CNACC is built on an innovative Train-the-Trainer model (T3): facilities select a representative from their staff to be trained through an AHE CNACC Train-the-trainer program, the representative then delivers the CNACC certification program in their organization directly to frontline staff. The CNACC program’s train-the-trainer model provides a cost-effective way to deliver this quality education to your entire team of high-performing non-acute care technicians. The program is offered as an online train-the-trainer workshop in which building services contractors, long-term care managers, and trainers and supervisors from health care facilities can first be trained, then bring the training back to their respective team members.
Each CNACC workshop is led by master trainers (MT- CNACC s). The master trainers arm workshop attendees with the resources, materials, and knowledge necessary become designated trains, or T- CNACCs.
The instruction delivered at the AHE T3 program will include the same information T-CNACC will be delivering to prospective CNACC during organization training sessions. AHE will be providing Trainer Resources to T-CHEST who have completed the program (facilitator guide, videos, game cards, etc.). T-CNACC may deliver the content over any desired number of sessions, provided they adhere to the curriculum and required number of hours per module.
T- CNACCs then facilitate testing for, your entire staff to ensure everyone has access to this effective, high-value learning opportunity without additional travel costs or time spent away from important frontline duties.
Subject Matter Experts (SMEs):
Professionals who are experts on a specific non-acute care cleaning content area and have participated in setting standards and developing curriculum for the CNACC program.
CNACC Master Trainers (M-Ts):
Professionals who have been trained by subject matter experts to deliver the CNACC program to facility representatives.
CNACC Trainers (T-CNACC):
A facility representative that has attended AHE CNACC training, and is now capable of training frontline staff with their organization.
Certificate in Non-Acute Care Cleaning - One who has completed the AHE CNACC program and passed the written exam.