Illinois Valley Community College – ONLINE CNA Instructor Course for RNs (Train the Trainer Program) includes the Alzheimer’s Disease and the Approved Evaluator Components
IVCC – ONLINE CNA Instructor Course for RNs (Train the Trainer Program)
includes the Alzheimer’s Disease and the Approved Evaluator Components
Sponsor: Illinois Valley Community College (IVCC), 815 North Orlando Smith Road, Oglesby IL 61348
Time Frame: 5 weeks – June 10, 2024 through July 12, 2024
Format: Asynchronous – online – no face-to-face component!
Class ID: 11740
Registration Instructions: Call Registration at 815-224-0427 or online at www.ivcc.edu/enroll
Registration is open now!
Registration Deadline: June 5, 2024
RNs must meet IDPH Instructor requirements. See the following link:
Textbooks required for this course:
1. DeYoung, S. (2015). Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators (3 rd ). Pearson Education, Inc.: Upper
Saddle River, N.J. ISBN-13: 978-0133565232
Note: This textbook must be purchased prior to the start of class. It can be purchased online
through the IVCC Bookstore at www.ivcc.edu/bookstore or other online book sources. Reading prior
to course start date is encouraged.
2. Access to ANY Current Nursing Assistant Textbook, publisher of participant’s choice.
For questions about course registration, contact Jennifer Scheri at 815-224-0427 or email
For questions about the course content, contact Barbara Meinke, MA, MS, RN-BC, Instructor, at
Note: Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from
the host school indicating they have earned 50 contact hours of continuing education.
Special Message from the instructor:
“I’m very excited for the opportunity to “meet” other nurses who are eager to begin teaching in a Basic Nursing
Assistant Training Program and who are seeking knowledge about how to teach in a classroom and in the
clinical setting. In this course, you’ll learn about the laws and rules governing nursing assistant education in
Illinois. You’ll also learn many education techniques that will assist you to teach effectively to a variety of
learners as you begin your career as a nursing assistant educator. I look forward to sharing this learning
journey with you!”