FHCA's Annual Conference offers several specialized trainings to help members meet specific training needs or licensure requirements. Some of these training sessions are separate ticketed events and require registration in advance to secure your seat.

Medical Errors: Prevention and Analysis
This two-hour course is designed to assist Florida’s licensed Nursing Home Administrators and Nurses in meeting the statutory requirements of Florida Statutes 456.013 (7); as well as the regulatory requirements of the Florida Administrative Code, Sections 64B9-5.011 for Nurses and s. 64B10-11.0011 for Nursing Home Administrators.
Complimentary with Full Registration*

*An email has been sent to all full registrants as of August 12, 2022. If you did not receive the email please check your junk folder first, then contact eventsupport@fhca.org.

Nursing Home Administrator 101

Sunday, July 31
10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Amina Dubuisson, Vice President of Clinical Services, Ventura Services of Florida, Inc.; Deborah Franklin, Senior Director of Quality Affairs, Florida Health Care Association; Karen Goldsmith, Attorney, Goldsmith & Grout, P.A.; Julie Ann Kemman, President, Health Care Professional Consulting Services, Inc.; Clinton Slier, Life Safety and Environmental Specialist, Integrity Health Care Systems; Cary Smith, Chief Operations Officer, AdventHealth Care Centers; and Vern Zeger, Executive Director, Village on the Green
This six-hour training is for new administrators with five years or less experience and is designed to motivate and develop the skills needed to become a great leader and provide valuable networking connections. The training will focus on leadership, financial, legal and regulatory, life safety, survey readiness and quality improvement skills. Hear from long term care leaders as they discuss best practices and tools for the administrator to be successful. Nursing home administrators are responsible for leading the team to ensure regulations are met and quality of care is of the highest standard. Registration includes lunch, breaks, a resource reference manual and 6 CEUs.
Additional Registration Fee Required

Preceptor Refresher Course
Wednesday, August 3
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Deborah Franklin, Senior Director of Quality Affairs, FHCA
Florida Board of Nursing Home Administrator (BNHA) regulations pursuant to 64B10-16.0025(2), FAC, require all Florida Nursing Home Administrators with Preceptor Certification to take a two-hour Preceptor Refresher Course upon license renewal every two years. This course will meet that requirement. If you are considering becoming a Preceptor, this session will also provide an overview to help you understand the needs and expectations of AITs and Preceptors. FHCA’s Senior Director of Quality Affairs Deborah Franklin will moderate this session as experts, including current and past members of the BNHA, probable cause panel members and experienced Preceptors, share their knowledge.
Included in all Full, Additional Full, and Wednesday Single Day Registrations

Preceptor Provider Training
Thursday, August 4
9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Deborah Franklin, Senior Director of Quality Affairs, FHCA
This six (6) hour Preceptor Training meets the requirements of 64B10-16.0025(2), FAC. This session will be an interactive training program to qualify attendees to become preceptors and help shape the careers of new long term care administrators. Lunch will be provided.
Additional Registration Fee Required