Are Montana nursing assistants required to attend in-service education?

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A Montana nurse aide has to accumulate a minimum of twelve hours of in-service education per year. It is the responsibility of the facility employing the aide to offer these educational hours. The educational material may be in the form of videos or audio tape presentations, as well as readings and research projects. In-service hours should focus on enhancing the nurse aide's skills and nursing knowledge. The following topics are well suited for in-service education: communication skills, self-growth, CPR re-certification, remedial training in nursing related skills. The employer must keep a record of each individual's in-service education hours.

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