This site is dedicated to the nursing assistant educators in the State of Illinois.

Two CNAs

The functions of the organization shall be to:

  • Identify and analyze issues affecting the practice of CNAs.

  • Promote the quality of basic and continuing education programs for CNAs.

  • Monitor clinical practice issues affecting the direct and indirect patient care activities of CNAs and their impact on educational program.

  • Provide a forum for the exploration and discussion of problems unique to CNA education.

  • Represent and serve as spokespersons for CNA education.

  • Study and evaluate trends and research in education, nursing, and healthcare.

  • Issue statements of position and recommendation to appropriate government bodies.


NEW JOB POSTING: State Education Coordinator for Southern Region

Train the Trainer courses


 Heartland Community College    October 20
Illinois Community College          November 10
Rend Lake College                      November 14

Reframing Dementia: Innovations in Care Educational Opportunity: Thurs. Sept 21

Reframing Dementia2017 Effingham Reframing Dementia Sponsor Form 2017
Effingham Reframing Dementia Flyer

  • FROM IDPH: **IMPORTANT – INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS:From IDPH***IMPORTANT – INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS: Participants must meet the qualifications outlined in the June 2013 Illinois Administrative Code Section 395.160 Instructor Requirements. To see the requirements, click on the following link: http://www.ilga.gov/commission/jcar/admincode/077/07700395sections.html.
  • Please contact Julia Ringering, RN, BSN, MBA, Education Coordinator, SIUC NAT at Julia.ringering@siu.edu with participant eligibility questions.

SAVE THE DATE: STATE CONFERENCE – save the date to April 20, 2018.
Watch for registration information mid-January 2018.  

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