If you’re interested in providing high-quality professional patient care, a career as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) could be ideal for you. As a CNA, you will work with registered nurses, physicians, and dietitians to administer optimum medical care. You will be responsible for carrying out the dailyoperations of the hospital or nursing care facility. Your compassion and care will significantly help the elderly, disabled, and ill, as you help patients with the needs of basic living.
Learn how to deliver all aspects of personal care to patients, including:
§ Monitoring Patients’ Conditions
§ Recording Vital Signs (body temperature, heart rate, blood pressure)
§ Assisting with Mobility
§ Providing Oral and Dental Care
§ Bathing, Dressing, Cleaning, and Feeding
Students must be able to pass a background check including criminal records and be capable of meeting physical exam and related requirements to successfully complete the program.USDOL scholarships (funding) are available for eligible students enrolled in the programs (CNA, Central Sterile Processing, Medical Billing and Coding, and Patient Care Technician), please contact (203) 332-5057 for more information. The total cost of CT Statewide Healthcare Industry Pathway project (CT SHIP) is $6.9M. $3.4M (49%) is funded through a U.S. Department of Labor – Employment and Training Administration grant and another $3.5M (51%) is committed through non-federal state and local resources.
- Class Times: (Tuesday & Wednesday) 12:00pm - 4:00pm on campus; (Thursday) 12:00pm-2:00pm virtual live-stream; (Saturday) 7:45am-2:00pm Clinical in Shelton, CT
- CRN: 81532
- Tuition: $1,999
- Room: Lafayette Hall A215
- Instructor: Rayna Salemme & Adelicia Beltz
Saturdays: 02/03/2024-03/02/2024; 7:45am – 2:00pm; Location: Shelton, CT