HomeCEUConnection.com is a leading online provider of continuing education for healthcare professionals. We partner with educators of all backgrounds and skills to produce exceptional online educational courses.
Nurses, are YOU interested in partnering with us?
In addition to the hundreds of CE courses we offer for physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, massage therapists and more, we are pleased to announce that we will soon provide continuing education for nurses. We are seeking talented RNs like you to teach superior continuing education content.
Featuring YOU, Our Next Course Presenter!
Do you desire personal and professional growth?
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others?
Are you passionate about sharing your knowledge with the world?
Why not reap all the rewards that being an educator can bring without having to make the sacrifices? Let us help you do what you love and get compensated for it!
How to Teach Continuing Education Classes for Nurses:
Complete the form below and our Content Partner Liaison will contact you soon to discuss how to teach continuing education classes for nurses with HomeCEUConnection.com. You can also browse our FAQs to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Do I need a teaching certificate or do I need a doctorate degree to teach continuing education classes for nurses?
No. You do not need a teaching certificate or a doctorate degree to teach continuing education for nurses.
2. What type of credentials do I need to become a continuing education instructor?
You must have graduated college with a degree in nursing and currently hold a registered nurse license. Your license must be issued by a state nursing board in the United States. You must also prove your specialty in the subject matter you plan to present.
3. Will I be teaching a class? If so, where is the classroom located?
You will not be teaching in a physical classroom; rather, your will be teaching a video course presented in an online media format. (You can preview samples of our current continuing education offerings here.) We will record your presentation at our production studio in North Dallas, Texas.
4. Do I have to pay for my travel arrangements?
No. We will arrange and execute every aspect of your time with us, including travel and hotel arrangements, meals, ground transportation, and equipment procurement.
5. What topic will I teach?
You can teach any nursing practice-related topic; however, you need to demonstrate specialty in the subject matter. This can be done via demonstrated content expertise on your resume via work history, education, CEUs completed, published articles, etc.
6. I am a very experienced nurse and have a variety of topics I can present. Is there a specific topic you prefer so I can narrow down my options?
We are presently seeking instructors to provide regulatory and compliance training content (OSHA, HIPAA law, etc.); however, our continuing education courses cover a wide variety of health-related topics. You are welcome to present any topic as long as you demonstrate a specialty in the subject matter and the material is post-graduate level education. You can also teach multiple CE courses.
Feel free to browse our course topics here to get an idea of the types of CEUs we currently offer.
7. How long are the courses?
Our courses range in length from 60 minutes to several hours, depending on the amount of material you plan to cover. (Typically, one hour of content is equivalent to one continuing education credit.) Therefore, you must be prepared to teach for at least 60 minutes. Once you complete the form above, we will contact you to discuss your topic(s), allotted time frame, outline, course objectives, etc. in further detail.
8. Will I be compensated for teaching continuing education for nurses?
Yes. Presenters receive either royalties or an honorarium for their CE courses. If you are interested in becoming a presenter, please complete the form above to discuss compensation further.
9. Will I need to have my continuing education course approved by a state nursing board?
We take care of this work for you. In states where there is an approval process, we will submit an application to either the state licensing board or association to seek approval.
In some instances, you will need your course material outlined in a particular format to meet nursing CE requirements, but dont worry we guide you through this process so its easy and stress-free.
Watch this short, 2-minute video or contact us to learn more about becoming a continuing education presenter. We look forward to hearing from you!