Registration for the next CNA class will be on Fridays:
December 6, 13 & 20, 2013 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm or call 260-745-5161 for other times

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All Nurse Aide students must complete 30 hours of classroom instruction (of which 16 hours must be completed prior to student touching a patient). All Nurse Aide students must have completed 75 hours of clinical rotation prior to sitting for the state exams without any exception.

CNA IN 7 WEEKENDS (FRIDAY/SATURDAY)

NEXT CLASS: January 24, 2014

Qualifications needed to take the Nurse Aide Training:


1. Must be able to read, speak & understand English

2. Applicants must be able to pass a Math and English entrance test at 5th grade level with an 80% score or better.

3. Criminal check: Students are to submit a police criminal check prior to class

4. Tuberculosis test: Applicants must have 2 Tb tests with results for both tests to be read on the first day of class. If an applicant is a previous positive reactor, then a chest x-ray report will be required for the first day of class also.

5. Physical: Student must have a physical done by a licensed practitioner within 90 days of the start of classes and submit the completed physical form prior to or on the first day of class.

6. Payment of Fees: Fees are due in full at registration prior to the first day of class; you need to have a Money Order, Payable to Omega Healthcare Systems, LLC (OHS), or a referral from a caseworker who will pay for the class.

7. Having a high school degree or GED is not mandated but is encouraged. Applicants must be able to do basic math.

8. A Social Security number is required to take the State exam and for Registry placement.

9. There are no age requirements.

10. Upon completion of the program, students will take home a 100 question practice test to prepare for the State Exam at no charge.

Some of the Topics
We Will Cover

Role of The Nursing Assistant
Observing and Reporting
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Infection Control
Body Mechanics
Safety
Resident's Rights
Basic Anatomy
Cognitive Impairment
Positioning
Vital Signs and Measurements
Bathing
Skin Care
Oral Care
Hair and Nail Care
Dressing
Transferring
Nutrition and Hydration
Care of the Dying Resident
Survey Process and Types of Facilities

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