VIRTUAL CALM NEW License Weekend Training - Two 12-Hour Days, 6/10 and 6/11

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VIRTUAL CALM NEW License Weekend Training - Two 12-Hour Days, 6/10 and 6/11

NEW Texas Assisted Living License Training = Saturday, June 10th & Sunday, June 11th - 8 AM - 8 PM (working lunches both days)


When and where

Date and time

June 10 · 6am - June 11 · 6pm PDT



Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 1 day 12 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

TWO 12-Hour Class Days!


Working Lunches...and short Breaks throughout each day.

This Certified Assisted Living Manager (C.A.L.M.) 24-hour course covers the State of Texas' requirements for a NEW Assisted Living Manager, as well as teaching you the skills you need to succeed and thrive in this profession!

Lin O’Neill, MBA, C.A.L.M., CMCDP, CDP and CADDCT will personally teach this class.

Guest Speakers will be Subject Matter Experts.


All day 8 AM - 8 PM

DAY 1: Saturday, June 10th

DAY 2: Sunday, June 11th

Registration and networking. BYOB (breakfast) 7:30 AM

Classes start promptly at 8:00 AM. Arrivals after 8 AM may be denied class participation.

Have your lunch ready, because we'll have working lunches so we can finish at 8:00 PM both days.

Each Class Member will receive electronic copies of the materials.

Registration is complete once your information and payment are confirmed. No refunds.

Tickets $525

*** Early bird $425 through June 8th at 11:59 PM.

Classes are available in Spanish upon request (and scheduled in advance).

Both CEs and CEUs Available.

Questions? Contact Lin at (214) 557-6555 or

We look forward to seeing you online!

Visit our website to see other upcoming classes as they become available.

This training meets the requirements for Texas Department of (HHSC), Chapter 553, Licensing Standards for Assisted Living Facilities, §553.41(a)(1)(B), 24 hours of training for new managers.

About the organizer

Lin O’Neill has held Assisted Living Manager/Administrator Licenses in California and Texas since 2003. She also holds an Activity Director’s License in California. Her initial career was in the social work arena and her love of Seniors prompted her to work in this field.

Lin also has significant small business management training experience. 

She serves as Lead Faculty, DFW and National Programs for Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, empowering entrepreneurs to create jobs and economic opportunity. She is contracted by Interise to deliver the StreetWise Steps™ curriculum for the Small Business Administration in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. She instructs small business owners on strategy, finance, sales and marketing, and human resources. Lin worked with the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to deliver Kauffman organization’s established ScaleUp curriculum while coaching entrepreneurial participants regarding business planning and assisting with their introduction to entrepreneurial resources. Lin has taught Principles of Management and Business Leadership in Texas Woman’s University’s EMBA program, and taught Entrepreneurship online.

Her real-world experience, compassion, and humor will combine to make this the most valuable training you’ve ever taken.