Whether you are an agency provider or an individual provider, our in person Home Care Aide training will develop your knowledge to excel as an elite care team member
About the HCA Program
The Home Care Aide basic training program is a 75- Hour course required by Washington State to provide the best quality of life through person-centered home care. The Home Care Aide program is a small, specialized course that starts at 5 students and caps out at 12 students in addition to being 100 % in person. No online theory, emailing questions or interrupted zoom classes. We are here for you.
This course was built to turn any Caregiver into a knowledgeable Home Care Aide. From learning Washington State law on Clients Rights to population specific education, Columbia Safety offers a 10-day fast track to the DSHS approved training needed to assist your loved one or lay down a solid foundation to build a career in the medical field. At this moment, more people are wanting to stay home and not be admitted into a facility so the employment outlook for an HCA in Washington State is by far one of the fastest growing careers currently. It is Columbia Safety’s mission to provide Washington State with an elite care team capable of providing safety, dignity, and independence to any vulnerable person.
Sign up for our next available training and complete your payment online (classes will be held in person). Our next cohort is May 2023!
Be ready to learn and on time each day for in person learning and hands on skills. Skills require Non skid closed toed shoes and a student can not be injured (ie. cast, sling, etc.) to perform these skills. We take health very seriously and would not want to see further damage done.
After completing the class, turn your certificate of completion into the Department of Health (DOH) with your application (if you have not done so already) and await for your testing email.
To be accepted into the program, applicants must:
Home Care Aide 75 Hour TrainingComplete your training in 10 days!
Career orientation and safety
Introduction to who is a client
Blood borne pathogens
Assist with Medication