8. A training program shall provide the Board, or its designee, access to all training program records, students and staff at any time, including during an announced or unannounced visit. A program’s refusal to provide such access is grounds for withdrawal of Board approval. 9. A training program shall provide each student with an opportunity to anonymously and confidentially evaluate the course instructor, curriculum, classroom environment, clinical instructor, clinical setting, textbook and resources of the program; 10. A training program shall provide and implement a plan to evaluate the program that includes the frequency of evaluation, the person responsible, the evaluative criteria, the results of the evaluation and actions taken to improve the program. The program shall evaluate the following elements at a minimum every two years: a Student evaluations consistent with subsection (A)(9); b. First-time pass rates on the written and manual skills certification exams for each admission cohort; c. Student attrition rates for each admission cohort; d. Resolution of student complaints and grievances in the past two years; and e. Review and revision of program policies.
RULES June 3, 2019 Page 53 of 69 11. A training program shall submit written documentation and information to the Board regarding the following program changes within 30 days of instituting the change: a. For a change or addition of an instructor or coordinator, the name, RN license number, and documentation that the coordinator or instructor meets the applicable requirements of R4-19-802(B) and (C) for NA programs and R4-19-803 (B) for CMA programs; b. For a change in classroom location, the previous and new location, and a description of the new classroom; c. For a change in a clinical facility, the name and address of the new facility and a copy of the signed clinical contract; d For a change in the name or ownership of the training program, the former name or owners and the new name or owners; and e. For a decrease in hours of the program, a written revised curriculum document that clearly highlights new content, strikes out deleted content and includes revised hours of instruction, as applicable. B. Policies and Procedures 1. A training program shall promulgate and enforce written policies and procedures that comply with state and federal requirements, and are consistent with the policies and procedures of the parent institution, if any. The program shall provide effective and review dates for each policy or procedure. 2. A training program shall provide a copy of its policies and procedures to each student on or before the first day the student begins the program. 3. The program shall promulgate and enforce the following policies with accompanying procedures: a. Admission requirements including: i. Criminal background, health and drug screening either required by the program or necessary to place a student in a clinical agency; and ii. English language, reading and math skills necessary to comprehend course materials and perform duties safely.
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