Okla. Admin. Code § 490:15-1-3 - Minimum qualifications for an individual applicant to meet certification requirements for a Certified Assistant Administrator (CAA)
Current through Register Vol. 39, No. 2, October 1, 2021
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490:15-1-3. Minimum qualifications for an individual applicant to meet certification requirements for a Certified Assistant Administrator (CAA)
(a) In addition to the general requirements for administrators found at OAC 490:10-1-2.1, each applicant seeking certification as having met the minimum qualifications to be able to serve as a CAA shall meet the requirements in this Section.
(b) In order to qualify to receive certification from the Board that the individual met the minimum qualifications to be able to serve as CAA, each applicant must provide evidence satisfactory to the Board of the following:
(1) Successful completion of a high school education and receipt of a high school diploma, or receipt of his G.E.D.;
(2) Successful completion of Administrators University (AU);
(3) Receipt of a passing score on the current Oklahoma State Standards examination; and either
(i) One (1) year of current management, leadership or supervisory experience in a long term care facility; OR
(ii) Successful completion of Board sanctioned Administrator-in-Training (AIT) program.
[Source: Added at 25 Ok Reg 2577, eff 7-11-08; Amended at 26 Ok Reg 2721, eff 7-25-09; Amended at 29 Ok Reg 1350, eff 7-1-12; Amended at 34 Ok Reg 1870, eff 9-11-17; Amended at 35 Ok Reg 1904, eff 10-1-18]