# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Nurse Aide II Front Matter

CTE Resource Center - Verso

Virginia’s CTE Resource Center

Nurse Aide II (8362/36 weeks, 280 hours) Instructional Framework

George R. Willcox, Director, Operations and Accountability
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
Virginia Department of Education
P.O. Box 2120
Richmond, VA 23218-2120

Dr. David S. Eshelman, Director, Workforce Development and Initiatives
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
Virginia Department of Education
P.O. Box 2120
Richmond, VA 23218-2120

Edited and produced by
CTE Resource Center
2002 Bremo Road, Lower Level
Henrico, VA 23226
Phone: 804/673-3778
Fax: 804/673-3798
Web address: www.cteresource.org

Copyright ©2018

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Virginia Department of Education
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Richmond, Virginia 23218-2120
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Foreword

To help students select appropriate courses of study to achieve their educational and occupational objectives, the Virginia Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education courses/programs are based on the nationally recognized 16 Career Clusters©. Each cluster is subdivided into various pathways and occupations. These structural components are defined as follows:

Several courses from one CTE program area may be chosen for completion in a coherent sequence, forming a concentration that prepares students for one or more occupations and supports additional education and training in the industry. Courses from various CTE program areas may also be combined in a program mix to enhance career goals. Course concentration sequences are identified in the CTE Administrative Planning Guide (APG), found online at www.cteresource.org/apg/.

A CTE completer is a student who meets the requirements for a CTE concentration and all other requirements for high school graduation or an approved alternative education program. Completers of certain CTE courses may be eligible for certification by an industry, professional organization, or trade association, or for licensure from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Completers may also be qualified to receive the Virginia Board of Education’s Advanced Mathematics and Technology Seal or its Career and Technical Education Seal and/or a student-selected verified credit. Information about the requirements for receiving these diploma seals and a verified credit is found in the APG at the Web site listed above.

This instructional framework presents the tasks/competencies validated by industry experts as essential statewide and required of all students enrolled in the course. Any tasks/competencies not designated as essential are considered optional and may be taught at the discretion of the school division. Also at the school division’s discretion, teachers may add tasks/competencies to supplement instruction and to meet their students’ needs.

The intent of this framework is to guide Virginia teachers in providing on-target, up-to-date, quality instruction leading to their students’ success in subsequent educational and career endeavors.

Acknowledgments

The components of this instructional framework were reviewed by the following business panel team members:

Sharon M. Adams, Nurse Educator, Kenner Army Health Clinic, Greensville County High School, Emporia
Thelma Atkins-Riley, Professor of Nursing, Practical Nursing Program Director, Southside Virginia Community College, Alberta
Cynthia B. Banks, Professor, RN/BSN Program Director, Sentara College of Health Sciences, Chesapeake
Betty DeOrnellas, Administrator, MeadowView Terrace, Clarksville
Dr. Delores Flowers, Gynecologist, Virginia Department of Corrections Medical Services, Emporia
Genevieve Gipson, Director, National Network of Career Nursing Assistants, Norton, Ohio
Edith B. Mangrum, Professor of Nursing, Southside Virginia Community College, Alberta
Terry L. Shanks, RN Supervisor/Nurse Educator, Valley Health, Front Royal
Mary M. Worrell, Practical Nursing/Consultant for the National Board of Nursing, Southside Virginia Community College, Alberta

The following teachers served on the Curriculum Development team:

Margaret S. Blevins, RN/BSN/M.Ed., North Stafford High School, Stafford County Public Schools
Donna B. Davis, RN/BSN, Giles County Technology Center, Giles County Public Schools
Joan C. Hendrix, RN, Pittsylvania County Career and Technical Center, Pittsylvania Public Schools
Ame E. MacIsaac, RN/BSN, North Stafford High School, Stafford County Public Schools
Jennifer McCrickard, RN/MSN, Highland Springs Technical Center, Henrico County Public Schools
Kathleen May, RN/BSN/MS, Governor's Health Sciences Academy, Hampton City Schools
Holly M. Reynolds, RN/BSN, Nelson County High School, Nelson County Public Schools
John A. SanGiovanni, RN/M.Ed., Woodrow Wilson High School, Portsmouth Public Schools
Paula B. Saxby, RN/Ph.D, Deputy Executive Director, Virginia Board of Nursing, Richmond
Carol Schaller, RN, Friendship Retirement Community, Roanoke
Tara M. Smith, RN/BSN, Bedford Science and Technology Center, Bedford County Public Schools
Tracy H. Smith, RN/MSN, Valley Career and Technical Center, Augusta County Public Schools

Tasks/competencies related to opioids were developed by:

David E. Brown, DC, Director, Virginia Department of Health Professions, Henrico
Linda S. Mintle, PhD, Chair, Division of Behavioral Health, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Liberty University, Lynchburg
A. Omar Abubaker, DMD, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond

The framework was edited and produced by the CTE Resource Center:

Kevin P. Reilly, Administrative Coordinator

Michele Green-Wright, Specialist, Health and Medical Sciences and Related Clusters
Office of Career and Technical Education Services
Virginia Department of Education

Tricia S. Jacobs, PhD, CTE Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
Virginia Department of Education