LTCE 201 Management, Human Resources, Environment (NAB Required Domains)
Approved for nursing home administrator licensure in the following states:
NEW YORK (with individual permission from licensing board)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (with individual permission from licensing board)
WISCONSIN (with individual permission from licensing board)
FOR EACH OF THE ABOVE STATES LTCE 201 PLUS LTCE 202 FULLY MEET EACH STATE'S LONG TERM CARE SPECIFIC EDUCATION REQUIREMENT AND SATISFY THESE STATES' EDUCATION REQUIREMENT, E. G. ARE EQUAL TO THE "100 HOUR" COURSE REQUIREMENT, ETC.
IN MOST OF THESE STATES YOU MUST ALSO COMPLETE AN ADMINISTRATOR IN TRAINING PROGRAM WHICH IS THE PRACTICE PORTION OF YOUR LICENSURE PREPARATION. LTCE 201 AND LTCE 202 TOGETHER MEET THESE STATES' REQUIREMENT THAT A PERSON STUDY THE FIVE NAB DOMAINS OF PRACTICE WHICH ARE
LTCE 201 MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT (NAB REQUIRED DOMAINS)
LTCE 202 FINANCE AND RESIDENT CARE (NAB REQUIRED DOMAINS)
MEETING THE ABOVE LISTED STATES' ADMINISTRATOR IN TRAINING REQUIREMENT IS DONE THROUGH ARRANGEMENTS WITH EACH STATE'S LICENSING BOARD
"I felt the course was structured effectively and was user friendly. It certainly contained a wealth of knowledge.What I found was also tips and guidelines that I could use personally to be an effective leader. I have already introduced to my preceptor the idea of calling new residents' responsible parties after the resident's first night with us. I know how comforting that can be because our hospital does that for its outpatients. There was a large mass of information to retain. The study guide helped tremendously and I printed it out to refer to prior to taking the national test." ~ Sharon D.
"This course has been a tremendous help to me. This along with the training that I have recieved in the nursing homes it has been great!" ~ Laura K.
"I was impressed with the amount of information included in this course. Thank you for being so thorough. I am recommending this course to everyone I know in the AIT program!" ~ V. M.
"The course was very informational, I really learned a lot. This course would help me alot in preparation for taking the licensure examination, and I would more likely still use the course reading material as a reference when I do become an Administrator. Though I'm not an administrator yet, I have been functioning as an assistant Administrator and have sometimes made some decision for the facility. And some of my decisions came from me understanding the regulations while reviewing this course. The course have helped me now and will be helping me in the future." ~ D. R.
"The information was very detailed and the case studies are very good for critical thinking while completing my AIT program." ~ A. I.
"This course is a great comprehensive program that allows itself to be a valuable resource tool. I will continue to reference these sections as I proceed through the AIT program. I hope the next course is as valuable." ~ D. B.