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Course Description

This 28-hour course prepares nurses to coordinate and/or teach the ODH state-approved Nurse Assistant Training Competency and Evaluation Program (NATCEP).

Describe benefits of TTT program.

Identify qualifications of the PC, PI and guest lecturers.

Demonstrate understanding of the typical nurse aide's level of training ability and major job duties.

Identify effects of stress on learning, testing and techniques that can be used to manage stress.

Apply training strategies and techniques to work with diverse students.

Describe the differences between non-facility and facility based TCEP.

Identify ways to prepare trainees for the competency evaluation through objective and skills tests.

Describe how to assess the training environment and utilize techniques to enhance the training experience.

Organize, develop and individualize a TCEP topic area.

Describe TCEP standards.

Instruct how to design a TCE Program.

Define the components of clinical teaching.

Describe ways to maintain and organize TCEP, content and resources.

Describe the use, considerations, advantages and limitations of various teaching styles.

Define and describe the function of skills testing.

Identify who may administer a skills test.

Describe the steps used to decide which skills to test.

Describe general principles of the program evaluation.

Provide examples of formative and summative evaluation.

Identify types of evaluation instruments.

Describe basic structure and basic training approach in presenting classroom subject matter.

Analyze and recount state law and federal regulations.

Course Outline

Basic TCEP requirements.

Program development.

Course material design.

Organizing and individualizing a TCEP.

Instructional techniques.

Ohio Administrative Code Rules.

Notes

Program cost is $750.00 (text materials included).

All class sessions are Mandatory.

Program Registration Requirements:

1.) Proof of active licensure from

      https://elicense.ohio.gov/OH_HomePage

2.) An updated resume: RN showing you have 2 years chronic care

     experience as an RN, or if an LPN, an updated resume showing

     you have 2 years of nursing experience in a nursing home (LTC)

     as a nurse.

3.) Documentation on an employer’s letterhead: RN at least 3200

      hours of chronic care experience as an RN. LPN at least 3200

      hours of LTC nursing experience as a nurse.

     (Experience as a nursing assistant does not count).

 

Please request the employer to document your experience in hours and to be specific whether it was LTC, chronic care etc. The Ohio Department of Health will not accept pay stubs as proof of work experience. It must be on the facility letterhead or a signed affidavit by someone who worked with you at the facility if it is no longer in business.

Submit required documents and any additional inquiries to Maryann Schrembeck at Maryann.Schrembeck@tri-c.edu or call 216-987-0258.

Following approval, register by phone or in-person.

 

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Section Title
Train the Trainer: Become a STNA Instructor
Type
Discussion/Lecture
Days
W, M
Time
5:00PM to 9:15PM
Dates
Apr 08, 2020 to Apr 22, 2020
Type
Demo/Hands-On
Days
Sa
Time
8:30AM to 5:00PM
Dates
Apr 25, 2020
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
28.0
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
F670 non-credit $750.00
Section Notes
In order to register for this class, you will need to provide the required supporting documentation required by the Ohio department of Health NATCEP division for approval to register. Please email maryann.schrembeck@tri-c.edu for the details.
Section Title
Train the Trainer: Become a STNA Instructor
Type
Discussion/Lecture
Days
T, W, Th
Time
6:00PM to 9:30PM
Dates
May 19, 2020 to May 21, 2020
Type
Discussion/Lecture
Days
T, W, Th
Time
6:00PM to 9:30PM
Dates
May 26, 2020 to May 28, 2020
Type
Discussion/Lecture
Days
Sa
Time
9:00AM to 4:30PM
Dates
May 30, 2020
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
28.0
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Flat fee non-credit $750.00
Section Notes
Please contact Maryann Schrembeck to check for eligibility to register. maryann.schrembeck@tri-c.edu