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The program also includes CPR, basic first aid, HIPPA, OSHA certificates upon completion.
The program is designed to prepare students to sit for the California Certification Examination for Nurse Assistants. Students also learn how to take care of patients’ basic needs, including bathing and feeding. Students learn to be proficient in technical skills, such as taking vital signs, tracking patient progress through charts, and performing certain emergency procedures.
The objective of the Nurse Assistant Program is for students learn to provide quality care for residents in long-term care environments, maintain residents’ dignity, and improve or maintain quality of life.
The program also addresses the complex social, legal, and ethical issues that result from prolonged care. Good bedside manner is covered through interpersonal communication practice and knowledge of patents’ rights, resident care procedures, and rehabilitation.
Within this course the student will also receive CPR training and take required examinations for certification. HIPPA and OSHA certifications will also be issued.
NA Nurse Assistant: Three-month program (13.5 weeks) Clock hours: 189
Program Delivery: Residential