Register Today - 2022 Nurse Leadership Certificate Program Starts May 17

Registration closes soon for LeadingAge Minnesota’s Nurse Leadership Certificate Program – the premier training program for new and emerging nurse leaders in skilled care and assisted living settings. The series begins May 17 and is scheduled over five months, including in-person and virtual sessions.

A 30+ year track record of developing nurse leaders in our field precedes this year’s program. It prepares newer leaders to fully understand the scope and responsibilities of the role and build the skills that are essential to their success and the success of their organization.

Key topic areas include:

  • Understanding and growing into the role of the professional nurse leader
  • Leading a team, managing change, preparing for surveys
  • Learning all about budgets and reimbursement, clinical and quality processes, and human resources management

Here’s what one participant of the 2021 program had to say about the experience:

“Thank you for providing this truly beneficial opportunity. I feel like it will absolutely change my career as well as outcomes for the residents in my community.” -Karla Evenson, Director of Nursing, The Glenn Minnetonka

This exceptional program is offered only once a year, so reserve your spot today.

The Nurse Leadership Certificate Program is facilitated by Kari Everson, LeadingAge Minnesota's Vice President of Clinical Services and Nurse Consultant, joined by a host of seasoned professionals in the field serving as program faculty.

LeadingAge Minnesota acknowledges and thanks Silver Annual Sponsor Thrifty White Pharmacy and Bronze Annual Sponsor St. Croix Hospice for sponsoring this program series.

Find complete details and register here.

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