Changing the world one CNA at a time.
Federally complaint courses to prepare nurses to become CNA Instructors
Give back to the profession by training the next generation of caregivers
Ready to change the workforce by creating quality healthcare workers? Willing to give back to the profession by helping others enter the field of nursing? Becoming a CNA Instructor may be an option for you. Learning what CNAs need to know to pass the state exam, provide quality care and be successful.
What is Train the CNA Trainer?
This course is a state-specific course that prepares nurses to train CNA’s. This course can be anywhere from 8-hour to 28 hours, depending on your state’s requirements. This course prepares nurses in Alabama, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas to do the following:
Understand and meet the federal requirements for training CNA’s
Understand and meet the state requirements for training CNA’s
Understand principles of adult learning
Use creativity for student learning
Prepares your program for annual inspection by the state
Increase your student state exam pass rates
Write lesson plans and curriculums
Learn about engaging resources you can use to teach your students
What will I learn in Train the CNA Trainer?
Rules of OBRA which regulations CNA education
State-specific regulations for you to observe
Role of the Program Coordinator
Role of Nurse Aide Instructor
Identifying the types of Adult learners
Information Retention Techniques
Curriculum Development/ Lesson Planning
Program Assessment and Revising
Why Our Course?
We have created a one-of-a-kind course that fuses passion with innovation.
We offer a leading age, a state-of-the-art course that provides resources you can use in practice.
Obtain a certification while obtaining CEU hours for nursing license renewal.
Learn to use engaging software to use in your instructional course
Register in our national database of CNA Instructors to find job leads
Become a part of a community that shares and supports your growth
Our Train the CNA Trainer Program is ANCC Accredited
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Georgia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.