Nurse Assistant Training Program

Summary

  • Duration: 5 Weeks
  • Hands-on training and lab simulations
  • Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Weekend Classes Available
  • Ongoing Enrollment
  • 100 Externship hours included in the program

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Nursing Assistant Program

U.S College’s Nurse Assistant Program is designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training that you need to begin a new and rewarding career as a nursing assistant. The Program covers topics such as the role of a nurse assistant, the healthcare environment, healthcare safety, basic caregiving skills, and communication skills.

 

Upon completion of the Nurse Assistant Program, you will be eligible to take the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) exam set forth by the California Department of Health Services.

 

Additionally, the Program will teach you how to provide basic patient care as part of a healthcare team. Also, it will provide you with the training that you need to secure an entry-level position as a nursing assistant. Furthermore, it will introduce you to a variety of subjects, such as the responsibilities of nursing assistants. Clinical topics this program covers include emergency procedures, infection control, patient care skills, taking vital signs, and much more.

 

If becoming a nursing assistant sounds interesting to you, consider taking the first step by enrolling in our short-term 5-week Program. Our Program will provide you with the knowledge and skill that you need to succeed in an entry-level nursing assistant career in as few as five weeks!

Summary

  • Duration: 5 Weeks
  • Hands-on training and lab simulations
  • Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Weekend Classes Available
  • Ongoing Enrollment
  • 100 Externship hours included in the program

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Skills You Will Learn

The Nurse Assistant Program consists of 60 hours of in-classroom instruction, 32 hours of lab training, and 100 hours of externship. The course covers all of the modules required by the State of California. The topics and skills covered by the Program include patient rights, infection control, weights and measures, patient care skills, vital signs, nutrition, emergency procedures, long-term care, observation and charting, and death and dying.

 

Earning a Nurse Assistant Training Program Certificate will open the door for you to work in hospitals, retirement communities, assisted living homes, and other skilled nursing facilities under doctors’ and nurses’ supervision. Nursing Assistants assist such professionals with patient care, diagnostic procedures, and treatments. Nursing Assistants are vital to the efficient and successful operation of many medical facilities.

 

Upon completion of the nursing assistant course, you will be eligible to take the examination for California Nurse Assistant Certification approved by the State of California.

Nurse Assistant Training Career Outcomes

The training and skills you will learn in the Nurse Assistant Training Program will prepare you for a variety of entry-level roles. You may find yourself working in a variety of settings to include the hospital, urgent care center, doctor’s office, or clinic. Nurse Assistants are needed all over and are in-demand in the healthcare field.

  • Nursing Assistant
  • Home Health Aid

About the Nurse Assistant Program

Nursing Assistant Careers are rewarding. If you choose to enroll in U.S College’s Nurse Assistant Training Course, you should be confident in that you will be acquiring the knowledge and skills that you need to succeed in an entry-level nurse assistant career.

 

Furthermore, enrollment in our Nurse Assistant Course is offered on a monthly basis, so there will be little to no wait time between the time you enroll in the Program and the time you begin the Program. Additionally, our Program is short-term, preparing you for an entry-level career as a Nurse Assistant in 8 weeks.

 

Upon completion of the Nursing Assistant Classes, you will be eligible to take the Regional Testing Certified Nurse Assistant Exam (CNA Exam).

 

Here are some of the courses that are covered by the Nursing Assistant Program offered by U.S Colleges:

Course Titles

Hours

Introduction

2

Patients’ Rights

6

Interpersonal Skills

4

Prevention and Management of Catastrophe & Unusual Occurrence

4

Body Mechanics

8

Medical and Surgical Asepsis; Infection Control

12

Weights and Measures

2

Patient Care Skills

58

Patient Care Procedures

31

Vital Signs

11

Nutrition

10

Emergency Procedures

5

Long Term Care Patient

11

Rehabilitative Nursing

8

Observation and Charting

8

Death and Dying

4

Abuse

8

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February 27th, 2023!