The AFH Administrator Training (AFH 52-hour class) is one of the mandatory classes required by DSHS for providers who wish to apply for a license to open an Adult Family Home and must be successfully taken prior to applying for a license. (See Washington Administrative Code [WAC] 388-76-10060).
Examples of Topics Covered
- Instruction on the inspection processes required for licensing
- Aspects of what is needed to run a business: for example, readiness, feasibility, marketing and finance
- Laws and regulations relating to staffing, residents rights, assessments, medication administration, recreational activities, nutrition, building inspection and the initial inspection
AFH Administration Training
The Administrator Training is a 52-hour in-class program that is held on the North Seattle College campus. Students will earn 5 college credits upon successful completion. All training materials are provided. Each student receives a certificate upon successful completion of the course, and this certificate has no expiration date.
Prerequisite: Take the CASAS test to evaluate English and math; show transcripts showing college-level English and math or Washington State Department of Health license.
For those who are currently AFH resident managers, this course is strongly suggested, but not required by DSHS.
Online training is not available for this class.
To get more information (including dates, times and price) and how to register for Administrator Training, please follow the steps on the information sheet.
All of our instructors are current AFH providers and active members of the Adult Family Home Council (AFHC).
If the information sheet does not provide all the information needed, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206)-934-3705.
Please do not contact OCE&E Educational Services for information about this class.
Continuing Education offers a one-day orientation class that is strongly advised before deciding to enroll in the Adult Family Home Administration Class. You will find information about the orientation class here. Both classes are required for licensing.