In response to the state of Maryland’s new assisted living manager certification regulations, AACC is pleased to offer two new state-approved courses—the 80-hour training course for new managers and the 20-hour recertification courses for existing managers.
These face-to-face continuing education courses are held on the Arnold campus and at Glen Burnie Town Center. To receive your certification, you must attend all courses and pass the final exam.
ALM-501 Assisted Living Manager
ALM-502 Assisted Living Manager Update
The 80-hour certification course includes instruction on business management and operation, admission and discharge criteria, clinical management of residents and emergency planning. The 20-hour update course covers philosophy of care, the aging process, service plans and the management of a clinical environment.
Employment of medical and health services managers in Maryland is expected to grow by 15 percent through 2027. Job opportunities should be good, especially for applicants with work experience in the health care field and strong business management skills. The median earnings for health service managers is approximately $96,000 a year.
Source: Emsi 2018.4
$325 for Anne Arundel County residents for the 20-hour course and $950 for the 80-hour course Prices are subject to change.
Anyone age 16 years old or older can enroll in either of these courses, but to achieve certification, students must be 21 years old or older and have a high school diploma or GED. Students seeking re-certification may be required to have a four-year college degree, two years experience in a health care related field and one year of experience as an assisted living program manager or alternate assisted living manager.
The courses on this page are noncredit, meaning you won’t earn college credit toward a degree. You don’t need to apply. Just choose a program or course that interests you, and check the noncredit schedule for a class that fits your schedule. Note the course number, section number and start date and register through our online portal, MyAACC.
For help, email or call the Instructional Support Center at 410-777-2325.