The Patient Care Technician Instructor will teach principles and practice of PCT in accordance with the SC Department of Health and Human Services (SC DHHS), National Healthcareer Association (NHA), and other applicable regulations. This position will manage and observe the student's academic progress, including clinical experiences, and report to the Allied Health Sciences CE Program Coordinator.
Duties and Responsibilities
In accordance with SC DHHS/NHA standards prepare students for successful completion of the NHA Electrocardiogram, Phlebotomy, and Certified Patient Care Technician examinations.
Teach the state-mandated course curriculum.
Evaluate and document student's progress.
Communicate effectively with students.
Provide an environment conducive to learning.
Maintain accurate attendance and academic records.
Other related duties as assigned by the Allied Health CEWD Program Coordinator.
Minimum and Additional Requirements
NHA or other national certification in Electrocardiogram, Phlebotomy, and/or Patient Care Technician – or qualified to become certified within 30 days of hire. Five or more years working with patients in long-term care, medical practice, or hospital setting. AHA approved BLS CPR Required.
South Carolina Licensed Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse (RN/LPN) or equivalent. Supervisory and teaching experience, senior care experience within past 5 years, BSN or advanced degree. CPR BLS/PALS Instructor, CNA, RMA, and or CCMA certifications.
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