This 160 Clock hour (9.3 Credit Unit) program will train you to provide quality care to residents in long-term care facilities and professional organizations requiring the staffing needs of a CNA. It consists of 60 hours of theory and 100 hours of clinical practical training focused on all aspects of residential care on Six Principals of Care.
Upon successful completing the course of 100 supervised clinical hours and 60 hours along with passing the Nurse Assistant course exam you will qualify to take the State Competency Test (CEP) to be a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA).
The course is led by Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses as secondary instructions. The instructors are approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education, accepted by the California Department of Public Health and certified by the American Red Cross, and meet the State requirements.