Students are expected to complete all course requirements to graduate and meet the following requirements in order to successfully complete the Nursing Assistant Program and be eligible to take the State Certification Exam.
• Completion of all online activities and class assignments
• Classroom unit exam average of 80%
• Written final exam 80% or higher
• Skills final exam 80% or higher
• Completion of all classroom and clinical hours
• Pass the clinical experience
Graduates of the program will receive a Certificate of Completion in recognition of their Restorative Nursing Assistant training. All classes are taught by a Registered Nurse with additional instruction from a Nurse Practitioner.
1. Communicate effectively with clients, families, and members of the health care team.
2. While working with the professional nurse at the healthcare institution, provide basic nursing skills, adhering to correct policy and procedures of the institution.
3. Function as a member of a multidisciplinary health care team within the legal and ethical framework of a Nursing Assistant.
4. Under the supervision of the RN, provide nursing services identified in the care plan to ensure and safeguard the client’s health and well-being.
5. Administer personal care, rehabilitation, and restorative services to clients and collaborate with healthcare team members in the delivery and coordination of such care.
6. Demonstrate principles of leadership and client advocacy in the role of a CNA.