Finding and keeping talented, dedicated nurse aides is challenging, and it’s only going to get worse. A staffing shortage affects the morale of front-line caregivers. It increases stress, burnout, and ultimately resident well-being.
If you’re a skilled nursing facility struggling with CNA staff shortages and nurse aide turnover, one potential solution is trying build your own in-house certification program to create a pipeline of new hires. However, many organizations don’t choose this path because the process to get state approval, deliver an effective course, and find qualified teachers can seem daunting.
Join us as our experts walk you through the state approval process and discuss how to build an in-house nurse aide training program.
During this webinar you will learn:
Vince started his career as a CNA, and later ICU nurse, at the Cleveland Clinic and Duke University Hospital in the Cardiac ICU. He now focuses on solving bigger problems with organizations looking to improve their bottom line and reduce staff shortages.
Sherry’s healthcare career includes everything from trauma nursing to project management to clinical education. Both locally and nationally she developed and implemented training programs focusing on students wanting to become CNA’s, nurses advancing their clinical skills, and others on a path to leadership positions. Sherry now focuses on the clinical integrity of SHC products and services. She recently completed her MSN as a Nurse Educator.