Due to the uncertainty surrounding the Covid 19 Pandemic, we have cancelled our remaining National Instructor courses for 2020

If you are interested in attending a future National Instructor course please contact the Instructor Course Coordinator, Mason Meinhold – Send an Inquiry.

Course Description

Our two-day National Instructor course is designed to prepare Lead Instructors for local or regional Learner / Provider Course implementation. Support instructor candidates are also welcome to attend the Instructor course.

Who is an ideal S.T.A.B.L.E. Lead Instructor candidate?

Someone with an interest in teaching who is also an expert in neonatal intensive care, such as a…

Neonatologist, neonatal nurse practitioner, pediatrician experienced in neonatal intensive care, neonatal physician assistant, neonatal transport nurse, NICU clinical nurse educator or specialist, neonatal transport respiratory therapist, respiratory therapist with a well-developed neonatal background, outreach educator with tertiary intensive care nursery background, experienced ICN nurse / nurse preceptor.

Instructor candidates must meet the qualifications for Lead or Support Instructor to attend. Please review the qualifications before registering.

Review Instructor Classifications and Qualifications

The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program – Hybrid Instructor Course (our solution during the Covid-19 pandemic)

This hybrid instructor course is designed for small group training (up to 15 participants) and hosted by your facility.

As with the traditional private instructor course, the host facility must have a designated Level 3 or 4 NICU and participants must meet the qualifications for the Lead or Support Instructor role.

To accommodate travel and social distancing requirements, all enrolled students must first complete the online S.T.A.B.L.E. Learner course. Access to the online course that is hosted by HealthStream is included in the course fee and is assigned only by S.T.A.B.L.E. The online course was written by the S.T.A.B.L.E. Program Author, Kris Karlsen, and the purpose of completing the online course is to replace 1.25 days of a traditional classroom course.

The classroom part of the instructor course follows completion of the online course. All students must be assembled in the same classroom with the National Faculty joining by teleconference. A course host must be present throughout the classroom portion.

For more information about this hybrid instructor course offering, contact our Instructor Course Coordinator, Mason Meinhold using the link below.