83.15 Administrator Course
WALA 83.15 Department Approved Administrator Course
WALA is excited to announce the FIRST department approved 60-hour administrator course offered in Wisconsin (BAL approval #001). To date, WALA is the only association that offers this state-approved course for Assisted Living administrators. This course covers topics, concepts and best practices specific to administrators working in a CBRF.
Who Should Attend?
This training is designed and approved by the state to assist those wishing to become an administrator of a CBRF as outlined in 83.15. This course is also beneficial for those wishing to stay current in continuing education in the Assisted Living industry in Wisconsin.
Do you need this course? Answer yes or no to the statements below to find out!
- I have an associate degree or higher from an accredited college in a health care related field.
- I have a bachelor's degree in a field other than health care from an accredited college and one year experience working in a health care related field having direct contact with one or more of the client groups identified in DHS 83.02(16).
- I have a bachelor's degree in a field other than health care from an accredited college AND have successfully completed a department-approved assisted living administrator's training course.
- I have at least two years experience working in a health care related field having direct contact with one or more of the client groups identified under DHS 83.02(16)AND have successfully completed a department-approved assisted living administrator's training course.
- I have a valid nursing home administrator's license issued by the department of regulation and licensing.
- I am a person listed as a qualified administrator on record with the department of a CBRF on April 1, 2009.
If you answered no to all of the statements above, register for this course today!
This course will be offered for three consecutive days over a period of three consecutive weeks for a combined total of 66 training hours. Instruction in each core topic may be delivered by PowerPoint presentation/lecture, individual assignment work, role-play activities, case study review, movie clips or other various interactive activities to engage the adult learner.
At the conclusion of each course week, participants will be given a multiple-choice Learning Assessment based on the curriculum presented that week. Each Learning Assessment will be offered as "open book". The Learning Assessments will be scored as a cumulative grade to determine a final completion score. For more information on the Learning Assessment, please review the Participant Guidelines.
Registrations will be processed on a first come first serve basis. In order to be considered for registration, payments for the course must be received in full. Participants may register for this course in one of four ways: internet, fax, telephone, or U.S. mail. After the registration information and payment has been submitted and processed, your registration will be confirmed. Participants will receive their confirmation email with further course information.
We strongly encourage you to read through all the information provided below prior to registering for this course.
- Participant Guidelines (PDF)
- FAQs (PDF)
- Course Agenda (PDF)
- State Outline of Core Criteria Covered (PDF)
- Locations & Directions (PDF)
Week 1: April 9, 10, 11
Week 2: April 16, 17, 18
Week 3: April 23, 24, 25
Location: Green Bay
Week 1: October 8, 9, 10
Week 2: October 15, 16, 17
Week 3: October 22, 23, 24