About

Resources For Continuing Education, Inc. (RFCE)

Mike and Robin at wedding (4)RFCE is owned and operated by Michael S. Goryan, MA.

Michael S. Goryan, MA

Since 2000, Mike has educated, defended and supported thousands of administrators. He has been in the health care over 45 years. Mike has a masters degree in marketing and business; studied civil, criminal and contract law; is the former Executive Director of the Inland Empire Alzheimer’s Association; and is the Director of Education and President of Resources For Continuing Education, Inc., the company he created. He teaches RCFE, ARF, BRN and NHAP courses. He is a legal expert in RCFE law and regulation, testifies in court and in depositions in defense of facilities, and he attends CCLD compliance conferences. Mike does not teach tradition; he teaches the law first, Title 22 second and NOTHING third! Don’t be fooled by other providers. The LAW does not take a back seat to anyone’s opinions!

Robin A. Ziegler-Goryan

Robin has been a management professional for over 35 years specializing in property and facility management. She brings a unique blend of talent to RFCE with a practical side of operations having managed and/or consulted with facilities throughout San Diego County. Her skills include marketing, customer service, asset management, construction and maintenance, problem solving, crisis intervention, fair housing, emergency management and disaster preparedness. She is the San Diego North County Commander for the RCFE Disaster Preparedness Task Force. She teaches the initial course with Mike.

Why Choose RFCE?

RFCE, Inc. is certified and/or vendorized to educate administrators of residential care facilities for the elderly (RCFEs), adult residential care facilities (ARFs), and nursing home administrators (NHAP) as well as RNs and LVNs. The company holds certifications from the Department of Social Services (Community Care Licensing), the Board of Registered Nurses, and the Department of Public Health Services. Although located in North County San Diego, the education courses are taught throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego Counties. Depending on time and location, class attendance averages 30-35 students for CEUs, with the initial elder care courses averaging 20 students.

The courses are purposely affordable to draw students into active participation as Mike, a former DJ, makes students laugh while learning. Robin attracts students with her abiding respect and admiration for care providers. Mike’s experience and knowledge of the laws is unique and unsurpassed. His approach enlightens and empowers students, and Robin has a practical application and a simplified approach to residential care and facility management.