Nursing Assistant Training Program

This 160 hour – 20 day course is designed to introduce student to the functions and roles of the Nursing Assistant (NA). The Nursing Assistant course has two components: theoretical portion 55 hours and clinical portion 105 hours to make a total of 160 hours. The training will be conducted from Monday to Friday. The instructor will deliver the course content through lectures and demonstrations and exposure of the students to actual nursing procedures and techniques while in the clinical setting. Knowledge validation is evaluated on an ongoing basis through tests and quizzes. It consists of 16 modules focused on all aspects of resident care, including residents’ rights, body mechanics, taking vital signs and rehabilitative nursing, among others.

The book Mosby’s Textbook for Nursing Assistant 8th RN and Leighann N. Remmert, MS, RN will be the official textbook for the course. A nursing assistant may be defined as an individual trained to give personal care and assistance, determined  by the facilities’ policies, under the supervision of a Licensed Vocational Nurse or by a Registered Nurse. Upon completion of the program, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion and be eligible to take the written and practical examination required by the State of California Department of Health Services to obtain a certificate of Nursing Assistant, and seek employment in hospitals and long-term care facilities.

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