CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE PROGRAM
125 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$800.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 2 PM for 5 weeks
Evenings: Monday - Friday, 5 PM - 10 PM for 5 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 5 PM for 14 weeks

LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS FOR PATIENT CARE

Students will complete 95 hours of clinical knowledge in classroom setting and 30 hours of clinical skills in an affiliated nursing home. Please note: the weekend option includes the 30 hours for your externship. Some of the job duties with respect to clinical knowledge and skills are as follows.

Vital instructions for students concerning health, Well care, Nutrition and Mobility of the patient. Primary basis of the course is the fundamental of patient care techniques, Learning basic nursing care skills which includes Communication, Infection Control, Safety and emergency procedures, resident’s rights, basic nursing skills, personal care skills, elimination procedures, skin care, transferring, positioning, turning methods, dressing, ambulating the person, range-of-motion exercises, signs and symptoms of common diseases.

COMBINATION OF EKG AND PHLEBOTOMY
100 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$800.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 2 PM for 9 weeks
Evenings: Monday - Thursday, 6 PM - 10 PM for 12 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 6 PM for 25 weeks

Combination of EKG + Phlebotomy

Electrocardiography (50 Hours)

EKG is one of the important modalities in diagnosing the cardiovascular disease. In this program the students will learn to identify anatomical location of the heart and important structures which surrounds the heart. Preparing patient to obtain EKG rhythm by using a standard 12-Lead EKG and color coded five lead wire system. We will prepare students to interpret Various Sinus rhythms such as; Atrial Rhythms, Junctional Rhythms and Ventricular Rhythms. Moreover, students will learn to calculate heart rate, various waves and segments from the EKG rhythm strip.

Phlebotomy (50 Hours)

In this course students will be able to demonstrate various methods of Phlebotomy such as:

  • Venous blood draw using the Multi-sample needle and butterfly syringe.
  • Demonstrate a sterile lancet capillary blood withdrawal, an Auto-let blood withdrawal for glucose level, the proper use of a Microhematocrit Centrifuge to differentiate plasma from serum.
  • Different use of color-coded vacutainers
  • In addition, students will learn the proper use of a Glucometer to obtain a blood glucose level
  • Student will be exposed to various methods of discarding hazardous material according to OSHA guidelines.
  • Proper techniques of disinfection with reference to infection control
  • Identify and label the parts of the most common diagnostic laboratory equipment, use basic skills in context of therapeutic and laboratory procedures.
  • Each student will have the opportunity to practice their phlebotomy skills on training arms and most importantly the students will have an opportunity to practice their technique on each other or volunteers under the supervision of their instructor.

PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN (ALREADY CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE / ASSISTANT)
100 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$800.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 2 PM for 4 weeks
Evenings: Monday - Thursday, 6 PM - 10 PM for 5 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 6 PM for 12 weeks

For students who are already Certified Nurse Aide / Assistant

Electrocardiography (50 Hours)

EKG is one of the important modalities in diagnosing the cardiovascular disease. In this program the students will learn to identify anatomical location of the heart and important structures which surrounds the heart. Preparing patient to obtain EKG rhythm by using a standard 12-Lead EKG and color coded five lead wire system. We will prepare students to interpret Various Sinus rhythms such as; Atrial Rhythms, Junctional Rhythms and Ventricular Rhythms. Moreover, students will learn to calculate heart rate, various waves and segments from the EKG rhythm strip.

Phlebotomy (50 Hours)

In this course students will be able to demonstrate various methods of Phlebotomy such as:

  • Venous blood draw using the Multi-sample needle and butterfly syringe.
  • Demonstrate a sterile lancet capillary blood withdrawal, an Auto-let blood withdrawal for glucose level, the proper use of a Microhematocrit Centrifuge to differentiate plasma from serum.
  • Different use of color-coded vacutainers
  • In addition, students will learn the proper use of a Glucometer to obtain a blood glucose level
  • Student will be exposed to various methods of discarding hazardous material according to OSHA guidelines.
  • Proper techniques of disinfection with reference to infection control
  • Identify and label the parts of the most common diagnostic laboratory equipment, use basic skills in context of therapeutic and laboratory procedures.
  • Each student will have the opportunity to practice their phlebotomy skills on training arms and most importantly the students will have an opportunity to practice their technique on each other or volunteers under the supervision of their instructor.
EKG TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
60 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$500.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 2 PM for 2 weeks
Evenings: Monday - Thursday, 6 PM - 10 PM for 3 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 6 PM for 6 weeks

LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS TO BECOME AN EKG TECHNICIAN

EKG is one of the important modalities in diagnosing the cardiovascular disease. In this program the students will learn to identify anatomical location of the heart and important structures which surrounds the heart. Preparing patient to obtain EKG rhythm by using a standard 12-Lead EKG  and color coded five lead wire system. We will prepare students to interpret Various Sinus rhythms such as; Atrial Rhythms, Junctional Rhythms and Ventricular Rhythms.

Moreover, students will learn to calculate heart rate, various waves and segments from the EKG rhythm strip.

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
60 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$500.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 2 PM for 2 weeks
Evenings: Monday - Thursday, 6 PM - 10 PM for 3 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 6 PM for 6 weeks

PHLEBOTOMY FROM START TO FINISH

In this course students will be able to demonstrate various methods of Phlebotomy such as:

  • Venous blood draw using the Multi-sample needle and butterfly syringe.
  • Demonstrate a sterile lancet capillary blood withdrawal, an Auto-let blood withdrawal for glucose level, the proper use of a Microhematocrit Centrifuge to differentiate plasma from serum.
  • Different use of color-coded vacutainers
  • In addition, students will learn the proper use of a Glucometer to obtain a blood glucose level
  • Student will be exposed to various methods of discarding hazardous material according to OSHA guidelines.
  • Proper techniques of disinfection with reference to infection control
  • Identify and label the parts of the most common diagnostic laboratory equipment, use basic skills in context of therapeutic and laboratory procedures.
  • Each student will have the opportunity to practice their phlebotomy skills on training arms and most importantly the students will have an opportunity to practice their technique on each other or volunteers under the supervision of their instructor.

PERSONAL CARE AIDE
40 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$350.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM for 1 week
Afternoon: Monday - Friday, 2 PM - 7 PM for 2 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 6 PM for 4-5 weeks

PERSONAL CARE AIDE FROM START TO FINISH

Personal care aides, also known as caregivers, personal attendants, homemakers, or companions, assist with the daily tasks of elderly, mentally disabled, chronically ill, or physically challenged clients, as well as hospice patients and those in various stages of rehabilitation or recovery. Aides might work at clients' homes, residential care or hospice facilities, adult day care centers, or senior centers. They might visit several clients a day or be assigned to one specific client.

Personal care aides generally are responsible for light cleaning, cooking, running errands, and doing laundry, as well as assisting clients with bathing, showering, grooming, and other personal hygiene tasks. They also engage clients in activities like reading, talking, and playing games. Additionally, personal care aides might consult with a client's family members to address their concerns regarding the client's health, nutrition, and overall well-being.

HOME HEALTH AIDE
83 Total Hours
School Tuition Included
Books Included
Registration Included
$400.00
Start with $100.00 downpayment with low flexible weekly payment!
SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Mornings: Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM for 2 weeks
Afternoon: Monday - Friday, 2 PM - 7 PM for 3-4 weeks
Weekends: Saturday, 9 AM - 6 PM for 9 weeks

HOME HEALTH CARE AIDE FROM START TO FINISH

Please note: there are 75 class hours and 8 externship hours for a total of 83 class hours.

Home health aides are a valuable part of any health care team. If you have a desire to make a positive impact on the lives of the sick, disabled, and elderly, this could be a great position for you to consider. Home health aides (HHAs) assist patients with completing important personal tasks such as dressing, bathing and a variety of hygiene needs. Additional aspects of this position include assisting clients to remain safe in their own homes by providing a higher level of assistance with minor cleaning and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) such as cooking, light housekeeping, and laundry.

Tasks may include written documentation of patient care performed, patient’s condition, or problems to be reported to a supervising health care professional. In some instances, HHAs also assist by arranging transportation and planned leisure activities for clients. Some states allow home health aides to administer medications or check vital signs under the supervision of a health care practitioner, such as a registered nurse (RN).