requirement prior to June 16, 2019, as new content will be forthcoming beginning June 17, 2019.

RCFE Initial Certification Training Program (ICTP) Pricing

Administrator certification training includes 6 days of in-class training and 20 hours of online training for a total of 80 hours.

Price: $559

ARF or RCFE Administrator Qualifications?

To become a Certified RCFE Administrator you must meet the qualifications outlined in regulation 87405. And to be certified as an ARF Administrator you must meet the qualifications outlined in regulation 85064. For both, this includes being at least 21 years of age; having a high school diploma, GED, or equivalent; and having the knowledge and ability to meet regulatory requirements and provide care and supervision. Administrators in communities of more than 15 residents must meet additional education requirements.

Steps to become a Certified RCFE Administrator

STEP 1: Register for a class listed on the calendar below.
STEP 2: Complete the 20-hour online training before first day of class.
STEP 3: Attend all classes for a certificate and pass the state exam.
               Review our class attendance and cancellation policy.
STEP 4: Submit your application to the Department of Social Services.