Certified Nurse Assistant
Prospective certified nurse assistants must first complete a training and program which usually lasts a few weeks. They must then sit for a certification exam, then register in the state of New Jersey to be able to work as a CNA. For detailed information on admission requirements for CNA programs, please visit our CNA Training Programs Admissions page.
In New Jersey, aspiring nurse assistants must complete a total of 90 training hours- 50 hours of classroom work and 40 of hands-on clinical time.
There are a few additional factors that prospective CNA students must consider, as listed below:
Program Length: As stated earlier students must complete a total of 90 training hours to sit for the certification exam. Training programs are offered at community colleges, vocational schools, long-term care facilities, and high schools. Depending on the school, training can last several weeks.
Program Cost: The cost for a CNA program in New Jersey depends on the school/ program. Please give us a call to discuss the tuition for this course. We offer financial aid or payment plans which help students reach their career goals.
In Person: This course is only available for in person learning being that the program requires hands-on training
Concepts of Long-Term Care
Responsibilities of Nurse Aid
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Infection Precaution, Importance of Cleanliness, and Sanitation
Care of Resident Items and Equipment
Maintaining a Pleasant Facility Environment
The Resident Environment, Comfort, and Safety in Bed,
Making an Unoccupied Bed, Accident Prevention,
Fire Disaster Practice, Disaster Safety,
Life Saving Carries for Non- Ambulatory Residents,
Emergency Care, Psycho-Social,
Individual Responses to the Aging Process,
Emotional Need and Support of the Resident,
Characteristic of Resident with abnormal behavior,
Resident with Dementia, Concept of Reality Orientation,
Lifting and Moving Techniques, Importance of Bathing,
Observing and Reporting of Physical, Care of Hands and Feet,
Skin Changes with Aging, Dressing and Undressing,
Mouth Care, Personal Grooming, Shaving and Beard Care,
Morning Care, Rest and sleep, Importance of Fluids in the Body,
Serving Fluids to residents, Monitoring fluid intake,
Cardio-Vascular and Respiratory changes with aging,
Gastro-Intestinal, Endocrine Disorder changes with aging,
Urinary changes with aging, Muscular-Skeletal Changes with Aging,
Neurological changes with aging, Reproductive system changes with aging,
Resident needs for activity and recreation, Spiritual needs of the resident
Total Tuition Cost= $3,475
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