Program Length: 150 Hours
Home Health Aide
Program Length: 40 Hours
There are two components of the Home Health Aide program consisting of Forty (40) hours combining lecture, skills lab and clinical practice. A person must be a CNA in order to obtain their HHA license. This program discusses:Introduction of Aides and agency role, Interpretation of medical and social needs of the client , Personal cares services , Nutrition, Cleaning and care task in the home.
Acute Care Nurse Assistant
Program Length: 116 Hours
There are two components of the Acute Care Nurse Assistant program consisting of One Hundred Sixteen (116) hours combining lecture, skills/lab and clinical practice. This course is designed provides a review of nursing assistant skills with emphasis on specialized acute care areas such as orthopedic, pediatric, and obstetrical units. At the completion of the course, students will demonstrate knowledge of skills required to assist the nurse in providing nursing care and service to the patient in an acute care setting. This program discusses: Communication and Documentation, Safe and Secure Environment, Care of Surgical Patient, Nutritional Care, Reproductive Care, Respiratory Care, Oncology /Immunosuppression, Death and Dying.
4Restorative/Rehabilitative Nursing Assistant
Program Length: 80 Hours
There are two components of the Restorative/Rehabilitative Nursing Assistant program consisting of Eighty (80) hours combining lecture, skills/lab and clinical practice. This course is designed to provide CNAs optimal physical, activities of daily living, range of motion exercises, and mobility. This program discusses: Introduction to Therapeutic Health Care, The Role of the Restorative and Rehabilitation Therapy Aide, Safety of the Therapeutic Process, Interpersonal.
Healthcare Communications and Public Relations
Program Length: 50 Hours
The Healthcare Communications and Public Relations course consisting of Fifty (50) hours combining Twenty Five (25) hours of lecture and Twenty Five (25) hours of interaction/ practice. This program is designed to provide an understanding of effective communication and persuasion strategies while explaining the different cultures that bridge tools and techniques in Healthcare Communications and Public Relations. Its aim is also to instill and inculcate interactive formats that provide opportunities to practice, develop, and improve skills in establishing relationship with clientele and the public in the profession.
Senior Nurse Assistant
Program Length: 50 Hours
The Senior Nurse Assistant course consisting of Fifty (50) hours combining Forty (40) hours of lecture and Ten (10) hours of lab. Advanced roles for CNAs, contributing to recruitment. This program discusses:
1. Serve as a role model;
2. Assist in an enabling work environment;
3. Serve as a preceptor to new employees/students;
4. Participate in facility meetings;
5. Assist with quality assurance;
6. Serve in a clerical role of record maintenance for required Accreditation.
4Home Care Aide
Program Length: 10 Hours (5 hours Basic Entry Level and 5 hours Minimum Annual Training) Prerequisites: None
Total Program Cost: $75.00 (includes $25.00 Non-Refundable Registration Fee)
This course discusses the following:
Basic Entry Level:
YOUR ROLE AS A CAREGIVER Training Hours : 1 Hour
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT Training Hours : 1 Hour
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUSTIONS Training Hours : 1 Hour
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Training Hours : 1 Hour
INFECTION CONTROL Training Hours : 1 Hour
Minimum Annual Training:
UNDERSTANDING CLIENT RIGHTS Training Hours : 1 Hour
LIFTING AND MOVING CLIENTS Training Hours : 1 Hour
RECOGNIZING AND REPORTING ABUSE Training Hours : 1 Hour
HELPING WITH ACTIVITIES OF DAILY Training Hours : 2 Hour
LIVING AND INDEPENDENCE ADLs
Course Registration Requirements:
A registered home care aide shall be 18 years of age or older.
Any individual who has submitted an application and who possesses any one of the following identification cards may initiate a background examination to be a registered home care aide:
(a) A valid California driver’s license.
(b) A valid identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
(c) A valid Alien Registration Card.
(d) In the case of a person living in a state other than California, a valid numbered photo identification card issued by
an agency of the state other than California.