Certified Nurse AIDE Training
Our Certified Nurse AIDE Training course takes about 4-5 weeks to complete. It is a course design and dedicated to teach basic nursing assistance to patients in their living settings, be it in Nursing Homes, Residential Facilities, Hospitals, or Private Homes. Given emphasis are the skill set and the knowledge base necessary to create mindful decisions during emergencies and other demanding situations as well. A Licensed Nurse Trainer will be facilitating and guiding you in completing the course, monitor your pace throughout the sessions, and see to it that you receive the best quality of training you deserve at certified nursing assistant school.
*Note: Nurse Aide Refresher Course: CNA who have expired licenses who need to retake the NATCEP exam can be scheduled provided they have a letter from the Texas Dads approving them to retest.
Nurse Aide In-Service Education CBTs(Online)
These courses are designed to offer a computer based training (CBT) to satisfy the 24 hour in-service education requirement, which is part of the Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) renewal process (TAC; Title 40; Part 1; Chapter 94; Rule §94.9). “Effective September 1, 2013, a nurse aide renewing a certification must complete at least 24 hours of in-service education every two years that includes training in geriatrics and the care of residents with a dementia disorder, including Alzheimer’s disease.”
CNAs may complete these courses in order to renew a listing of active status on the Nurse Aide Registry (NAR).
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