Case Management Certification Preparatory Course

March 10-11, 2022 (FULL)

Second Course is now being offered March 7-8, 2022 at the same location

NC Medical Society

222 N. Person Street, Raleigh

Cost:  $225/member, $275 non-member 
(includes lunch and course manual)

Register Here for March 7-8 Dates


Target Audience

Any healthcare professionals who prepare for taking the exam for the Certified Case Manager, or other certifications -  Registered nurses, Social Workers, other health care professionals, and those who are interested in case management certification.  For more information about eligibility for the CCM, please visit


This two day course is designed to provide the practicing case manager with information to assist them in preparing for the case management certification exam. While it focuses on content for the Certified Case Manager (CCM) credential, it also serves as for preparation for the ANCC or ACM certifications, as well as a basics course in case management. The course content follows the CCM exam content areas and incorporates feedback received from surveys of course participants. The course includes over 140 sample questions to guide participants in self-assessment for independent study in any particular area, while also allowing practice with multiple choice questions. A 300 page course syllabus is provided for course participants, which includes content covered in the course as well as resource materials for further self-study.

Sandra Lowery, RN, CCM, CNLCP, is President of the Consultants in Case Management Intervention(CCMI) and is the instructor for this course . Ms. Lowery has been an instructor in case management at the college level and has taught a CCM Prep course as well as various other training programs for case managers since 1987. Sandi has worked as a case manager, nurse life care planner, case management consultant, and trainer for the past 31 years, working nationally for both payers and providers in the private and public sectors. She previously served on the faculty for case management for the University System of NH. She is on the editorial boards of the Professional Case Management and The Case Management Advisor publications. In 1995, she was the recipient of CMSA’s Case Manager of the Year award. Sandi was on the CMSA Board for 9 years and was the 2000-2001 president.

CE Credit
15.0 Contact Hours

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Georgia Nurses Association – Approver, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.


  • Describe the process for the CCM credential
  • Obtain knowledge in the essential knowledge areas for case management practice as identified by the CCM Commission
  • Gain insight and resources for any further study needs

 No cancellations but substitutions are acceptable.