The Certified Nursing Assistant Educator Association (CNAEA)
Developing Intentionally Inclusive and Equitable Education Professionals
November 12, 2021 | 10am to 2:30pm | Via Zoom Meeting
This interactive webinar is designed to equip nursing educators and staff with the awareness, knowledge, and skills that can empower participants to be inclusive and equitable education professionals.
It will examine fundamental concepts and theories that will help lay the foundation to develop change agents who are committed to creating an inclusive and equitable culture, both inside and outside of the classroom. This workshop will be both an awareness building and skill building educational experience. Through this learning experience, participants will be better prepared to be agents of change within their nurse assisting programs and have an increased awareness of how to better serve the increasingly diverse student population. Participants of this workshop will walk away with increased self-awareness, knowledge, and a shared language that can help create a more inclusive and equitable educational environment that fosters a sense of belonging for both students and faculty.
- Unpacking the Complexities of Culture
- Examining the Self: Identity, Power, and Privilege
- Beyond Diversity: Understanding Inclusion Educational Contexts
- Equity Comes Before Equality: Centering Equity in the Classroom & Beyond
Founder and Principal Trainer
Shakti Diversity and Equity Training
About Cindu: Cindu is the Founder and Principal Trainer of Shakti Diversity and Equity Training. Cindu works with organizations across a variety of industries to help create a culture of inclusion and belonging in today’s increasingly diverse and globalized workplace. Cindu works to promote equity, inclusion, anti-racism, and intercultural competence by offering experiential professional development opportunities that are designed to elevate the emotional intelligence of employees at all levels of an organization.
Please visit www.shaktitraining.com to learn more about Cindu and Shakti Diversity and Equity Training.
Continuing Education Credit
This nursing continuing professional development activity was submitted for approval to the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91). This CNE activity is being offered for 4.0 contact hours. Attendance during the entire webinar as well as a completed seminar evaluation and post-test is required from each participant for successful completion of this CNE activity. This CNE activity is being presented without conflict of interest with regard to commercial bias or financial interest from products or services.
$20 CNAEA Members***
*** Participant must be a current CNAEA member for the fiscal year April 2021 – May 2022 in order to avail of the discounted $20 member rate. See Membership Application below.
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Am I eligible for membership?
Membership is open to all IDPH-approved Certified Nursing Assistant Instructors, Program Coordinators and other individual vested stakeholders. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about CNAEA and membership.