DNS-CT Certification Virtual Workshop 8/23/2021 Hill Education
Includes a Live Event on 08/23/2021 at 9:00 AM (EDT)
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 online instruction from a Master Teacher covering the ten courses of the DNS-CT program, access to the online materials used during the workshop, and access to the ten certification exams required to earn the credential.
This workshop will be hosted online, through a virtual platform.
- Days: August 23-25
- Time: 7 am - 4 pm (MST), daily
Access additional program and workshop information (including CEs and cancellation policy) here.
Hosted by: Hill Education
Carol Hill, MSN, RN, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, QCP-MT, CPC
Hill Educational Services Inc.
Carol is president and primary consultant for Hill Educational Services Inc., a long-term care consulting and training company. Carol is a graduate of the University of North Alabama, where she received her Master’s Degree in Nursing in the teaching learning track.
For over 25 years, she has been involved in the long-term care industry, having worked as an MDS coordinator, DON, ADON, case review expert, quality resource specialist, and consultant/trainer. She is a Resident Assessment Coordinator-Master Teacher Advanced, Resident Assessment Coordinator-Master Teacher, Director of Nursing Services-Master Teacher, QAPI Certified Professional-Master Teacher, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer, and Certified Professional Coder. She has conducted MDS 3.0 training throughout the United States and has been a contributor to articles on the Minimum Data Set and Prospective Payment System.