Residential Services Curriculum 40 Hour Core Training
All classroom trainings have been suspended at this time, however virtual opportunities are now available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for additional details. This website will be updated when trainings resume.
This class is offered VIRTUALLY on the following dates:
Chapter 9: Healthcare / Health Management (4 CE Hours)
• Monday, November 23 10a-1p
• Tuesday, November 24 2p-5p
• NO FRIDAY CLASS THIS WEEK DUE TO HOLIDAY
NO CLASS DURING THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 29 – DECEMBER 4
Chapter 10: Medication Management (2.5 CE Hours)
• Monday, December 7 10a-1p
• Tuesday, December 5 2p-5p
• Friday, December 11 12p-3p
Chapter 11: Emergency Procedures (3 CE Hours)
• Monday, December 14 10a-1p
• Tuesday, December 15 2p-5p
• Friday, December 18 12p-3p
NO CLASSES DURING THE WEEKS OF DECEMBER 21 – JANUARY 1
Chapter 13: Confidentiality (HIPAA) (1.5 CE Hours)
• Monday, January 4 10a-1p
• Tuesday, January 5 2p-5p
• Friday, January 8 12p-3p
Chapter 14: Mandatory Reporting (2 CE Hours)
• Monday, January 11 10a-1p
• Tuesday, January 12 2p-5p
• Friday, January 15 12p-3p
This week long class provides an in-depth look at the supports provided to individuals with I/DD in Washington State. We will provide training on Residential Services Guidelines, Individual Plans, Behavior Support, Mandated Reporting, and much more through the use of interactive learning and personal experiences.
The Residential Services Curriculum meets the requirements set forth in WAC 388-829, including the Personal Skills Acquisition and Support course.
*This class is also offered exclusively for Deaf staff – depending on the number of registered participants, PSRS will determine if a full deaf class is needed, or if Deaf participants will attend the class with interpreters.
Class is from 9am – 5pm all days, with a 30-minute lunch break. Students must attend the entire week of classes to receive a certificate. Fulfills the 40hr Residential Services Curriculum Training (CORE) required by DDA for Supported Living Providers. Class includes Skills Lab. *CE classes may be available based on class size – contact us for details.
No charge to agency for DDA contracted agency employees attended the course in it's entirety. This includes all virtual chapters as they are scheduled and then attendance to a scheduled in-person Skills Lab when social distancing guidelines allow students to meet.
Individual Provider (IP) = $240
Students attending individual chapters = $6 per CE hour
Continuing Education: CE credits may be obtained for partial attendance on a case by case basis. Please contact email@example.com or 206.772.5700 x 112 to discuss.
About the Trainer
Krista Nieman is the Training Resource Manager for Puget Sound Regional Services. She has been in the field since 2000, starting as a Direct Support Professional in residential and vocational settings. Krista is an experienced trainer who believes in bringing fun and real-life experiences to her classes.
Gloria Spik Reis (Deaf class) grew up in the east, but came west in 2000. She fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and has been here ever since! Gloria has been with PSRS for 18 years and currently works as a Program Manager. She loves traveling, listening to music, reading and all things Dachshund.
Here’s what participants are saying
“Everything was very engaging and fun! This is the best training class I’ve attended by far.”
“This training has prepared me to better support my client every day.”
“The instructor is very nice and helpful. She had lots of great tips and scenarios.”
“This training was probably one of the best I’ve had! It was fun and something I looked forward to all week long.”