This course is on-line. The Oklahoma Home Care Act, Oklahoma Statute Title 63 requires certification for Home Care Administrators. Students learn the fundamental skills required of a home care administrator, including applicable state and federal law and regulation, ethics, financial management, human resource management and leadership skills. This course satisfies the statutory 160 hour requirement for home care administrator preparedness, through a combination of classroom studies, on-line study, activities, and interaction, completion of a Master Project, and 16 hours of required practicum. In addition, students will prepare to sit for the Oklahoma Home Care Administrator Preparedness examination (the OHCAPA). Students are required to meet on the first class date of class to pick up their books, and log into the On-line system. There will also be two other class meetings that will be announced by the instructor on the first class meeting. The rest of the class is done On-line.
We proudly offer short-term class discounts for lifelong learners, full-time NPS and MPS employees, as well as valued service members, veterans, and their spouses. Learn about our short-term class discount program.