This program enhances the abilities of students in a wide variety of skills in the health care industry. Students will learn interpretation of medical and social needs of people being served, nutrition, and working with long term care. This course will enable the graduate to obtain professional employment in a variety of employers such as clinical facilities, long term care, nursing homes, and hospitals. SOC31-1014
Upon completion of the Nurse Assistant program, students will be able to: demonstrate the fundamental nursing skills expected of a nursing assistant. The student will use effective communication skills while delivering care to clients and families in various nursing practice settings, and in collaboration with the health care team.
The mission of this program is to provide high quality healthcare assistant training that prepares the student for the ever changing healthcare environment. The goal of this program is to prepare the student to become California Certified Nurse Assistant.
To complete this program a student must complete all prescribed courses and achieve a minimum score of 70% on all course work and a passing grade for all clinical work. The student must pass a State exam to receive State certification.
Total Clock Hours
This program is 160 hours
Final Tests or Exams
Yes. Students are evaluated through written and performance assessments.
Internship or Externship
Yes. Practical instruction as nurse assistant in a clinical setting.
Registration Fee*: $75
Books & Materials: $160
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