What is Teaching the Educator (TTE)?
The Nurse Aide TTE Workshop serves to facilitate the process of transitioning professional nurses from the role of practitioner into the role of instructor of nurse aide training.
By developing knowledge and practice involving curriculum development, content requirement, and teaching an evaluative methodology, you, as a professional nurse, should leave the workshop prepared to successfully teach Nurse Aide training.
TTE is a collaborative endeavor between The Center for Professional Personnel Development at The Pennsylvania State University and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
A "Certificate of Completion" is issued to those who successfully complete the workshop in its entirety and meet CMS qualifications. The names and license numbers of those who complete the workshop will be sent to the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
A "Certificate of Continuing Education Recognition" is issued to RNs for 22.3 contact hours of continuing education, (as approved by the Pennsylvania Nurses Association, which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation) and to LPNs for 22.3 contact hours (as approved by NAPNES).