Long Term Care Management
Due to the aging population and the commitment from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to provide long-term care beds in Ontario, there is an increasing demand for qualified long-term care administrators and general managers.
Led by instructors with industry expertise, this series of courses focuses on developing the skills required to manage long-term care facility operations, including sales and marketing, human resources and labour relations, resident-centered care, nutrition, financial management and more!
You do not need to apply to begin this program, simply ensure you meet the admission requirements (listed on the Admissions & Registration tab) and then you may register for any available courses.
If you have any questions about this program, please do not hesitate to reach out to us!
Admission & Registration
- A degree, diploma or certificate in a relevant field.
You do not need to apply to begin this program. Start by ensuring you meet the admission requirements listed above and then register for the courses listed in the Program of Studies when they are offered. Some courses have prerequisites, so please check the Program of Studies for details. Find out how to register for a course.
Program of Studies
Completion Requirement: 7 courses.
For the most current course availability, scheduling and fee information please see the Continuing Education Catalogue.
|Course Number||Course Name||Hours||Description|
|HLTH10110||Operational Overview in Long-term Care||42||
Examine client-centered care, with emphasis on the role of governments, and funding in the health services, legal responsibilities, legal responsibilities in meeting standards, and strategic use of information technology.
|BUSN10093||Sales and Marketing in Long Term Care Management||42||
Explore consumer-based services marketing and sales in Long Term Care and Retirement Communities industry. Focus on consumer behaviour, marketing plan, market segmentation, the marketing mix, and sales principles.
|HRES10020||HR and Labour Relations in Retirement Communities Management||42||
Examine the human resources framework with emphasis on obtaining and retaining competent employees. Topics include compensation and benefits, the Human Rights Code and other relevant legislation, and collective agreements.
Analyze various issues in resident centered care, including current changes in health delivery, organizational structures and operational management and implications for nursing practice.
|HLTH10109||Food Nutrition & Hospitality Management for Retirement||42||
Investigate nutrition for seniors, with emphasis on health and well being, food service, MOH dietary standards, and organizational, team building and communication skills.
|FINC10008||Financial Management (Retirement Communities/Long Term Care)||42||
Learn to use financial management and budgeting tools common to the private and not for profit sectors. Canadian financial infrastructure, funding and health care system also receive emphasis.
|HLTH10220||Healthy Adult Aging||42||
Examine the normal physiological, social and spiritual changes affecting aging adults using Holistic Approach to wellness. Additional topics include spirituality, changing requirements for physical activity, and health promotion measures.