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Certification as Registered Nurse Instructor

The Registered Nurse must apply to the Board of Nursing to be certified as a Medication Aide Instructor and receive an Instructor Identification Number PRIOR to teaching a Medication Aide class.
  1. Have a current, unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina or have multi-state licensure privilege
  2. Have had at least two (2) years of practice experience as a Registered Nurse that includes medication administration
  3. Have successfully completed a 16 hour instructor training program approved by the Board and provided by a Medication Aide Master Teacher
  4. Maintain Board of Nursing certification as a Medication Aide Instructor (must be renewed every two (2) years at the time of Registered Nurse license renewal)

Process of applying for Medication Aide Instructor Certification

The North Carolina Board of Nursing will send a certification letter, which includes the Instructor Identification Number, to Medication Aide Registered Nurse Instructor.

North Carolina Board of Nursing

The mission of the North Carolina Board of Nursing is to protect the public by regulating the practice of nursing.
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