Nurse Assistant

This program prepares the student to function as an entry-level worker on a healthcare team. Focus will be on preparing the student to provide direct care to the patient/resident; promote comfort measures; and collect, record and report data to licensed personnel. Principles of critical thinking, team membership, ethics, caring, communications and cultural sensitivity are integrated throughout the program. The program includes classroom, laboratory and clinical care experiences.

 

The Nurse Assistant program is offered at the City of Industry Campus.

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    Clock Hours
    164 hours
    (61 hours of theory; 103 hours of laboratory/clinical)
    Prerequisite
    High School Diploma or GED

    CourseDescriptionTheoryClinical
    Module1Introduction21
    Module2Patient's Rights31
    Module3Interpersonal Skills20
    Module4Prevention Management of Catastrophe and Unusual Occurrence11
    Module5Body Mechanics24
    Module6Medical & Surgical Asepsis28
    Module7Weights and Measures11
    Module8Patient Care Skills1442
    Module9Patient Care Procedures720
    Module10Vital Signs36
    Module11Nutrition26
    Module12Emergency Procedures21
    Module13Long-Term Care Patient54
    Module14Rehabilitative Nursing34
    Module15Observation and Charting44
    Module16Death and Dying20
    Module17Abuse60
    TotalTotal61103
    DescriptionCosts
    Registration Fee$50.00
    Books and Equipment$191.00
    Tuition$1,659.00
    STRF$1.00
    Total Amount$1,901.00

    Campus : Los Angeles

    No longer offered at the Los Angeles Campus

    Campus : City of Industry

    Upcoming Classes : TBA

    A GROWING INDUSTRY

    The US Department of Labor estimates that the amount of nurse assistants from 2014-2024 is expected to grow 17%, or 267,800 openings! That’s much higher than the average growth! Enter a career you can rely on

    8 WEEKS LONG

    The Nurse Assistant Program spans just 8 weeks! In 2 months you’ll be ready to start your career or continue your studies!

    GO FURTHER

    Becoming a CNA is entry-level and is just the first step in your Nursing career- you can branch out to other positions! The Home Health Aide program is only open to CNAs, for one. Or you can further your studies, and your income, by furthering your education and enrolling in the Vocational Nursing program. The possibilities for career growth in Nursing is endless with further studies, training, experience and certifications!

    We look forward to seeing you!