James Joslin, Chief Health Resources Development Service Lisa McAlister, Director Nurse Aide Registry. ODCTE Customized Business and Industry Training SUMMER CONFERENCE SHERATON HOTEL PLAZA NORTH August 6, 2008. AGENDA. Requirements for Supervisors/Instructors Alzheimer’s Curriculum
James Joslin, Chief
Health Resources Development Service
Lisa McAlister, DirectorNurse Aide Registry
Customized Business and Industry Training
August 6, 2008
Requirements for Supervisors/Instructors
Addendums to training program applications
CMA renewal requirements
87,261 / 137,338
Every Subchapter identifies the instructor qualifications for that category
LTC program – By or under the general supervision of a Register Nurse who has:
2 years nursing experience with at least one year in LTC facility services.
Completed a course in teaching adults
Experience in teaching adults
Supervising Nurse Aides
On a regular basis, health-related care and services to individuals who because of their mental or physical condition require care and services (above the level of room and board) which can be made available to them only through institutional facilities, and
The institution must have had in effect a transfer agreement with one or more hospitals.
Services may also have been provided in any facility, which is located in a State on an Indian reservation and is certified by the Secretary as meeting the requirements of nursing facilities.
Identify education and experience requirements for supervisors and instructors, and the program’s procedure to ensure requirements are met.
Include on the Addendum to ensure compliance with Federal and State Regulations.
State Regulations in Chapter 677 at 310:677-11-4(b)(4) – The training program shall include training in the care of cognitively impaired residents.
Regulation is general and not specific to training topics.
The Code of Federal Regulations at §483.152(b)(5) requires that the curriculum include:
Care of cognitively impaired residents:
§483.152(b)(5)(i-v) to include (specifically):
Techniques for addressing the unique needs and behaviors of individuals with dementia (Alzheimer’s and others);
Communicating with cognitively impaired residents;
Understanding the behavior of cognitively impaired residents
Appropriate responses to the behavior of cognitively impaired residents; and
Methods of reducing the effects of cognitive impairments.
Identify time devoted to the curriculum and training topics. (Minimum 10 hours)
Include on the addendum to ensure compliance with the law.
HB1804 – Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act of 2007
One for age 18 and over
One for under 18 – guardian signature
Required for certification and recertification
Available on website
New Form http://nar.health.ok.gov
ODH #301, May 9, 2008
Identify procedure to ensure that all trainees testing have a signed affidavit PRIOR to or at test administration.
Include procedure on the addendum to ensure compliance with the law.
May maintain original copy of affidavit with the testing records for 3 years.
Renew every 12 months
Requires 8 hours of CEU – Dept approved program
$5.00 nonrefundable fee
Copy of Certificate of Attendance
Have to retest if certification expired more than 1 year
May retest only 1 time
Not eligible to attend advanced CMA training if CMA certification expired
Training or Certification Questions
405-271-9444, Extension 56465