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Course Outline

NAT and HHA Training The NURSE ASSISTANCE TRAINING and HOME HEALTH AIDE (HHA) programs is an intensive, fast paced courses, that includes 116 hours of classroom, lab skill practice and clinical experience. This knowledge is geared to help students learn how to provide activities of daily living or basic care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes or in home settings. Besides clinical skills, students learn organization and time management while caring for patients. During the Nursing Aide Training/Home Health Aide program, you will learn the fundamentals of: student nurses

  • Working in a long term care facility
  • Medical knowledge
  • Caring for daily activities
  • Infection control and common Diseases
  • Observing the resident
  • Skills for assisting the resident
  • Feeding and personal hygiene
  • Clinical experience
  • Psychosocial issues & taking care of yourself

Length and Enrollment Nurse Aide Training/Home Health Aide course: 116 hours.  Cross-over from NAT to Home Health Aide course: 15 hours Enrollment: Ongoing Schedule Day Time Classes Training Hours: Total 116 hours. Monday through Friday (for eighteen days) 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Cross-over from NAT to Home Health Care Aides (2 days) Evening Classes Training Hours: NAT/HHA Total 116 hours. Monday through Thursday (for six weeks) NAT classes run from 5:30pm – 10p.m. Clinical runs from 4pm – 9pm. CPR/AED/FIRST AID The course offers CPR for Health Care Providers as well as skills on how to respond to first aid emergencies that might occur at home settings or in health care facilities. Schedule Both day and evening Classes One day course offered at the end of every class. Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider CPR and FIRST AID – Renewal and New students Certification BLS for Health Care Providers course covers core material such as adult and pediatric CPR, foreign-body airway obstruction, and automated external defibrillation (AED). Training is offered for 8 hours and the cost is $80 where students receive First Aid and CPR certificate cards. Areas covered are:

  • Recognizing Emergencies
  • First Aid
  • Adult CPR (for 1 and 2 rescuers)
  • Injury Prevention and Risk Management
  • Child CPR (for 1 and 2 rescuers)
  • Breathing Emergency
  • Infant CPR (for 1 and 2 rescuers)
  • Allergic Emergency
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Advanced Airway CPR
  • Heat and Cold Related Emergency
  • Choking Victims for 1 year and Older
  • Wounds Emergency
  • Recovery Position
  • Burns Emergency

Medication Administration Program Students learn skills of giving medications. Schedule Both day and evening Classes A twenty-hour course Day classes run from 9am – 2pm Monday through Thursday Evening classes run from 6pm – 10 pm Monday through Thursday

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