Kishwaukee College is offering a nine-week Basic Nurse Assistant (BNA) Train-the Trainer course for area nursing professionals who wish to become a BNA instructor. The course is a hybrid, meaning that it is a combination of face-to- face traditional class meetings and online components. The class runs from October 8 through December 10 and costs $599.
The BNA Train-the- Trainer course is designed for nursing professionals with a current Illinois RN license and a minimum of two years nursing experience with at least one year of experience caring for the elderly or chronically ill of any age. Completion of the Train-the- Trainer course prepares nursing professionals in Illinois to teach a Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program (BNA-TP).
Eligible students for this program must be a registered nurse in at least a year’s experience in one of the following areas: 1) Teaching Theory in an accredited nurse training program or 2) Providing nursing care, including personal care and activities of daily living to older adults or for chronically ill adults. The BNA Train-the- Trainer program is a 35 contact hour program with an Alzheimer’s disease component and is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Face-to- face classes will meet at Kishwaukee College in Room A1221 on the following dates: October 8, October 29, December 2 and December 10.
For more information or to register, contact Tricia Hernandez at 815-825- 9441 or at email@example.com
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