What Is CNA?

CNA is a healthcare professional who provides health care services to patients and facility residents. They are also called nursing aides or orderlies. Job Description. As it has been mentioned, a CNA provides basic health care services to his clients.

The CNA program trains individuals who wish to care for clients in nursing homes, retirement homes or other nursing or healthcare facilities. The program introduces the student to basic patient care.
Students are awarded a CNA certificate upon successful completion of the program and after meeting all requirements for graduation.
Training includes:
_ Introduction and orientation to healthcare
_ Building a Foundation Before resident care
_ Understanding Residents and Body Systems
_ Developing Personal care skills and basic healthcare skills
_ Meeting nutritional and elimination needs
_Common disorders and related careprocedures
_ Special Care Concerns
_ Medical Terminology and Abbreviations
_ Vital Signs
_ Clinical Lab Skills Review
_ Career Skills
_ Assisting with Self Administration of medications
_ Alzheimer's Disease
_ Domestic Violence & Elderly Abuse
_ HIPAA - Resident Rights
_ HIV/AIDS
_ OSHA - Bloodborne Pathogens - HBV

Through lecture, discussion, testing, hands-on practice and clinical lab experience the nursing assistant review program provides students with both the theoretical knowledge and clinical skills (hands on) training and experience needed to sit for Florida Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) exam.

Near to a 90% State Board Exam Pass Rate

Class Schedule and length

Monday-Thursday {8:30 am - 2:30 pm} 4 weeks (95 hours)
Monday-Thursday {6:00 pm - 10:00 pm} 5.5 weeks (95 hours)

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