The Nursing Assistant (CNA/NAC) Certificate of Completion is a comprehensive program designed to prepare graduates to pass the National Nurse Aid Assessment Program (NNAAP) state exam and obtain employment in the healthcare industry. The Nursing Assistant certificate of completion curriculum consists of three classes (12 credits), taken in succession, over the course of ten weeks. The classes combine theory and hands-on skills training emphasizing professional communication, compassionate care-giving and procedural nursing skills. Students learn how to perform fundamental nursing skills such as, taking vital signs, bathing, dressing, and safe patient positioning. The skills laboratory is equipped with hospital beds and medical equipment to practice and develop basic nursing skills in an active learning environment prior to clinical rotation.
You MUST meet with the Nursing Assistant faculty and receive permission to register.
Students are required to provide documentation confirming their immunization status, criminal background check and current with American Heart Association BLS Providers certification.
A full list of required documents include:
|Location||MMR||Tuberculin||Hepatitis Three Shots Are Required||Varicella||Tetanus||Influenza|
|Costco||$91.58||Upon Request||$58.47 x 3||Upon Request||$45.00||$15.00|
|Immediate Clinic, Kirkland||$60.00 + $125.00 office fee||$19.00||$30 x 3 + $125.00 one time office fee||Does not carry it||$40.00 + $125.00 office fee||Upon Request|
|Walgreens, Kirkland||$100.00||N/A||$89.00 x 3||$150.00||$63.00||$40.00|
|Safeway, Kirkland||$95.00||N/A||$95.00 x 3||$145.00||$68.00||$39.00|
|QFC Bella Bottega, Redmond||$89.00||N/A||$109.00 x 3||$145.00||$85.00||$40.00|
|Seamar Community Health Clinic, Bellevue||$62.00||$17.00||$48 x 3||$100.00||$44.00||$25.00|
Analog watch with sweeping second hand. Waterproof recommended.
To be eligible for employment, graduates must also take and pass the National Nurse Aid Assessment Program (NNAAP) State Exam.
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Thurs, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, Closed to the public
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