With the wrap up of our final spring course, ELDER is busy this summer working on next year’s CEUs for nurses, nursing home administrators, and social workers. In preparation for our Strategic Management Track launching in the fall, we’ve also been reviewing feedback from our students. So, what do our participants think? They say our courses are…
-“timely and relevant to managerial challenges we all face.”
-“an important reminder to focus on a specific measurable goal that supports the bigger strategic picture rather than executing day to day tasks.”
-“great for networking and for exchanging ideas.”
Since launching our very first course, our participants have provided helpful feedback. Based on group evaluations, we’re streamlining our management education experience to maximize learning and minimize travel time. In our upcoming Strategic Management Track, students can expect:
For some of the trickier assignments, we’ll have step-by-step instructions on how to complete the work!
Greater % online content
Though some of our course material is best shared in person, a majority of it is just as effective presented online. We’ve moved more content online, and will be requiring only one live meeting per course. You said: we love being together, but we could take more courses if they were available online.
What else to expect in our newest learning track? A cohort of managers who’ll take all 5 mini courses together. Our classes are known for great discussion with peers from other organizations in the continuum, action learning, and learning from leaders in your field. A cohort will provide a deeper sense of understanding and camaraderie amongst participants.
We’d like to thank our participants and instructors for a great year. For more information about ELDER, click here. Check back for more ELDER updates next week!