The National Administrator Residency/ AIT Program Manual has been updated!
In partnership with the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA), NAB is offering a national interactive Administrator Residency/ AIT Program Manual to guide both the Preceptor and the Administrator in Residence (AIR) through the internship experience. The goal of the manual is to:
1. Provide the AIR with a solid foundation in the exciting field of long term care.
2. Encourage state licensing boards to adopt this manual for their AIR programs.
3. Establish a consistent AIR experience for all future leaders.
Based on feedback from state member boards, preceptors, and administrators in residence, the Administrator in Residence Program Manual has been overhauled. It is now a four module manual, with each line of service (LOS) having a dedicated module with a LOS specific self-assessment and professional development plan.
The modules include the following:
Module 1: Guidelines for designing an AIR/ AIT program. Phases of AIR/ AIT program. AIR/ AITT model standards covering domains. Flashcard links.
Module 2: Knowledge & skills. Domains of Practice. Sample learning activities.
Module 3: One Module 3 per Line of Service including a LOS specific self-assessment and professional development plan. Section for customization to include state content is included.
Module 3 - NHA | Module 3 - RCAL | Module 3 - HCBS | Module 3 - HSE
Module 4: Reference material: glossary, prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations, therapeutic actions, common diagnoses.
PLEASE NOTE: While this program is free to use, charging a fee for use of the course material as a stand-alone program is prohibited.