The CNA training program consists of 150 hours of Theory and Clinical instruction; clinical is conducted in a long term facility. The ratio of students to instructor for the clinical training shall not exceed a ratio or one (1) instructor to fifteen (15) students.
Three Saturdays 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The State CNA Examination will be scheduled at the end of the course and students who have completed course requirements are encouraged to participate. The examination involves two components, a practical exam in which the students perform skills appropriately demostrating competence and a written examination. Students must pass both portions to become certified.
The student is required to pay fees (determined by the State of California) for the state examination.
The Certified Nursing Assistants are in demand in Acute Care hospitals within our community. The Acute CNA program is designed to prepare students for employment in acute or sub-acute healthcare facilities. The Acute CNA Training Program consists of 32 hours of academic coursework, and 48 hours of clinical experience. Grades will be able to check vital signs, CPR and First Aid, assist in medical examinations, performing Glucose testing Suction and Oxygen set up, electrocardiograms (EKGs), basic laboratory procedures, specimen collection, and wound care. This program is taught as a combination lecture, and practical exercises while providing real-world experience during the internship portion of training, conducted off-campus.
To be eligible for enrollment in the Acute Nursing Assistant Training Program, the applicants must meet the following criteria as follows:
The Home Health Aide training program prepares students with the skills they need for a career as a Nurse Assistant Home Health Aide. This certification program teaches the procedures in caring for patients who are homebound, in hospitals, or living in long-term care facilities. Students will learn how to interact with patients and assist in basic care needs while maintaining patient rights. To complete the requirements for this program, students must be able to demonstrate their patient care skills and be successful.
The Home Health Aide training program consists:
~20 hours Theory
~20 hours Clinical
Day classes only and offered once per month.
Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
CPR is offered to those who are needed a little refresher or just have to learn it for the first time. Learn to recognize and provide basic treatment for medical conditions like cardiac arrest, stroke, seizures, allergic reactions and much more!
"Changing generations one heart beat at a time."
Contact our office to inquire about Special Programs eligibility and Admission requirements.