Nurse Assistant I (169 Hours)
This state required course is designed for those wishing to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). This class consists of classroom work, lab, and clinical rotations. At the end of the course a separate state approved agency administers the competency testing for a fee of $101. Six days of clinical rotation will be scheduled starting as early as 6:30 a.m. Some weekend classes and lab particiipation may also be requirred by clinical site and random drug screenings may be conducted.
• Dressing, bathing, and skin care
• Feeding, mouth, and hair care
• Making beds
• Toileting assistance and catheter care; bowel and bladder care
• Taking vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, etc.)
• Helping patients walk
• Assisting with range-of-motion exercises
• Helping wheelchair-bound patients using safe patient handling devices
• Turning and positioning bedridden patients regularly
• Safety awareness, observing, reporting, and documentation
• Performing postmortem care.
• Provide two forms of identification (driver’s license and social security card) at registration
• Copy of immunization record including a TB screening and results within the past year
• Other immunizations may be required including Hepatitis B, varicella, and current influenza. (Waivers of some immunizations may be acceptable)
• Tetanus shots for some clinical sites.
Cost of Class:
• Tuition/Registration $180
• Liability Insurance $13
• Text $46 (subject to change)
• Cost of CPR card
• Student handbook $13
• Optional accident insurance $1.20.
• State test $101
• Drug screening for clinical site
• Background check for clinical site.
8/14/18 - 2/6/19, TTh, 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.; Labs 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.;
Clinical schedule will vary
$180 plus book and fees