The Nursing Assistant course has two components: the theoretical portion which will be completed within a period of 60 hours conducted in the classroom and 100 hours of supervised clinical training in an accredited and State approved Long Term Care facility. The course uses the Nurse Assistant Training & Assessment Program (NATAP) curriculum and is taught by licensed nurses. International School of Nursing is a private institution, approved to operate by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, meeting compliance with state standards.
The Nursing Assistant Training Program at International School of Nursing is approved by the California Department of Public Health Services. Day classes take 30 days, the Evening classes take 37 days and the Weekend class is 25 days. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be qualified to take the State Competency Examination for C.N.A. certification. The instructors will deliver the course content through lectures, demonstrations and exposure of the students to actual nursing procedures and techniques while in the clinical setting. Knowledge validation is evaluated on an on-going basis through test and quizzes and 100% accuracy in skills performance as determined by the instructor. The educational objective of the Nursing Assistant Training Course is to prepare the nurse assistant for state certification and consequently function as an efficient, knowledgeable and safe Certified Nursing Assistant. The course shall be enhanced with the comprehensive training program. All instructions will emphasize the importance of delivering service that will maintain and or promote the optimum level of functioning by the client and carrying out duties in a sensitive and efficient manner.
The course will be accomplished over a period of 160 hours and is divided into 2 components: |Theory 60 Hours | Clinical 100 Hours|