Training Program General Requirements
The training program content outlines, which are to be followed for the training program, are
included in this packet (pages 8 and 9) as is the Homemaker-Home Health Aide Training Faculty
form. The Training Faculty form identies the appropriate instructor(s) for each section of the
program (page 11).
Please notify the Board, in writing, prior to the date the program starts, if there are any changes
in the information previously submitted including the program dates, program locations or program
instructors. The Board must also be notied of any program cancellations.
Training Program “Completion/Submission” Requirements
1. After completion of the 76-hour Homemaker-Home Health Aide Training Program and
competency evaluation, the agency or school must submit the following to the Board for
a. The completed “Graduate List” (included in this packet) with each applicant’s name and
address typed. Each applicant’s name must be on the submitted Graduate List.
b. Individual letters of completion for each graduate.
Note: The application fee is nonrefundable.
Letters of completion must be submitted electronically to: NJHHA@dca.lps.state.nj.us .
Program Coordinator Responsibilities
(a) The program coordinator shall provide an appropriately equipped classroom and skills
laboratory with sufcient equipment and resources to provide for efcient and effective
theoretical and clinical learning experiences.
(b) The program coordinator shall submit the following to the Board of Nursing at least two
months prior to the commencement of the training program:
1. A Board of Nursing application for program approval. The application form requests
the name and address of the agency or school, the date and location of course
offerings, the tentative number of trainees and the name and address of the program
coordinator. Two supplemental forms which must accompany the application are a
faculty approval application which requests the name of the instructor assigned to
each session and an instructor personnel record which requests brief biographical
and educational information for each instructor;
2. The annual program approval fee for each location at which the program will be
offered: $250.00; and
3. The resume(s) of the nursing instructor(s). The resume shall include the instructor’s
name, address, education (the institution, the type of degree or diploma, the month
and year of graduation), work experience (the employer’s name and address, the
dates of employment, including the month and year, the job title, and whether the
employment was full-time or part-time), and the New Jersey license or certication
number, as appropriate.
(c) The program coordinator shall not, without prior notice to and approval by the Board,
make additions to or deletions from a training program which has been approved by
the Board of Nursing.