DNS-CT Certification In-Person Workshop 11/1/2022 LeadingAge IL - Woodridge, IL
Includes a Live In-Person Event on 11/01/2022 at 8:00 AM (MDT)
Take your leadership and management talents to the next level with the Director of Nursing Services—Certified (DNS-CT) certification. Earning this credential validates your expertise, gives you the advantage among your peers, and helps you improve quality, communication, and resident care throughout your facility. You must be a current RN and have the equivalent of two years of full-time long-term or post-acute care experience, with a minimum of one year of experience either as a DNS or relevant nursing leadership experience to qualify. With the DNS-CT credential behind your name, it shows you have the management skills and knowledge needed to master the challenges of being a DNS. The DNS-CT credential is perfect for directors of nursing services, nursing home administrators, vice presidents of clinical services, and other long-term care professionals with management responsibilities.
Your registration includes three days of in-person instruction from a Master Teacher covering the ten courses of the DNS-CT program, access to digital workshop materials, and access to the ten certification exams. We suggest downloading and saving each PDF to a device of your choice. Although not required, you may print the PDFs at your own expense. If you decide to print your materials, please remember that changes and updates are continually incorporated into the workshop materials.
This workshop will be hosted at the following location:
Bobak’s Signature Events
6440 Double Eagle Dr.
Woodridge, IL 60517
All times are listed in the time zone of the state the workshop will be held in.
- Days: November 1-3
- Time: 8 am - 5 pm (Central Time), daily
Access additional program and workshop information (including CEs and cancellation policy) here.
Hosted by: LeadingAge Illinois
Amy Franklin, RN, DNS-MT, RAC-MT
Director of Clinical Services
Amy is currently an Independent Nurse Consultant who is dedicated in serving post acute care clinical leadership and management. She has taught AAPACN certification programs since 2009, she is considered an expert in post-acute care, clinical systems management, RAI and clinical reimbursement process. Her experience includes over 25 years of healthcare service, with over 20 years in leadership and management; positions include multi-state director of clinical services, corporate compliance, director of reimbursement, ICD-10 CM/PCS trainer (AHIMA), nurse consultant, multi-state director of RAI, curriculum development/implementation, director of nursing, unit manager, RAI/MDS coordinator and infection control.