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The CNA Training program is a 130 hour or a 6-week course in length, which provides both classroom and clinical training. Classes are offered both morning and evening to accommodate the needs of the trainees. Through lecture, videos, games, role-playing, and laboratory practice, the students learn skills such as bathing, dressing positioning, measurement of vital signs, CPR, assisting with eating, making beds, infection control, documentation, and work ethics as well as learning to gather information needed to provide care for people within the health care system. All classes meet in our spacious classroom equipped with all the necessary equipment to perform skills.
Upon successful completion of the course, the trainee will receive a certificate of completion. The trainee is then eligible to take the state board examination to become a certified nursing assistant.
The Phlebotomy Training program is an 80 hour or a 4-week course in length, which provides both classroom and clinical training. Classes are offered in the morning for this training course. Students learn how to safely and effectively draw blood using venipuncture and capillary puncture methods, plus finger sticks for adults and children. Non-blood specimen collection practices are usually part of the curriculum. Aspiring phlebotomists learn proper infection control practices.. They receive instruction on how to prepare the blood collection site, how to choose the proper collection tools and how to handle the transportation, processing and management of collected samples.
Upon successful completion of the course, the trainee will receive a certificate of completion. The trainee is then eligible to take the National Certification examination to become a Phlebotomist.