::After evaluation of competency, the Nurse Tech is allowed to perform all duties of an Emergency Medical Technician/ Certified Nursing Assistant as well as other technical skills which have been learned in a nursing education program and for which competency has been previously demonstrated under the supervision of a faculty member. Exceptions include but are not limited to the following: The Nurse Technician may not administer medication, perform assessments, act in a supervisory position, take verbal orders from the physician or other health care provider, or develop the plan of care. A Registered Nurse is directly responsible at all times for the Nurse Technician, who is functioning as an EMT licensed person with a defined job description. The RN must be physically present in the institution, not, however, providing direct supervision for every activity. Upon graduation of the Nursing Program, must take the first licensure examination within 90 days after graduation, if graduate does not pass, must take and pass the 2nd examination within 5 months of graduation.