I am a legal nurse consultant, but what I really enjoy is teaching. I do alot of community education and own an online website for continuing education. I want to alighn with group homes and ALF's to do mock pre survey to review regulations and do consulting reports on found deficiencies to make them survey ready. I believe there is a market for this in my area. I am excited and very motivated, I own a school for CPR training and we are a leading provider in our area. I want to start teaching CNA classes and am in the beginning stages of finding out how to go about doing this, I just need to get board approval. I have a provider number already with the florida baord of nursing and a classroom to accommodate the students, and a local nursing home that will support clinicals.
so what do you think?
I do medication validation checkoff for unlicensed staff who give meds in these residenetial group homes and ALF's, among many other things I am certified to teach.. so any input here?
Oct 5, '06
Hey, My name is Cathy from S.C. and I am wondering how you get a provider number from the State Board and why you would need it? Also, where did you get your instructors certification? I think all your ideas are great and am wanting to explore those ideas in my area? How did you get started?
Last edit by nightingale on Oct 6, '06