CNA Training | Certified Nursing Assistant Program (In-Person)
Classes are limited to 10 students: Instructor to student ratio is 1:10.
The CNA program is a comprehensive course designed to provide students with theory and fundamental skills to provide the basic care skills essential in caring for patients in long-term care, hospitals, home care, hospice, and more. This class includes communication, interpersonal skills, documentation, infection control, safety and BLS CPR, patient’s rights, recognizing and reporting abuse, nursing skills, vital signs; body structure and function, which are only a few topics to mention.
Students have the opportunity to experience classroom learning, laboratory practice, and supervised hands-on clinical training in a long-term care facility. After completing and passing all the requirements of the CNA program, graduates will be eligible to sit for the state exam for certified nursing assistants.