Great education demands great instruction.
ENA’s Instructor Path is a new course instructor training program that includes online adult learning and instruction, live practice, mentorship, and monitored instruction.
The path to becoming an instructor is complex and includes learning about different teaching strategies, understanding how people learn, and being familiar with various types of teaching media.
Criteria For Becoming an Instructor:
90% Pass rate on written exam
90% Pass rate on skill station scenario demonstration
Two years’ experience in nursing care of trauma or pediatric patients
Letter of recommendation
Set up to best ensure great instruction and teaching success for ENA’s TNCC and ENPC, the course includes:
|10 Online Modules
||Provides a foundation for teaching TNCC/ENPC with new and updated educational strategies|
||Encompasses teaching a mini-lecture, leading a small group discussion, facilitating and evaluating a psychomotor skill teaching station, and providing critiques and feedback to peers
||Composed of teaching an ENA TNCC or ENPC Provider course while being monitored by course faculty|
Replaces instructor supplement
Instructors Only Website
- Teaching station scenarios
- Instructor guide
- Practice test
- Demo videos
- Trauma Nursing Process
- Management of the Ill and Injured Patient
- Skill demo videos
10 Online Modules Include:
|MODULE 1 Instructor Path Introduction
MODULE 2 Adult Learning Theories
MODULE 3 Learning Styles and Generational Differences
MODULE 4 eLearning, Blended learning, and Simulation
MODULE 5 Critical Thinking
|MODULE 6 How to Teach a Lecture|
MODULE 7 Teaching a Psychomotor Skill Station
MODULE 8 Evaluating a Psychomotor Skill Station
MODULE 9 Course Integrity
MODULE 10 Continuing Nursing Education
Online Session and Live Session Contact Hours Available
10 Online Modules ● Robust Instructor Website
CREATED BY EMERGENCY NURSING EXPERTS, FOR EMERGENCY NURSING EXPERTS!
ALL NEW INSTRUCTOR PATH COURSES WILL BE AVAILABLE
AFTER NOVEMBER 1, 2016.
The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The Emergency Nurses Association is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #2322.
ENA and logo, TNCC, and ENPC are trademarks of the Emergency Nurses Association. ©Emergency Nurses Association.