Instructor - Basic Nursing Assistant (B.N.A) - Part Time
INSTRUCTOR - BASIC NURSING ASSISTANT (B.N.A) - PART TIME
MALCOLM X COLLEGE
The Basic Nursing Assistant Program prepares students for employment as aCertified Nurse Assistant in hospitals, home health, long-termcareand other healthcare facilities. The program is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Satisfactory completion of the program leads to eligibility to take the state’s Nurse Aide Competency Exam for certification. Certification is required for employmentasa Certified Nurse Assistant.
A Basic Nursing Assistant (B.N.A.) Instructor is responsible for course planning and instruction, teaching students the patient careand basic nursing skills needed to provide physical care and emotional support to patients. A B.N.A. Instructor prepares students for employment as nurse assistants and to take the state exam to receive certification. Performs related duties as required.
- Provides instruction through classroom theory/lecture, laboratory demonstration and skills practices, and supervised clinical sessions at a designated health care facility such as a nursing home or long-term care facility.
- Provides students with course syllabus including course outline, grading standards, attendance policies, and classroom behavioral expectations.
- Prepares lessons to teach and facilitate student learning to develop basic nursing and cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills using appropriate methods of instruction.
- Maintains student attendance and grading records in compliance with CCC policy and guidelines.
- Constructs exams and assignments to evaluate student learning. Evaluates student progress and provides students with timely feedback.
- Responsible for student evaluation and timely and accurate submission of grades and paperwork related to instruction
- Maintains a purposeful, orderly, safe, and healthy classroom environment.
- Consultswith program coordinator to resolve issues
- Associate’s degree or higher in Nursingwith a current and valid Registered Professional Nursing Illinois license
- Two years of experience as a registered nurse (RN). Must have experience as a RN in at least 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 chronically ill adults.
- Completion of BNA Instructor Train-the-Trainer course
- IDPH approved Illinois Evaluator Certificationand ability to complete a Department-sponsored Approved Evaluator Workshop refresher course every five years
- Current American Heart Association (AHA) BLS healthcare provider CPR certification
- Experience with technologies used for Instructionsuch as Blackboard or D2L
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