CNA Primary Instructor Training Madison, WI
March 5 & 6, 2022
Approved by the State of Wisconsin
If you’re a Registered Nurse interested in acting as a Primary Instructor in a Wisconsin state-approved C.N.A. Training Programs attending Train the Trainer is a great way to begin your teaching career. Our Train the Trainer program is a two day program presented by Joy Pfeffer R.N. BSN at the Neway Directions facility.
The Train the Trainer class participant will have an understanding of concepts related to:
- Principles of Adult Learning
- Training Techniques
- What are they/Why are they important
- Needs Assessments
- A Nurse Aide training curriculum
- Meeting State/Federal Guidelines
- The Four P’s of Lesson Plans
- Continuing the Curriculum
- Choosing Learning Materials/Teaching Methodologies
- Creating a Quiz
- Effective Teaching
- Evaluation: An Essential Part of the Process
- Record Keeping
- Curriculum Wind Up
- Summary of Workshop
- Benefits & Concerns/Evaluation of workshop
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Who should attend Train the Trainer?
Registered Nurses interested in acting as a Primary Instructor in a Wisconsin state-approved C.N.A. Training Programs
Who is teaching the course?
Joy Pfeffer R.N. BSN
When is Train the Trainer offered?
Saturday & Sunday, March 5 & 6, 2022 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where will Train the Trainer be held?
6400 Gisholt Dr., #102
Madison, WI 53713
(Between Southtowne Mall and WPS – off the Beltline 12&18)
Is there parking?
Free guest parking available in front of 6400 Building
How much does the class cost?
$350.00 includes class materials (check or credit card)
How do I enroll in Train the Trainer?
Enrollment forms should be completed and mailed with payment to the address on the enrollment form.
Who do I contact if I have more questions?
Jenna Ruehlow, Director of Neway Directions