Obtaining Your RCFE Administrator Certification Expands Your Earning Potential

Draper Bowen

Do you hold an RCFE certificate? If you do, and you’ve been in the industry for a while, you might want to think about an upgrade. That’s right, increasing your worth and earning potential. How much, you might ask? Not quite, but nearly twice as much as a regular RCFE certification holder. Yes, RCFE Administrator Certification will increase your annual salary to nearly $120,000 on average. Are you starting to see why you should take your life and career to the next level?

If you already have your RCFE Certification and a few years of experience, getting your RCFE Administrator Certification is a piece of cake. And won’t that look great on a resume? You’ll have placed yourself in an entirely new category. Put your resume at the top of the pile right away. In California, new residential care facilities for the elderly (RCFE) are constantly opening. Each one requires an administrator, and medium and large facilities may require an assistant RCFE administrator; some very large facilities may require two.

What Does It Take to Become a Certified Administrator in California?

You’ll need to take some state-certified classes as well as some training. Some of it may be available online. A total of 80 hours are required. There is a lot to learn, and it is best to attend a top-rated school that can answer all of your questions, of which there will be many. The RCFE Administrator Certification is highly sought after in our industry; once you have it, a world of opportunity opens up, and a future salary well in excess of six figures could be yours.

If you go to Indeed.com and look at the job listings, you will be astounded. There’s a good chance you’ll come across job postings in your area. If you already work in a facility like this, this certification may be all you need to advance in your career. Once you have completed all of the requirements, you will be able to begin working as an assistant RCFE Administrator, which will be your first significant pay raise.

Not everyone is cut out to run a residential care facility for the elderly, but if you believe you are, you must complete these requirements in order to advance in the world. You owe it to yourself, your family, and, above all, your future. It’s time to take action. Be fantastic.