This course meets all requirements for a Certified Nursing Assistant. Students are given an introduction to anatomy and physiology of each body system. The age related changes and common abnormalities are presented along with related nursing-care guidelines and step-by-step procedures in taking vital signs; observing and recording elements of nutrition and feeding; admitting, transferring and dismissing residents. Care of the critically ill and dying; infant and child care; changing bed linens; lifting and positioning residents and clients are some of the skills you will learn. The course includes 25 hours of clinical practice.
Prerequisite(s): Compass Math, Reading & Writing Tests, TB Questionnaire and follow up if indicated.
Course Section Description
CNA Course # October 30, 2017 to December 18, 2017 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10:00am to 3:00pm Christi Watters RN