Train the Trainer: Become a STNA Instructor
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.
This course can also be offered virtually. Please contact Corporate College to learn more.
- Basic TCEP requirements.
- Program development.
- Course material design.
- Organizing and individualizing a TCEP.
- Instructional techniques.
- Ohio Administrative Code Rules.
The cost of this training course includes all course materials and a subject matter expert instructor.
Certification / Credits
Upon completion, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion with CEUs.
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Corporate College, a Division of Cuyahoga Community College
Founded in 2003, Corporate College offers Northeast Ohio businesses and individuals professional training and development, along with state-of-the-art meeting and conference space at Corporate College East in Warrensville Heights and Corporate College West in Westlake. Whether you are engaged with...