Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program
CNA's Are The Foundation of The Nursing Team.
What Does Nursing Assistant Training Include?
The Bellevue Career College Nursing Assistant Training Program will present the basics of bedside patient care under the guidelines of federal and state requirements. Participants who successfully complete the course will meet criteria to sit for the state certification examination. The program includes 60 hours of theory content, conducted in the classroom, and 100 hours of direct patient care (clinical training), conducted in an accredited and State approved Long-Term Care facility. A student will be eligible for certification by the State of California as a nurse assistant upon satisfactory completion of course requirements and the State Competency Evaluation.
Students enrolled in the Nurse Assistant Training Program will be taught the following course modules:
Introduction to Roles and Responsibilities of the C.N.A.
Prevention and Management of Catastrophe
Communication and Interpersonal skills
Restorative and Rehabilitative Nursing
Medical and Surgical Asepsis
Weights and Measures
Resident Care Skills
Resident Care Procedures
Observation and Reporting
Long-term care Resident
Death and Dying
Program Tuition Includes:
Nursing Textbook & Workbook
2-sets of scrubs
State Exam Fee & Registration
Upcoming Class Schedule
Evening (coming soon)
December 16, 2019
January 24, 2020
February 28, 2020
*Upon successful completing the course of 100 supervised clinical hours and 60 hours theory, along with passing the Nurse Assistant course exam you will qualify to take the State Competency Test (CEP) to be a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA).
WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS TRAINING?
The Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide certificate program prepares graduates for a career in the health care field such as a:
Home Health Aide
Personal Care Aide
Personal Care Attendant
Personal Care Assistant
Companion Care Provider
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of nursing assistants and nurse aides is expected to grow 17 percent nationally by 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations, due to growing elderly population.*