Nursing Assistant Certified

Courses for Nursing Assistants

Our comprehensive nursing assistant certification training program is built around a professionally-acted movie called “The Residents.” Broken into short episodes for easy watching, the film takes viewers through a new CNA’s first few weeks of employment as she interacts with residents, family members and other staff.

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Home Care Aides-Certified (HCA-C) to Nursing Assistant-Certified (NAC) Bridge   

Training Program Description: The “Bridge” Nursing Assistant training program is a way for Home Care Aides-Certified (HCA-C) to become Nursing Assistant-Certified (NAC). The Bridge is a small specialized course that caps out at 10 students.

Medical Assistant Certification (MA-C) to Nursing Assistant-Certified (NAC) Bridge

Training Program Description: The “Bridge” Nursing Assistant training program is a way for Medical Assistant Certification (MA-C) to become Nursing Assistant-Certified (NAC). The Bridge is a small specialized course that caps out at 10 students.  
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Nurse Delegation

 

The Nurse Delegation Program, under Washington State law, allows nursing assistants working in certain settings to perform certain tasks. Such as; administration of prescription medications or blood glucose testing, normally performed only by licensed nurses.

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Nurse Delegation w/ Special Focus on Diabetes

 

The Nurse Delegation Program, under Washington State law, allows nursing assistants working in certain settings to perform certain tasks. Such as; administration of prescription medications or blood glucose testing, normally performed only by licensed nurses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The NAC course begins on the first of each month. Enrollment will remain open from the fist of the month to the 20th. Any NAC course submission after the 20th will be assigned to the following month. 

 A titer is a laboratory test that measures the presence and amount of antibodies in blood. A titer may be used to prove immunity to disease. A blood sample is taken and tested.

The HIV/AIDS exam may be taken twice. 

Our Heartsaver Courses are for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card for job, regulatory or other requirements. While these courses are designed to meet OSHA requirements, OSHA does not review or approve any courses for compliance.

Through the AHA/OSHA Alliance, we work with OSHA to raise awareness about workplace safety and health to prevent injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in the workplace. Read about the  OSHA/AHA Alliance.

 

Common buzzwords and phrases to look for:

  • Online CPR cards, download instantly (Not valid in Wa. State!)
  • Download your certification card right after finishing your course
  • No hands-on skills required (Hands-on REQUIRED in Wa State!)
  • 100% online (Instructor led, classroom class REQUIRED in Wa.!)
  • Immediate certificate or wallet card
  • Have your card/be certified today
  • Nationally “validated”, nationally “recognized” = means there is no nationally accrediting or governing body for emergency care training. All courses MUST be “approved” by The American Heart Association.
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