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Nurse Educator Certificate Program

The Nurse Educator Certificate Program is designed for RNs who want to develop the knowledge and skills needed to teach in schools of nursing and healthcare settings. The program includes three theory courses. The total number of credits required for the certificate is nine credits.

Nurse Educator Certificate Program Competencies

On completion of the Nurse Educator Certificate Program the graduate will be able to meet the following competencies:

  1. Utilize interprofessional knowledge in the teaching-learning of nursing care for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities to enact clinical judgment and innovation in nursing practice.
  2. Demonstrate person-centered teaching-learning practices for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities to promote positive learning outcomes.
  3. Construct collaborative teaching-learning practices for diverse communities for health promotion and disease management to improve population outcomes.
  4. Appraise evidence-based teaching -learning practices for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities to improve and transform health care.
  5. Employ teaching-learning practices for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities that promote quality and safety.
  6. Collaborate with interprofessional team members and stakeholders in the provision of teaching-learning practices for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities to optimize outcomes.
  7. Lead in the provision of teaching-learning practices for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities to provide positive learning outcomes.
  8. Use informatics and healthcare technologies in accordance with best practices that demonstrate professional, regulatory, and ethical standards in providing teaching-learning for diverse individuals, families, and communities.
  9. Integrate professionalism in teaching-learning practices for diverse nurses, individuals, families, and communities.
  10. Choose personal and professional developmental teaching-learning activities that foster well-being and contribute to a culture of lifelong learning and leadership.

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