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February 13, 2006

Executive Education Courses Return to Erickson School of Aging Studies, March 22-25

"Organizational Excellence and Continuous Quality Improvement" is 2nd in 2006 Series of Seven Courses

CONTACT: Mike Lurie Office: 410-455-6380 Cellphone: 443-695-0262 mlurie@umbc.edu


The Erickson School of Aging Studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) teams once again with the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) to offer a set of Executive Development courses. The series continues at UMBC on March 22-25 with a four-day seminar, “Organizational Excellence and Continuous Quality Improvement in Seniors Housing & Care.”

The seminar is the second of seven, four-day Executive Education seminars which the Erickson School at UMBC will host through Nov. 4, 2006. A complete schedule and overview of the full 2006 series is available at the bottom of this advisory.

“Organizational Excellence and Continuous Quality Improvement in Seniors Housing & Care” will be led by Anthony Ingelido, former Vice President of Organizational Excellence at Asbury Services and current Director of Quality Assurance at Intellidyne. Guest speakers will include a variety of other experts from the seniors housing and care industry.

NIC, a presenting partner with the Erickson School of Aging Studies at UMBC, brings to this seminar and the rest of the 2006 Executive Education series a legacy of expertise in the field of senior living executive development. The series will be held at the Erickson School, known for training emerging industry leaders in the burgeoning seniors housing and care business.

“NIC is proud to have created with UMBC the premier, advanced-level program for executives in the industry,” says Tony Mullen, Acting Director of Executive Education at the Erickson School and the NIC Research Director. “The courses are truly advanced-level material with many examples of best practices in the field taught by recognized industry leaders. The sharing among the different companies that attend is exceptional and a unique benefit in and of itself. There is nothing else like the program in the country today.”

About The Erickson School of Aging Studies:

The Erickson School of Aging Studies at UMBC was established in April 2004 with a $5 million commitment from John Erickson, CEO and founder of Erickson. The school focuses on credit and non-credit professional education, research and policy in aging services and care.

The Executive Development Program at the Erickson School of Aging Studies at UMBC is presented in partnership with NIC, a nonprofit organization that has been the leading source of business and financial information for the senior living industry since 1991. For the last six years, NIC has conducted executive development courses in operations, management, sales, marketing, development, finance and service quality for emerging industry leaders.

UMBC, an Honors University in Maryland, is a four-year, public research university that is home to leading experts on aging who are active in research, education and service in the field of gerontology. It is one of a handful of universities in the nation to offer a Ph.D. in Gerontology.

For further details, please call the Erickson School of Aging Studies at UMBC at 443-543-5622.

More information online at:
http://www.umbc.edu/erickson

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Upcoming NIC Executive Development Courses
At the Erickson School of Aging Studies at UMBC

Organizational Excellence and Continuous Quality Improvement
Led by Tony Ingelido, Vice President, Asbury Services, Inc.
March 22-25, 2006

Management and Operations
Led by Chris Hollister, CEO, Southern Assisted Living, Inc.
Date: May 17-20, 2006

Risk Management
Led by Allen Lynch, Partner, Nixon Peabody, LLP
June 7-10, 2006

Sales and Marketing
Led by David Smith, President, One on One, Service to Seniors
September 18-21, 2006

Posted by crose at February 13, 2006 4:11 PM