Nurse Aide

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A nurse aide (NA) (sometimes called direct care worker) is a very caring person who sees the purpose in his/her life being to help give patients/residents the care and assistance they need to be comfortable, safe, and in the best state of wellness they can be. These aides always work under the supervision of a licensed nurse. They can work in hospitals or nursing homes.

Some of the basic tasks they perform are: measuring and recording vital signs, bathing, assist in transporting residents in wheelchairs and ambulation with walkers and canes, and many more…

Aside from these tasks, the one fulfilling opportunity a nurse aide will always have is talking to and listening to the patient/resident. Pills and doctors do not always cure all ills, a listening ear and a hand to hold can often make a world of difference in someone’s day and life!

The approximate time required to complete the NURSE AIDE PROGRAM is 4 weeks.

 

This is a 117-hour program that must be fully completed for successful graduation.  The hours are segmented into 62 classroom hours, 13 laboratory hours and42 clinical hours.  Each class is identified with a class number or clinical number and must be completed in numerical sequence as required by the Department of Human Services Texas Curriculum.  Clinical may be scheduled to begin after completion of Class 12 or may be scheduled after Class 20.  The course’s 42 hours of clinical experience are supervised in a local Nursing Home providing hands-on care to patients.

 

Upon successful completion, the graduate is awarded a Certificate of Completion and is eligible to take the State Examination to be placed on the Nurse Aide Registry.

 

Course Features

  • Lectures 20
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 117 Clock Hours
  • Language English
  • Students 50
  • Assessments Yes
$794.00