How can I become a CNA instructor in North Carolina?

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asked in Work by Margaret S.
I am currently a licensed professional nurse who would like to become a CNA and Med Tech instructor in North Carolina. I do not know if I need special training or not, and if so who do I need to contact.

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answered by Michelle Russell

To become a CNA or a medication aide program instructor in North Carolina, you must be a professional registered nurse (RN) with a current, unrestricted license to practice in this state. Other requirements must also be met, such as a minimum of two years of work experience as a registered nurse, as well as experience or coursework related to teaching adults. Please take a look at the following documents for more information: Certification as a Medication Aide Instructor, and Nurse Aide I Training Faculty Requirements.

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