Classes

Bridge Program – TOP VALUE

If you have your HCA (Home Care Aide) license with Washington State you can “Bridge” into a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) by taking an additional 24hr class which is scheduled over a 3 day period. After passing this class you are eligible to take the State Test and obtain your CNA License.

Program $450.00
DOH NAR Application $65.00
DOH NAC Application $65.00
NNAAP Exam $110.00
Total Cost $690.00

Must have:
7 Hour HIV/Aids $28.00
CPR/1st Aid $50.00
WSP Background Check $12.00
Total Cost $780.00

(If you do not have the 7 hours HIV, background check and CPR/1st Aid)

If you do not have a current HCA License, our Bridge Program offers students a great way to reach their CNA goals. This class allows students to work while taking the HCA course on-line, complete their skills training, and take their State Test. When you are a licensed HCA you may then “Bridge” into the CNA Course by completing our 3 day, 24 hour State approved program.

Program + Applications + Exams

Total Cost $1422.00

Program + Applications + Exams +7 Hours HIV, CPR/1st Aid, background check

Total Cost $1512.00


Home Care Aid HCA  – Certified

This is a 75 hour class for those wanting employment in Adult Family Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, In-Home Care, and Memory Care.
Students are employable the date they begin the class. If they are already employed, a student has 120 days to complete the class. If they are not already employed, they have 200 days to complete the class.
The class includes a computer module the student can do at home, in class training skills, plus a video.
After the student completes the course, and passes the State Exam, they will then be licensed. The HCA license must be renewed with the State every year.

Program $410.00
IPCED Program $100.00
DOH Application $85.00
Prometric Exam $137.00

Total Cost = $732.00 (No hidden or additional fees) 


Certified Nursing Assistant CNA/NAC

This is a Washington State Department of Health approved course. The course consists of class time and skills training at our licensed vocational school, and clinical training at a local long-term care facility with an RN instructor. The course length is 127 hours over a 5 week period. Classes are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
After course completion and State licensing, students will then be able to work in a vast area of disciplines within the healthcare field. Students wishing to continue their education will now be to enter the RN or LPN program at any college.

Program $875.00
NAR DOH Application $65.00
NAC DOH Application $65.00
NNAAP Exam $110.00
Total Cost $1115.00

Must have:
7 Hour HIV/Aids $28.00
CPR/1st Aid $50.00
WSP Background Check $12.00
Total Cost $1205.00

(If you don’t have the 7 hours HIV, and CPR/1st Aid)


Nurse Delegation Core- Caregiver

The Nurse Delegation Program, under Washington State law, allows Home Care Aides (HCA), Nursing Assistants – Registered (NAR), and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) working in certain settings to perform certain tasks such as administration of prescription medications or blood glucose testing which are normally performed only by Registered Nurses (RN). A Registered Nurse (RN) must teach and supervise the nursing assistant, as well as provide nursing assessments of the patient’s condition.
The Nurse Delegation Core course is a self-study/ in-class course. The student picks up the workbook and completes the workbook lessons. Once the workbook lessons are complete, the student will then be scheduled to begin the in-class portion of the course. The in-class portion of the course is 9 hours long and includes: Watching the Nurse Delegation DVD, class lectures, group discussions, and will conclude with the Nurse Delegation test. The student will receive their certification upon completion of the course.
Total Cost = $75.00


Nurse Delegation: Special Focus on Diabetes

This is the second, and optional, course in the Nurse Delegation Program. The Nurse Delegation: Special Focus on Diabetes program is the first step in preparing a Nursing Assistant-Registered (NAR), and/or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) to perform insulin injections as a delegation task. Nursing assistants must have successfully completed the 9 hour Nurse Delegation Core Caregiver course in order to take the Special Focus on Diabetes training.
This course is for those who wish to learn how to administer Insulin to Insulin-dependent diabetics. The Special Focus on Diabetes is also a self-study/ in-class course. The student picks up the workbook and completes the workbook lessons. Once the workbook lessons are complete, the student will then be scheduled to begin the in-class portion of the course. The in-class portion includes: Watching the Nurse Delegation- Special Focus on Diabetes DVD, class lectures, group discussions, one on one practice, and will conclude with the Nurse Delegation- Special Focus on Diabetes test. The student will receive their certificate upon completion of the course.
Total Cost = $75.00


Orientation & Safety Training

Orientation & Safety Training is a 5 hour long course which includes 2 hours of introductory information orienting new workers to the care setting and job, and 3 hours of introductory information on safety practices.
This course is DSHS approved, and a State requirement for Adult Family Homes. It must be completed prior to providing routine interaction with residents. The student will receive their certificate upon completion of the course.
Total Cost = $35.00


CPR and First Aid Training with AED

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies, including heart attack or near drowning, in which a person’s breathing and heartbeat has stopped. First Aid is help given to a sick or injured person until full medical treatment is available.
CPR and First Aid Training is a 3 hour long in-class, instructor-led course. This course teaches the student the critical skills needed to respond to, and manage, a first aid choking, or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrives. This course includes adult and child Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) training, as well as learning the skills necessary to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock, and other first aid emergencies. This certification must be renewed every two years.
Total Cost = $50.00 


Vital Signs – VS

     Vital signs are the measurements of the body’s most basic functions. The four main vital signs routinely monitored by medical professionals and health care providers include the following:
     • Body Temperature
     • Pulse Rate
     • Respiration Rate (Rate of breathing)
     • Blood Pressure (Blood pressure is not considered a vital sign, but is often measured along with the vital signs.)

     Vital signs are useful in detecting or monitoring medical problems. Vital signs can be measured in a medical setting, at home, at the site of a medical emergency, or elsewhere.
     In this 4 hour course students will learn what vital signs are and why accurate measurements are important, as well as, one-on-one training. Students will receive their certification upon completion of the course.


Classes need to be paid in full prior to class unless payment arrangements have been made.

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