Preceptor Provider Training
FHCA's Preceptor Provider Training will prepare nursing home administrators to serve as Preceptors for students in the Administrator-In-Training (AIT) Program or College-Based Internship required for individuals who plan to become licensed nursing home administrators.This preceptor training meets the requirements of the Board of Nursing Home Administrators as set forth in Rule 64B10-16.0025, F.A.C. The training consists of an interactive workshop that includes 6 contact hours of continuing education and focuses on the preceptor and AIT program and regulatory requirements, expectations and needs, domains of practice, mentorship and developing the facility training program. *Any nursing home administrator who acts as a preceptor will be granted 10 hours of continuing education credit for that biennium.
Led by FHCA Sr. Director of Quality Affairs and licensed NHA/former Preceptor Deborah Franklin, this program features leaders in the profession and Board of NHA members walking attendees through the domains of practice. Additional highlights include case studies of licensure actions brought against NHAs and a focused discussion on how to lead millennials.
- Learn concepts of mentorship and teaching techniques to work better with your AIT
- Understand the Preceptor and AIT program requirements, expectations and needs
- Review the regulatory requirements for the Program
- Hear from current Preceptors on what makes a Preceptor successful
Registration: 8:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Program: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.