Technological advances in diabetes management include continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion. This article describes a pilot project using an educational intervention by a diabetes nurse educator aimed at familiarizing nurses with insulin pump therapy at a large teaching hospital. Teaching points included appropriate patient selection, principles of insulin therapy, and safe insulin pump operation. An embedded mixed-method design was employed to assess educational effectiveness. Results of the pretest and posttest analysis indicated that the program significantly increased knowledge and confidence among nurses for managing pump therapy.