Nursing Assistant- May 2022


May, 16 2022
- Jun, 10 2022


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Aceso’s nursing assistant course provides curriculum that is engaging and thorough, all while meeting state and federal regulations. The course is a mix of theory and skills practice, honing in on critical thinking, quick decision making, and working with a team. Communication skills and interpersonal skills are incredibly important for a CNA, which is why this course places a heavy focus on them.

Students enrolling in this course will learn content to prepare them to begin a career in the healthcare field. By attending this course, you will learn the skills needed to work closely with your patients and residents by providing them with the care they need and deserve. Some of these skills include:

  • Taking and monitoring vital signs
  • Feeding the patient
  • Recording input and output (I&O)
  • Height and weight
  • Charting in an electronic health record (EHR)
  • Working in multidisciplinary teams
  • Side effects of common medications
  • Foley care
  • Bathing
  • Range of motion (ROM)
  • Skin care
  • Therapeutic techniques
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • and many more

This is a live course held in the classroom. The course is completed over a total of 20 days. There are 15 classroom/lab days and 5 clinical days. All items needed to complete the course are included in the tuition. Classroom sizes are small so that we can provide you with the attention needed to help build your confidence before your certification.

This course is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing and the Department of Education: Commission for Independent Education.  Upon successful completion of this course, students are eligible to take the state certification exam.

* You must have a level 2 background check before attending clinical (completed through Aceso)

*A 10-panel drug test is required before attending clinical

*Titers are required before attending clinical (a list is provided in the student handbook)

*Complete list is included in your documents