Certified Nursing Assistant
Our CNA class schedules are designed to meet the needs of busy working adults, so we have 3 available time options.
Day - Monday - Friday, 9-3:30pm.
This course has 14 class days & 3 clincals days
January 17th - February 13th
February 19th- March 16th
March 21st - April 13th
April 23rd - May 16th
May 29th - June 21st
3 classes( 5:oopm-10:00pm )
Clinical Days will be 4:00pm-10pm.
This course is 3 class days & 4 clinical days
Class schedule given on first class day.
Jan 22nd-Feb. 21st
March 5th - April 5th
April 9th - May 9th
Weekend - Saturday and Sunday, 9:00am-4:00pm, for 7 weekends or 14 class days. Clinical days are 8-4pm on SAT/SUN
CLASS DAYS ARE IN THE EVE FROM 5 - 930 PM Tues-THURS FOR 15 DAYS THEN YOU HAVE 3 WEEKEND CLINICAL DAYS ON SATURDAYS
New All Rate of $650Includes:
$$CALL AND CHECK SPECIALS $$
WILL MATCH ANY COMPETITORS PRICE
NO HIDDEN FEES CPR INCLUDED
- BHTI Tote Bag* with Textbook, Workbook, Notebook*, and Pen*
- Scrubs (S, M, L, XL, and XXXL included)*
- TB Skin Test (included)
- American Red Cross CPR
- State Registration Fee
- State Testing Fee
- CPR CERTIFICATION*
- Money Back Guarantee*
The Certified Nursing Assistant course will provide the students with the skills necessary to seek employment in the health care industry. CNA's are employed in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, and private duty.
Students will partake in classroom and clinical study with instruction for the primary care of patients or residents in long term care. As part of the course, students will learn to do tasks such as taking vital signs, providing direct assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, eating, mobility - walking, turning, repositioning bedridden patients, and keeping a record of care given.
Students will be taught skills that address the clinical, as well as emotional and mental skills/energies necessary to interact with residents in need of care. This course is taught with an emphasis on EXCELLENCE in care giving.
The Certified Nurse Aide Program is 90 hours and meets the Kansas State Department of Health and Environment guidelines. Upon completion of the course, graduates will sit for the Kansas State Nurse Aide Exam to become certified.
PROGRAM EXPECTATIONS RELATED TO PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
Nursing home facilities routinely require their nurse aides to be able to lift 50 lbs. unassisted and 100 lbs. with assistance.
Critical skills involving lifting that students will be expected to perform both in the skills lab and the clinical setting include:
Transfer of a resident (patient) who can provide some assistance
Transfer of a resident (patient) who can provide no assistance: This is usually done with two persons working together.
Repositioning the patient in bed.
During the clinical portion of class, you will be required to be on your feet the majority of time.