Last Update: 6/30/17

Chapter 388-829 WAC

COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL SERVICE BUSINESS TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

WAC Sections

SECTION I - PURPOSE AND DEFINITIONS
What is the purpose of this chapter?
Who do the training requirements in this chapter apply to?
What definitions apply to this chapter?
What training is required for individuals hired or contracted to work in DDA community residential settings as a direct support professional (DSP) or ISS staff on or after January 1, 2016?
What is the seventy-five hour certificate?
What documentation is required to show completion of the seventy-five hour training?
Does an individual's seventy-five hour training certificate transfer to another employer and how long is it valid?
Who is exempt from the DDA community residential seventy-five hour training requirement?
SECTION II - SEVENTY-FIVE HOUR CERTIFICATE
What are the training requirements for exempt individuals hired on or after January 1, 2016?
May training entities use their own orientation and safety content?
SECTION III - ORIENTATION AND SAFETY
What is basic training?
How are training entities and instructors for DDA community residential settings approved?
What are the qualifications for on-the-job training, including client-specific training?
What are the requirements for DDA community residential instructors to teach the DDA forty-hour residential training?
What is nurse delegation core training?
May nurse delegation core training and specialized diabetes training occur in the same year as basic training?
What is continuing education?
How many hours of continuing education must DDA community residential staff complete each year?
SECTION IV - BASIC TRAINING
May staff repeat courses for continuing education (CE)?
What information must a training entity include on continuing education (CE) certificates?
May DSHS deny or terminate a training contract or rescind its approval of an instructor or training entity?
May qualified instructors use CE curriculum with a DDA or ALTSA approval code?
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