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Housing Managers' Education Series
Part II of II—The Housing Managers’ Education Series is one of Care Providers of Minnesota’s most popular and longest-running programs. The four-day certificate program is designed for housing professionals trying to manage the multitude of tasks they face every day, nursing facility Administrators considering expansion into senior housing and home care, nurses looking for a greater understanding of the role of the housing manager, and other interested staff.
Housing managers wear many different hats—from business manager to marketer, program director to human resource director, landlord to maintenance staff—with many tasks in between. Throughout the four days of this series, attendees will learn from experts in the field, as well as from the experiences of colleagues. The
HOUSING MANAGERS' EDUCATION SERIES
is a comprehensive learning experience and a worthy career and business investment.
HOUSING MANAGERS' EDUCATION SERIES
is designed to fulfill
of the 30 hours of the Housing with Services Manager continuing education requirements. Participants also receive
hours of dementia-compliant education.
Note: this certificate program is created for the
housing manager/executive director. While there are updates and new sessions each year, the core curriculum stays consistent. The Housing Managers’ Education Series is not meant for annual attendance.
Show Me the Money—Payment Sources
Growing a Healthy Relationship with Your Nurse Manager
Marketing a Senior Community
Fundamentals of Landlord–Tenant Law
Survey Preparation and Success
Senior Housing and Emergency Planning
Keep Calm and Carry On: Learning to THRIVE During Changing Times
Human Resource Management
Legal Issues for the Housing Manager
Quality Initiatives in Senior Housing
Hospice in Senior Living: Balancing Risk and Reward
Successful Communication Strategies with Those with Dementia
Addressing Complaints: When, How, and Why?
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Care Providers of Minnesota has a room block at the Embassy Suites for $139 per room, per night. Please reserve your accommodations early and mention
Care Providers of Minnesota/Housing Managers’ Education Series
to receive this rate. Call Embassy Suites Hotel at 763-560-2700 or 1-800-362-2779.
CUT-OFF DATES FOR THIS BLOCK ARE MAY 15 AND JUNE 19
—you must reserve your hotel by the cut-off dates to ensure a room.
June 6–7, 2018
July 11–12, 2018
Embassy Suites North
6300 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center [
9:00 AM–4:15 PM (8:30 AM check-in on June 6 and July 11)
$600 per Care Providers of Minnesota member participant
$750 per prospective member participant
(includes course materials, CEUs, continental breakfasts, lunches, and refreshments)
24 clock/contact hours
The Minnesota Board of Nursing has adopted new rules regarding continuing education requirements for nurses. The contact hour is now defined as 60 minutes (previously it was 50 minutes).
To get added to the waiting list, please email Cara Tuenge:
7/11/2018 - 7/12/2018
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