Continuing Education, a department of the Faculty of Access and Continuing Education, has been offering high-quality lifelong education options to people in the Fraser Valley since 1974, and are well known for high standards and consistent quality. Continuing Education collaborates with other UFV departments to develop certificates and short courses related to our academic specialities. In addition to the many courses Continuing Education offers, they also provide custom, tailor-made courses for businesses and organizations. Learn more at www.ufv.ca/ce
The Continuing Education (CE) department is building a pool of instructors to teach in the Nursing Unit Clerk certificate program. CE invites applicants to apply for various instructor roles in this program. Positions are part-time, short-term contracts to teach one or several courses in the Nursing Unit Clerk program.
All official course outlines including descriptions and learning outcomes are linked below. NUC courses include:
HLTH NC01 Professionalism and Communication - 20 hours
HLTH NC02 Unit Clerk Fundamentals - 25 hours
HLTH NC03 Admissions, Transfers, Discharges, and Patient Records - 30 hours
HLTH NC04 Medical Terminology and Pharmacology I - 40 hours
HLTH NC05 Medical Terminology and Pharmacology II - 65 hours
HLTH NC06 Diagnostics - 30 hours
HLTH NC07 Laboratory Orders - 45 hours
HLTH NC08 Surgical Orders - 40 hours
HLTH NC09 Specialty Nursing Areas - 40 hours
HLTH NC11 Practicum Orientation - 25 hours
HLTH NC10 Practicum - 155 hours
HTLH NC12 Medical Imaging - 40 hours
Courses will take place Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (Wednesdays off) from 9:00am-2:30pm for the total course hours listed above. Depending on course hours, course duration will be between 4 to 13 days.
View the Nursing Unit Clerk course schedule on our website, found here .
Further information on the Nursing Unit Clerk program can be found online here .
Continuing Education instructors create a student-centred learning environment that encourages active student learning. Instructors teach to meet learning outcomes and incorporate their expertise, real life examples, and effective teaching strategies into the course and materials. Instructors participate in developing curriculum and lesson planning for face-to-face and online delivery. CE instructors also document student’s attendance, participation, progress, and grade assignments and assessments that lead to a final grade. Instructors are required to receive satisfactory student evaluations.
Required qualifications include:
Recognized Nursing Unit Clerk certificate or Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a public accredited post-secondary institution.
Currently working as a Nursing Unit Clerk or Nurse.
Minimum of three to five years recent nursing unit clerk or nursing experience.
Experience working in a service role that includes communicating and cooperating with diverse populations.
Recent instructor training completed or willingness to complete (e.g. Provincial Instructor Diploma; UFV - Adult Education - Integrated Learning Design certificate, or recognized teaching credential).
Professional development furthering instructional and nursing unit clerk or nursing abilities.
Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team.
Experience supervising nursing unit clerk students or practicum students.
Instructor experience with satisfactory student evaluations.
Experience using Blackboard or similar LMS.
Curriculum design experience.
Shortlisted applicants may be required to undergo a criminal record check.
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