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EduTrack School of Nursing’s FREE CNA training course emphasizes care of the older adult client and assistance with the activities of daily living. This program overview covers the details our this excellent 7-week course.
CNA Training Course
We are a 7-week course providing a total of 160 instruction hours:
- 60 hours of classroom training
- 10 hours of laboratory training
- 100 hours of hands-on clinical training
EduTrack’s program fulfills ALL Federal and State requirements regarding curriculum, topics, and number of instructional hours.
Our 3-part program fully prepares students for the realities of CNA work
Taught by licensed nurses, our rigorous in-person sessions prepare students for all aspects of the CNA role, following State and Federal curriculum requirements.
This is where nurse assistant students get to work developing, practicing, and are finally evaluated on the primary skills of day-to-day CNA duties.
Students engage in hands-on patient care at training sites approved by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) under the supervision of a functioning healthcare team.
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Comprehensive exam preparation
EduTrack students have a 95% pass rate!
Following training, all of our students take the state CNA competency exam. We love seeing our students go on to find work they love as competent and caring members of a healthcare team. We make sure you’re supported on every step along that path, including preparing you for your CNA exams, after which you will be applying for your CNA certification.
Get the personalized instruction you need
Our instructor-to-student ratio does not exceed 1:15. That means our instructors are always there for you to make sure you truly understand the material.
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We take nurse assistant work seriously
At the completion of EduTrack’s CNA Training Course, the student will be able to:
1. Identify social, psychological, spiritual and physical needs of the sick, aged and injured.
2. Develop basic understanding of human anatomy and physiology.
3. Identify sign and symptoms of common diseases.
4. Implement basic nursing care and evaluates the need for corrective measures within the constraints of his/her job.
5. Identify complications and report and record them.
6. Demonstrate purposeful communication with patients, family and health care them members.
7. Recognize the responsibilities and limitations of the Nursing Assistant role and recognize the role of other health team members in establishing and maintaining a cooperative relationship.
8. Utilize the knowledge and skills obtained at the first level of nursing as preparation or upward mobility for continued professional growth.
9. Meet eligibility requirements of the State Department of Health Services to take the Nursing Assistant Certification Examination.