Online course designed to help nursing assistants acquire fundamental restorative nursing concepts and skills
The full course is made up of 5 modules, each focusing on a set of restorative nursing topics or concepts, mirroring the content of the ARN Restorative Nursing: A Training Manual for Nursing Assistants publication. Each module covers fundamental concepts and skills in a unique question & answer format that is designed to increase both knowledge and confidence in that knowledge. The course is suitable to be taken in a variety of ways: as a stand-alone self-paced program; as part of a blended learning program combining classroom and online content; and as an “online companion” to the ARN Restorative Nursing: A Training Manual for Nursing Assistants publication.
* Disclaimer: This course is intended to enhance the educational foundation for Restorative Nursing Assistants. Taking this course does not secure certification or licensure for the learner. Refer to your state requirements for more information on how to become a Restorative Nursing Assistant.
Upon completion of all of the modules, you will be able to:
ARN's Restorative Nursing Assistant Online Course is being delivered in a unique and highly effective online environment called amplifire™. The amplifire platform uses a "question & answer" format and a sophisticated algorithm to enable you to achieve a higher level of mastery of the content, acquire it faster, and retain it longer.
Pricing is for a 12-month single user license only. After purchasing, please review your email confirmation receipt regarding additional information on how to access the course. If you do not receive an email notification, please contact ARN Member Services at 800.229.7530.
Multi-user pricing is also available.
Once the ARN Restorative Nursing Online Course is purchased, please review your email receipt carefully regarding additional instructions on how to access the course. If you do not receive an email notification, please contact ARN Member Services at 800.229.7530.
Release Date: October 27, 2014