RN Reentry Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Please take a moment to read through these frequently asked questions to determine if Foothills AHEC's RN Reeentry Program meets your needs. Please note: You must be living in Foothills AHEC's 31-county service area in order to be considered for the program. Click your county on this map to determine which AHEC can assist you.
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How does the self-study component work?
Once accepted into the program, a “key” is issued by the RN Reentry Coordinator with instructions to register for the online modules. The modules consist of 28 sections, with a quiz at the end of each section. A minimum score of 80% is required to pass each section. Each quiz is locked after 3 attempts, but the student can continue to complete the remaining courses and quizzes, and upon completion contact the RN Reentry Coordinator for additional instructions.
After passing all 28 sections successfully, the RN Reentry Coordinator will issue a certificate of completion. The modules must be completed within two weeks of starting unless prior arrangements are made. The modules must be successfully completed prior to beginning clinical practice.
The ultimate goal is to regain basic knowledge provided in each of the 28 areas.