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1 Nurse Aide Training: Choosing Your Best Option! CTE Summer Conference 2014 CTE Administrators Session Monday – July 14, :15am – 12:15pm Location: Imperial D – Koury Center CTE Summer Conference 2014 CTE Administrators Session Monday – July 14, :15am – 12:15pm Location: Imperial D – Koury Center

2 It takes a village… Panel: Kathy Turner – DHSR / CAREKathy Turner – DHSR / CARE CARE ConsultantsCARE Consultants CTE Directors: Chris Bailey, Chip Lucas, othersCTE Directors: Chris Bailey, Chip Lucas, others Lisa Eads, NC CC CCP CoordinatorLisa Eads, NC CC CCP Coordinator Rob Hines, NCDPI CCP CoordinatorRob Hines, NCDPI CCP Coordinator Community College ParticipantsCommunity College Participants

3 In the beginning…

4 Approved NA I training in NCDPI high schools began SY 89-90Approved NA I training in NCDPI high schools began SY High School Health Occupations Teachers received this memo High School Health Occupations Teachers received this memo DHSR MOU DHSR MOU

5 June 19, 2002 – Cumberland County Involvement

6 August 1, 1995 This memorandum of understanding (hereinafter referred to as "MOU") establishes the basis for cooperation between the North Carolina Department of Human Resources, Division of Facility Services, (hereinafter referred to as "DFS") and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Vocational and Technical Education (hereinafter referred to as "DPI") in maintaining the quality of nurse aide training in North Carolina.

7 Traditional NC High School Nurse Aide Training Funded with “high school” funding streamsFunded with “high school” funding streams Oversight by NCDPI via MOU with DHSROversight by NCDPI via MOU with DHSR Complies with OBRA and DHSRComplies with OBRA and DHSR Teachers become DPI licensed high school teachersTeachers become DPI licensed high school teachers

8 NAI training options for high school students NOW

9 Aide Training Nurse Effective January 1, 2012 Career Technical Education Pathway

10 CCP(CCP) Career and College Promise (CCP) provides dual enrollment educational opportunities for eligible NC high school students in order to accelerate completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer or provide entry-level jobs. January 1, 2012

11 Supplanting NO Supplanting? NO LEAs may have BOTH traditional high school funded and CCP nurse aide training!

12 CCP requirements for Nurse Aide Training students To be eligible for enrollment, a high school student must meet the following criteria: Be a high school junior or senior; Have a weighted GPA of 3.0 on high school courses or have the recommendation of the high school principal or his/her designee; and Meet the prerequisites for the career (not NCDPI) pathway. (Pathway of the Community College) High school counselors should consider students’ PLAN scores in making pathway recommendations.

13 CCP NAT students will take NAS101Nurse Aide I (6 sem credit) NAS102Nurse Aide II (6 sem credit) BON regulation (CC has exemption) NAS103 Home Health Care (2 sem credit) 14 semester hours

14 Nurse Aide Training CCP NAIIs cannot work as a NAII until they have graduated from high school. (True of ALL NAIIs)

15 Career College Promise Nurse Aide Training for High Schools Funded with “community college” funding streamsFunded with “community college” funding streams Oversight by DHSR / NOT DPIOversight by DHSR / NOT DPI Complies with OBRA and DHSRComplies with OBRA and DHSR Teachers on the “curriculum side” of the community collegeTeachers on the “curriculum side” of the community college CC earn FTEsCC earn FTEs Tuition is waved for CCP studentsTuition is waved for CCP students

16 NURSE AIDE TRAINING Program Regulation Regulatory OVERSIGHT…

17 Kathy Turner Kathy Turner – DHSR / Center for Aide Regulation and Education, Manager CARE Consultants CARE Consultants – Next Slide

18 Gaynelle Rogers Western Region Gaynelle Rogers Jan Middleton Piedmont Region Jan Middleton Vickie Fore Triangle Region Vickie Fore Teressa Banks Coastal Region Teressa Banks

19 NC Division of Health Service Regulation CENTER FOR AIDE REGULATION AND EDUCATION (CARE) REGIONS

20 Nurse Aide Training Young juniors who become NAI will not be old enough to work and their listing will expire!

21 There is no DHSR oversight regarding prerequisite being met.There is no DHSR oversight regarding prerequisite being met. LEA/High School counselors must assure prerequisites are met!LEA/High School counselors must assure prerequisites are met! Understand Health Care Personnel Registry lawsUnderstand Health Care Personnel Registry laws

22 Career College Promise Nurse Aide Training for High Schools Guided DiscussionGuided Discussion

23 Proprietary Schools Nurse Aide Training For-profit businesses which provide vocational education and trainingFor-profit businesses which provide vocational education and training Oversight by DHSR / NOT DPIOversight by DHSR / NOT DPI Complies with OBRA and DHSR – patient protectionComplies with OBRA and DHSR – patient protection Complies with NC Proprietary School laws – student protectionComplies with NC Proprietary School laws – student protection Licensed by Office of Proprietary Schools / State Board of Community CollegeLicensed by Office of Proprietary Schools / State Board of Community College

24 “OTHER” possibly unwholesome Nurse Aide Training For-profit businessesFor-profit businesses Oversight: NOOversight: NO Complies with OBRA and DHSR: NOComplies with OBRA and DHSR: NO Licensed by Office of Proprietary Schools / State Board of Community College: NO, but almost always fall under requirement/law to be licensed. As the public reports these programs to DHSR, they are reported to Attorney General.Licensed by Office of Proprietary Schools / State Board of Community College: NO, but almost always fall under requirement/law to be licensed. As the public reports these programs to DHSR, they are reported to Attorney General.

25 How Will I Know? List of DHSR-approved Nurse Aide I Training Programs (updated monthly) - iningprograms.pdf iningprograms.pdf List of Licensed Proprietary Schools - tes/default/files/basic-page-file- uploads/proprietary- schools/directory_0.pdf tes/default/files/basic-page-file- uploads/proprietary- schools/directory_0.pdf

26 Reminders: When a high school that has previously done traditional training, moves to CCP training, please notify the NCDPI office. NAT number must be withdrawn Students test as a community college student, not high school student

27 Reminders: Cont. May have more than one type of NAI training. PearsonVue NNAAP reports go to the CTE Directors for Traditional HS NAT. Notify Agnes if contact changes.

28 Thanks for your participation!


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