The Bethel House Training Institute provides compassion and excellence in care-giving through dynamic, comprehensive, specialized, academic and applied 21st century healthcare education programs of study yielding successful careers for nurse assistants, medication aides and home health aides.
The vision of Bethel House Training Institute evolved out the realization that society increasingly needs highly competent, dedicated healthcare professionals committed to excellence in care-giving. The founders of the Institute recognized this essential societal need and responded by creating a post-secondary training institute - Bethel House.
The Bethel House Training Institute provides compassion and excellence in care-giving through dynamic and comprehensive 21st century healthcare education programs of study for nurse assistants. Through a combination of academic and applied skills-oriented learning activities learners gain knowledge and skills spanning a broad scope while also being exposed to specialized content. The Institute’s curriculum focuses upon providing high levels of educational resources and skills acquisition all of which come to fruition embodied in various careers for nurse assistants.
With a central focus upon the holistic approach to each student’s educational, professional and personal development the highly qualified credentialed practitioner faculty of Bethel House lead by example and guide all learners along their educational journeys. The Institute’s graduates are prepared to provide a professional commitment to care-giving which will continue to meet the health needs of an increasingly diverse public.
The philosophy of Bethel House emphasizes service to the community through contributing to an increased quality of life as its graduates create enhanced levels of care-giving. The great value of the residual well-being of society provided by Bethel House graduates represents the service-centered mission of Bethel House Training Institute.
Caring is characterized by genuine, warm and sensitive providers of nursing care whom demonstrate empathy, respect for self and colleagues as well as health self-esteem. These providers use positive communication skills that elicit personal growth on the part of their patients as well as their colleagues.
Critical thinking is characterized by self-directed providers of nursing care whom make decisions based upon self-reflection, contextual rationales, and reasoning within their scopes of practice. These care-givers are open-minded and creative when confronted with a variety of challenging situations. They have the confidence and courage to take reasonable risks when appropriate for the positive outcome of the patient.
Holism is characterized by non-judgmental providers of nursing care. They understand, are sensitive to, accept and respect the diversity as well as the human spirituality of each patient and the communities in which they live. These providers restore and promote healthcare for their patients throughout their life spans and demonstrate cultural empathy.
Information Management and Technology
Information management and technology is characterized by an awareness, understanding and demonstration of the utility, functions and applications of basic data collection techniques, tools and systems.
Safe practice is characterized by responsible providers of nursing care whom demonstrate clinical excellence and the highest quality in patient care.