How do I become approved for the Administrator-In-Training (AIT) program?
Answer: See Administrator-in-Training.
Does my compact Registered Nurse (RN) license make me eligible for a 12-month AIT program?
Answer: No. A compact RN license does not meet the requirement for a Delaware RN license. However, you may qualify for a 6-month, 9-month, or 12-month AIT program if you meet the education requirement. For information on the education requirements, see Administrator-in-Training.
How do I become approved to sit for the exam?
Answer: The Board will grant approval to sit for the exam when you have successfully completed the AIT program and a Board-approved course of study. In general, the Board will approve any 100-hour or 120-hour course of study that is also approved by the National Associations of Boards of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB). NAB administers the NHA licensing exam. For more information, see www.nabweb.org.
How is a Temporary Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) approved?
Answer: The nursing home facility that needs a temporary NHA must submit the application for the designated temporary administrator to the Board for approval. For complete instructions, see Temporary NHA Licensure.
How do I notify the Board of a change of address?
Answer: You may update your contact information online. Click Change Contact Information.
How do I submit continuing education courses for approval?
Answer: Submit a Request for Approval of Continuing Education to the Board office following the instructions on the form.
How do I request a written license verification?
Answer: See Request Written Verification.
How do I renew my license?
Answer: See License Renewal.