The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) career path is a great choice for students who want to enter the field of nursing and earn valuable healthcare experience in a relatively fast and cost-effective way. Students follow a course of study, combined with valuable clinical experience.
This program may be for you if you are interested in: Healthcare, service, patient care.
CNA training prepares students to become certified nursing assistants, who are responsible for helping patients with activities of daily living, assisting with personal hygiene, maintaining a safe, clean environment, and communicating vital health information about a patient’s condition to other medical staff who supervise their work.
Courses available in this program include:
The Certified Nurse Aide program of study is designed to place students into the workforce upon completion of this certificate. Students earn 3.0 college credits toward advanced studies in health sciences.
The national job market for nurse aids is large and growing steadily, with more opportunities for nurse aides in nursing care facilities than in hospitals.
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Lisa, Woodbine Senior, had the unique opportunity to work one on one with her IGNITE instructor for her Nurse Aide course.
This allowed Lisa to quickly address any concerns she had, and learn through the real-life experience and examples of her instructor.
This personalized experience prepared Lisa for her clinical lab and to sit for her Nurse Aide certification exam.