What is an Acute Care CNA training?
Acute Care CNA training is focused on the knowledge and skills needed to work in hospitals and other acute care settings. Many hospitals expect their CNA’s to be trained to this level. They assist licensed nursing personnel in these settings in the provision of nursing care, providing opportunities for optimal client independence and supporting behaviors that promote positive healing.
What will you learn in this program?
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of conditions and actions that serve clients’ safety, prevent complications, communicate client responses to the nurse, and record outcomes of client care
- Recognize, identify and report normal and abnormal patterns in clinical findings and behaviors of clients
- Demonstrate adherence to clients’ plan of care
- Demonstrate understanding of teaching on body systems, pain, treatments, symptoms, and their mutual relationships
- Return and demonstrate new technical and interpersonal skills and designated tasks
- Demonstrate proper use of diagnostic, safety, and therapeutic devices within the Nursing Assistant’s scope of care
- Demonstrate adequate understanding of relationship between clinical skills and devices and disease processes and their treatments
- Recognize and encourage the appropriate client attitudes and actions which reinforce client independence and healing
- Model appropriate behavior to peers, demonstrating proper methods for addressing client care needs on an individualized basis
- Holds a current California CNA Certificate
- Applicant must be registered on CA NA State Registry on good standing. It is preferred that you be employed as a CNA at your current facility for the six-months prior to the beginning of the course.
- Proof of clinical site required immunizations.
- 6 Months Current PE /PPD Skin Test
- Social Security Card
- Valid Picture ID
- CPR Card
Classroom and lab experiences will include lecture in class and small-group discussion, teacher demonstration, student practice and return demonstration. Clinical experiences will provide the opportunity for you to apply what you have learned in the acute nursing facility setting.
Students may be subjected to a clinical rotation in a facility (SNF-LTC/Hospital or Outpatient Clinic) with Acute Care setting.
80 Hours of instruction and training is required for Acute Care CNA Certification
64 hours of classroom instruction and lab training
Monday through Friday, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., followed by 16 hours of clinical at an Acute/Sub-Acute local hospital setting facility
80 Hours/10 Units- $ 850.00
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