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Spring 2019 Program

What’s new for the 2019 Preceptor program? 

This statewide program is provided free of cost for course participants, through funding provided by the Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine. This year, we’re looking forward to welcoming nurse managers and school nurses to the learning audience. Nurse managers and school nurses will be joining the cohorts of registered nurses interested in obtaining the knowledge and skills to assume the preceptor role and clinical nurse educators interested in further developing their knowledge and skills, to work in partnership with RN program attendees from their organizations, to guide and support the on-going development of new preceptors. Click here to view the Criteria and Conditions of Participation.

How is the program designed? 

The program is designed as a blended learning program consisting of eight interactive online learning modules and a one day in person workshop.     

How does it work?

1. Register for the Program

Enrollment for the 2019 program has closed. For specific questions regarding the program, please email

2. Initial Online Modules

You have several weeks to complete the eight 30-minute online modules and must complete them all prior to attending the live workshop. Please click here to view the module titles.

Take a sample module

3. Live Workshops

Attend the full-day workshop.

Preceptorship Live Workshop 2019

Please click here to view the workshop titles.

4. Finalize Steps to Complete the Program

Complete the final steps in the program after the live workshop.

  • Complete the Workshop Evaluation.
  • Print the Nursing Contact Hours Certificate.
  • Share the “Preceptor Action Plan” developed during the workshop with your sponsor (for Nurse Preceptors).
  • Complete a follow-up program survey that will be sent approximately three months following program completion.