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Re-Certification as Registered Nurse Instructor

  1. Have a current, unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina or have multi-state licensure privilege
  2. The individual has taught at least one 24 hour Medication Aide training program within the preceding two (2) years
  3. The individual successfully completes a review program approved by the Board

Applying for Medication Aide Instructor Re-Certification

  • The North Carolina Board of Nursing will send a Re-Certification application to Certified Medication Aide Registered Nurse Instructor
  • Complete the application. Note, part of the re-certification requirement is to review Medication Aide Program Revisions-Updates
  • Submit the application with $25.00 administrative fee to address on application
  • The North Carolina Board of Nursing will send a certification letter, which includes the Instructor Identification Number, to Medication Aide Registered Nurse Instructor
Re-Certification Process if Inactive or Have Not Taught Any Course Within the Two Year Timeframe

If a Medication Aide Registered Nurse Instructor or Master Teacher has been inactive for 2 years or more, or if the individual is currently certified but has not taught any course within the 2 year period, the Registered Nurse Instructor or Master Teacher must repeat the 16-hour Medication Aide Instructor Course (taught by a currently certified Medication Aide Master Teacher) prior to re-approval as a Medication Aide Faculty.

North Carolina Board of Nursing

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