Registration is now open for the Post-Acute Care Certified Staff Educator training (PAC-CSE)
Date: November 15th 2019
This workshop is intended for nurses who plan, coordinate, or provide staff development activities in the Skilled Nursing Facilities, Hospitals and Homecare.
Rate– $599.00. Must be received a week prior to training.
Space is limited to 30 and is on a first come basis.
The Manoa Grand Ballroom
2454 S Beretania St. FL 5 Honolulu HI 96826
* Certification fee included in the seminar registration fee *
The Post-Acute Care Staff Educator course is designed to provide the core knowledge required to administer and provide instruction in a long term care facility’s staff development program. It includes an extensive review of foundations of practice, the educational process, managing educational activities, and roles of the staff development professional.
Who can attend:
• Staff Educator
• RN with a year’s experience interested in becoming a PAC-CSE
Students attending the program will receive training in:
1. Planning, implementing, and evaluating nurse education programs.
2. How to develop and maintain training records.
3. Draft course outlines and lesson plans.
4. Develop long range and short-range training plans.
5. How to conduct training.
REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING PAC-CSE CERTIFICATION
To obtain the certification and 6.0 contact hours, the attendee must:
1. Hold an active RN license within a state or territory of the United States of America.
2. Have (1) year experience working in long-term care, home health and/or hospitals.
3. Complete the course.
4. Yearly renewal (There is a renewal fee).
• Discuss the role of the Staff Educator
• Describe the importance of a Facility Assessment and staff Competency
• Regulatory Requirements for SNF
• Designing a Curriculum
• Enforcing Education
• Record Keeping
• Training the Trainer
• Discuss 7 purposes of Staff Development
• List 6 characteristics of the Adult Learner
• Identify 8 barriers to learning
• Describe 3 domains of learning
• List 7 examples of learning styles
• Discuss 5 attributes of an effective instructor
• Describe the 5 elements of the teaching process
• Name 4 evaluation methods
• Identify 4 testing methods
• Identify effective training techniques
• Setting the stage
• Distinguish between traditional lectures & clinical learning experiences
• Describe 3 teaching techniques in the clinical setting
• List 4 qualifications of a preceptor
• Identify 5 responsibilities of a clinical instructor
• Describe 4 responsibilities of a clinical student
• Discuss 5 areas to assess in order to evaluate student safety factors
• Describe the difference between orientation & onboarding
• List 5 elements of an orientation checklist
• Identify 6 items to be included on a Lesson Plan
• Discuss purposes of credentialing programs
• Program budgeting
• Class participation
• Class engagement