Nurse Aide Training (CNA) Program
You can be on your way to a new career in one of the fastest growing health care fields in just 5 weeks! The Nurse Aide Training program at Mildred Elley in Albany has been designed to prepare students to work as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA).
Certified Nurse Aides, commonly called CNAs, work in long term care facilities under the direction and supervision of registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) as well as other medical staff.
Nursing Aides have a great deal of contact with patients and provide personal care such as bathing, feeding, and dressing. They also perform support functions such as transporting patients, taking vital signs, and helping patients become ambulatory.
About the Nurse Aide Training (CNA) program:
Mildred Elley’s Nurse Aide Training program, in Albany, NY, prepares students for the certification exam which includes a clinical skills exam and a written or oral exam.
This Nurse Aide Training program covers basic core content needed to provide personal care for the elderly and patient care for those in nursing homes and hospitals. At the conclusion of the Nurse Aide Training program, students are expected to be able to apply the principles of efficient care for patients of varying ages and explain the therapeutic techniques for managing specific behaviors.
The Nurse Aide Training program is designed to be completed in 5 weeks. All classes are taught by qualified faculty at a high quality facilities and the clinical site is a top rated facility.
Tuition for the Nurse Aide Training program includes books, scrubs, and the NY State Certification Test fee.
In addition, Mildred Elley’s medical labs provide you with the most real-world and technical learning environment possible so you are better prepared for your career when entering the workforce.
Nurse Aide Training (CNA) Job Outlook:
According to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics employment of nursing aides is expected to grow by 17 % by 2024, a rate of growth that is faster than the average of most occupations. A growing elderly population is creating a demand for nursing aides. Once certified as a Nurse Aide you will be prepared for employment opportunities in:
- Long Term Care Facilities
- Physicians’ Offices
- Home Health Agency
- Hospitals & Clinics