Date(s) - 11/12/2018 - 11/16/2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Colorado Gerontological Society is a certified provider of the 40-hour Assisted Living Facility Administrator Training required for licensure of assisted living facilities in Colorado. Trainings are offered on a quarterly basis, as a five-day consolidated course. Total cost is for the course is $825 which includes CGS membership, class materials, lunches and refreshments. Participants must register for the complete five-day course. Partial registrations will not be accepted.
The maximum class size is 20 participants. The fourth quarter training will be from November 12 – 16, 2018 at Parkplace Senior Living, 111 Emerson St, Denver, 80218.
This schedule is preliminary and may be subject to change. This is in no way a guarantee of offered courses or time/date of instruction.
- A Roadmap to the Basics of Operating an Assisted Living Residence – The New Rules
- Caring for Residents in a Culturally Appropriate Environment
- Assessing and Discharging Residents
- Resident Rights – Ensuring Residents Experience Dignity and Self-Worth
- Kitchens and Food Requirements
- Management and Administration Requirements
- Contracting with Outside Agencies
- Having an Effective Human Resource Program
- Staff Retention and Training
- Quality Management Programs And Your Business
Refund Policy: All cancellations must be received in writing five days prior to the session. A $100 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations. Refunds will be made approximately thirty days after the training. Individuals who cancel less than one week prior to training start will not be entitled to a refund.
Returned Check Policy: There will be a $35 charge for dishonored or returned checks.
Proof of Identity:The State requires that all registrants must prove identity to receive a certificate of participation of the Administrator training. During the training, please show a current Colorado’s Driver’s License, Current Colorado non-driver identification card; current US federal, state or local government-issued identification (including military); current tribal enrollment card with photo or other form of photo tribal identification; current passport, or current student identification. Copies will be kept on file. Individuals will be required to sign a State Approved Form documenting they have shown proof of identity.