Assisted Living Program Courses
The following programs have been approved by the Board as meeting the minimum standard set in State Rules to provide education for Assisted Living Directors
Care Providers of Minnesota
Care Providers of Minnesota ALD Program Course
Care Providers of Minnesota LALD program highlights include a virtual program which is self-paced. It includes 120 plus hours of education, 130 plus on demand education modules which are available 24/7. Registrants will receive two digital handbooks with Minnesota module materials and Minnesota assisted living laws and regulations with unlimited access to education modules for 12 months. Program is hosted on Relias learning management platform that tracks module completion.
Care Providers offers a 40-hour Minnesota specific curriculum for Nursing Home Administrators wanting to become licensed as an Assisted Living Director.
For more information, visit the Care Providers of Minnesota website or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 952-854-2844.
Leading Age ALD Education Program
For the Core Curriculum of 80 hours, LeadingAge Minnesota has signed a contract with LeadingAge Michigan (LMI). They have signed a contract with the online training company Relias that LeadingAge will have access to. All of those online courses are NAB approved and include post tests for each one.
Leading Age offers a 40-hour Minnesota specific curriculum for Nursing Home Administrators wanting to become licensed as an Assisted Living Director.
Review the program here or send an email to email@example.com or call 651.603.3559 or 800.462.5368
University of Minnesota-Minneapolis
University of Minnesota Twin Cities ALD Program Course
Assisted Living Directors more and more lead complex organizations that provide many different types of services to residents and their families. This course is designed to meet the State of Minnesota’s Board of Executives for Long Term Services and Supports requirements for the Licensed Assisted Living Director. This course helps students understand aging as well as the operations and functions of assisted living communities, governance and leadership, administrative structures and responsibilities, and the roles of professional and non-professional staff.
The University of Minnesota offers the course “Management in Assisted Living and Senior Care Settings”, HSM 4586/6586, a three-credit online course as part of their nationally (NAB) accredited Health Service Executive accreditation. It can be taken as a stand-alone course to meet the Minnesota AL course requirement OR as part of the HSE/LNHA track.
Review the program here or contact RaJean Moone, firstname.lastname@example.org