Message from the Executive Director
Welcome to the Board of Examiners of Nursing Care Institution Administrators and Assisted Living Facility Managers website. The site was designed and continues to improve with consumers and licensees in mind. The website contains a variety of information including a searchable directory of administrators and managers, forms such as applications, our laws and rules, Board meeting dates, and the members who are appointed by the Governor to serve on this Board.
NCIA News and Updates
DPS fingerprinting goes paperless. Initial and renewal of clearance card applications can now be done online and then go have your finger prints live scanned and electronically submitted. Click to read the press release.
Caregiver and Manager Training Programs:
Click to view a list of approved caregiver training programs and their program pass rate.
Click to view a list of approved manager training programs and their program pass rate.
If you have a question about a training certificate contact our office at 602-364-2374.
Verification of training certificate after 8/3/13 can be checked at the following website: https://az.tmuniverse.com/
New and renewal of fingerprint clearance cards is taking DPS up to 3 months to process. DPS telephone number for application is, 602-223-2279
DPS now has a website to check on fingerprint clearance card status
Continuing Education for Attending a Board Meeting:
Receive three hours of continuing education, at no charge, for attending a Board meeting.
Click to view exam results
You can also view meeting agendas and minutes, Board disciplinary actions, and there is a searchable directory for current continuing education courses.
My vision is to see that this Board moves forward, efficiently, economically and technologically in every way to accomplish the Board’s mission.
The mission of the Board is to protect the health, welfare, and safety of Arizona citizens who seek and use the services of nursing care institution administrators and assisted living facility managers.
The Board licenses nursing care institution administrators and certifies assisted living facility managers. The licensing and certification process helps ensure that qualifications, competency and standards are met. The Board investigates all complaints, and enforces the practice standards of the Administrators and Managers. The Board also approves continuing education courses to make sure quality and useful education is being taught.