Maintaining CDAL Certification
SLCC’s goals for recertification are to promote continued competence and proficiency as the assisted living industry and the role of its executive directors continue to evolve. CDAL recertification provides added incentive to stay current with best practices and gain a broader view of the industry. Recertification contributes to the collective reputation of CDALs as the leaders in managing the delivery of quality care in assisted living.
SLCC has adopted a three-year recertification schedule based on the rate of change for the senior living industry and the continued evolution of best practices. In general, CDALs must earn 30 continuing education units (CEUs) from approved providers within a three-year period, and complete the recertification application process to maintain certification in good standing.
Please review the CDAL Candidate Handbook for detailed information related to maintaining CDAL certification.
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