Nurse aide training program approved by the Colorado Board of Nursing (80 hours). Focused on the nursing assistant role as it applies to resident/ patient care. Topics include communication, emergency/first aid, infection prevention/ control, holistic care, promotion of independence, resident rights, death and dying care, body systems and conditions, observation, reporting to the nurse, dementia/ Alzheimers care, basic nursing personal care skills, nutrition and hydration, vital signs (including manual BP), rehabilitation care, skills demonstration/videos for state tested skills, on-site labs, hands-on clinicals. Included with the course is an optional OPEN LAB SKILL date(s) held after graduation and prior to state testing.
Why Become a CNA?
Learn foundational nursing skills
Work in variety of settings
Job security: High demand for CNAs
Direct patient care
Get experience for future goals
Help your community
Learn in a positive environment
Our great nurses are great instructors!
Fun engaging curriculum
High state pass rate
State Testing Site
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