Time Frame: 8 weeks (Can be completed in less time.) 02/07-04/01/2022
Link to Purchase Course:
RNs Must Meet IDPH Instructor Requirements. See Link: https://www.ilga.gov/commission/jcar/admincode/077/077003950A01600R.html
For Questions Regarding Course Contact:
Beth Young, MSN, RN at firstname.lastname@example.org or by cell at 618-521-0088 or
Tabitha Reeise, BSN, RN at email@example.com or by cell at 618-521-2760.
Explanation of Course:
This course is designed to explain how nursing assistant programs work and familiarize participants with the laws and rules that govern programs. You will learn about the many roles of a nursing assistant instructor and how to implement these roles.
Many facets of teaching and ways to facilitate learning experiences will be explored. This course will prepare you for your responsibilities as an instructor and provide the tools needed to function as a novice instructor. The course is completely online with no face-to-face components necessary. You will have eight weeks to complete the course material. The course is set up to complete one module per week. You can complete the modules in a shorter length of time if you wish. During the course you will complete activities and assessments that will help you meet the course objectives. At the end of the eight-week course you will submit a recorded micro-teaching demonstration to the instructor for review and feedback.
This course has been approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health and provides 50 continuing education contact hours to registered nurses licensed in the state of Illinois upon completion.
When is the Next Course? All future courses offered will begin on the first Monday or Tuesday of every month depending on holidays and run for eight weeks.