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Assisted Living Director Licensing Course

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    IMPORTANT: The Assisted Living Director Licensing Course MUST be purchased by the account that wishes to be enrolled. Transfers of the purchased course are not allowed.

    This course is designed to meet the educational requirements for individuals preparing to be licensed as assisted living directors and as specified in Minnesota Rule Chapter 6400. It has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Executives for Long-Term Services and Supports (MN-BELTSS) the state board that licenses AL directors and LTC administrators. Applicants must complete a 120-hour course of study with the components listed below and pass an exam for each course as part of the pathway to becoming a licensed Assisted Living (AL) director (LALD).

    Minnesota Curriculum (Part 1) – A minimum of 40 hours in subjects necessary to perform the duties of an assisted living director in Minnesota. Our course provides 46 hours.

    CORE and RCAL Curriculum (Part 2) – A minimum of 80 hours in core subjects necessary to perform LALD duties. Our course provides 88 hours.

    This Assisted Living Director Licensing Course is completely virtual, online, and self-paced. Students have 18 months from date of enrollment to complete the coursework.

    •Individuals permitted as Assisted Living Directors in Residence (ALDIR)
    •Individuals currently working in older adult services settings
    •Individuals not working in the field but interested in becoming a licensed assisted living director