Methods of Instruction Nurse Aide TrainingAugust 16-17,2023

This train-the-trainer course will we held in-person. The course will help prepare eligible nurses to become instructors for the Medicaid Nurse Aide Training Program. It will provide classroom and demonstration experiences to assist the nurse in becoming a better teacher of nurse aides. The course will cover philosophy, course preparation, learning styles of students, areas of knowledge, performance and training techniques, use of lesson plans, instructional methods, and use of instructional aids. There will also be an in-depth discussion of how to use the nurse aide curriculum developed by the Kentucky Department for Medicaid Services. Additional information includes a review of laws, regulations and procedures necessary to conduct a training course in Kentucky.


Nurse aide training must be performed by or under the general supervision of a registered nurse who has a minimum of 2 years of experience, at least one of which is in the provision of long term care services. Please note that Directors of Nursing may serve as an RN Program Coordinator for a Nurse Aide Training program, but may not teach any portion of the course.


Successful completion of the course will enable nurses to:

  • Organize a nurse aide course 
  • Identify styles and modify teaching plans to accommodate individual learning needs
  • Develop lesson plans
  • Utilize instructional aides
  • Demonstrate teaching a manipulation skill 
  • Organize and manage a nurse aide training lab/classroom 
  • Evaluate student performance

Agenda (Two Day Training)

Registration      8:00 am 
Program            8:30 am
Lunch              12 Noon Lunch on your own
Program           1:00 pm
Adjourn             4:30 pm


Robert Flatt, RN, BSN, LNHA

Robert has been a Registered Nurse since 1994 and a License Nursing Home Administrator since 2002. He has over 30 years of long-term care experience and an extensive background in nursing education with local colleges and universities, as well as Nurse Aide training. He is the Nursing Home Administrator for Essex Nursing and Rehabilitation Center here in Louisville. He also serves on the Board of Long Term Care Health Care Administrators.

Registration Fee:

$300 – Members
$600 –  Non members


CONTINUING EDUCATION: The Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities is an approved provider of continuing education by the Kentucky Board of Nursing, #5-0002.  To receive the 19 contact hours, you must complete the entire program. Certificates may be printed once the program evaluation is submitted. Disclaimer Statement: The Kentucky Board of Nursing approval of an individual continuing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program content.


Cancellation received in writing no later than seven (7) workdays prior to a seminar will receive a full refund. Cancellations received in writing inside of seven (7) workdays will receive one-half refund. Any participants who don't attend a program will receive no refund unless prior notice in writing is given to the association office as outlined in this policy. Participants may appeal refund determinations by requesting reconsideration by the Executive Committee. Such appeals must be made in writing within 30 days after the seminar or convention is held. Please email all cancellations to [email protected].


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9940 Corporate Campus Drive, Louisville, KY 40223
Hotel: (502) 426-9191
Room rate: $115.00/per night

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  • ?Complimentary evening reception
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8/16/2023 8:00 AM - 8/17/2023 4:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time
9403 Mill Brook Road Louisville, KY 40223
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