The Georgia Association of Community Care Providers (GACCP) - Private Home Care Provider (PHCP) Personal Care Assistant (PCA) Competency Test is approved by the State of Georgia, Department of Human Resources, Office of Regulatory Services. [See PHCP Rules Sec. 290.5-54-.09(5)(c)]
The test is FREE to any GACCP Provider Member, to use during the calendar year for which the GACCP PHCP MEMBERS dues are current.
For Private Home Care Providers, which are NOT MEMBERS, the test may be purchased online from GACCP.
The GACCP PCA Test is Copyrighted and Property of GACCP. Unauthorized use will be dealt with according to applicable laws. Any PHCP using this test agrees to abide by the conditions of use herein, or as may be later established.
The PCA Test consists of three parts: Part 1 – Written Examination and Parts 2 & 3 – Practical Tests.
To begin testing, GACCP members may provide access to employees by first inviting them to create a member login. Non-members may purchase access to the test. For assistance, please contact email@example.com
Please note: With the transition of our website, we have also transitioned to a new testing platform for the PCA test. The functionality is not the same as what we previously had, and we recognize the loss of some functionality may not be ideal. Members extending invitations to current/potential employees are not able to see test results, test statuses, or print certificates. This also applies to tests taken prior to the website transition.
After completing the test, the test taker will have the option to print, download, or email their results. We encourage you to request the individuals you are extending the test to for them to share their results with you.
We are available to assist you with providing scores and certificates upon request. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, email, and estimated test completion date of the test taker for which you are requesting the test score, certificate, or completion status. GACCP can only provide certificates from tests taken and passed within the last 5 years.