In this module, participants will receive a comprehensive overview of long-term care and seniors' housing management from AdvantAge Ontario CEO Lisa Levin and an introduction to the key skills that managers need to succeed.
Participants explore a manager's role in communicating both within a team and across an organization, with a focus on ensuring that messages are not only shared but also received.
What makes us thrive? How do we strengthen our weaknesses? In this module, participants learn how to motivate and engage staff teams in long-term care and seniors' housing organizations.
Each participant is paired with an experienced consultant for two coaching sessions, which create a safe place for participants to reflect and ask questions related to their unique challenges and professional development.
High-performing managers know how to delegate. In this module, participants learn to set clear expectations and lead their team toward greater independence and meaningful collaboration.
These popular gatherings offer a relaxed atmosphere for facilitated group discussions, where all participants learn from each other, build confidence, strengthen leadership and management skills, and talk shop.
Who Is It For?
What Participants Are Saying
"It was very relevant to our organization's needs, with practical tools I felt confident implementing. It was also facilitated very well, professionalism and passion came throughout the training."
~ Program Participant
"I was able to increase my knowledge and acquire practical strategies to apply in the various areas."
~ Program Participant
"Things are starting to change for the better. I talk more openly with my colleagues and I trust that I can tell you anything and you'll respond and support us."
~ Staff Member Managed by Program Participants
The AdvantAge Ontario Long-Term Care Management Training Program is uniquely designed for long-term care and seniors' housing managers. Sessions include sector-specific case studies that are highly relevant to participants' day-to-day experience, and facilitators have not-for-profit and/or long-term care experience.
The AdvantAge Ontario Long-Term Care Management Training Program includes four, three-hour learning modules that take place over a four-month period on Zoom. Each module includes take-home tools and guides so participants can apply their learning at work. In addition, participants can take advantage of two, one-on-one coaching sessions during which they can work on a skill of their choosing. The course also includes a special welcome session hosted by AdvantAge Ontario CEO Lisa Levin and two virtual coffee houses hosted by LTC and seniors' housing veterans, where participants can get to know each other, ask questions, and talk shop. Upon completion, participants are awarded a digital certificate.
The Long-Term Care Management Training Program accepts rolling admissions based on availability.
Upcoming dates are listed below, please click on a session of interest to see meeting dates.
There are no prerequisites to take part in the program. The program is designed for managers, supervisors and team leads at any stage of their career, from those just starting out to those with many years of experience. You do not need a diploma or degree to take part in the program.
The Management Training Program is a small, intimate group of between 10 and 25 participants. The small class size facilitates better learning.
The program costs $1,995 for AdvantAge Ontario members.
Yes. The LTC Management Training Program is open exclusively to AdvantAge Ontario Full Members. AdvantAge Ontario Personal Members do not qualify for the member rate. For membership information, please contact Chris Noone at email@example.com.
For more information on this an other AdvantAge Ontario programs, please contact Education Project Lead Valerie Di Bratto at firstname.lastname@example.org.