CNA Classes Des Moines, WA

The health care sector depends on the services of Certified Nursing Assistants to provide supply the personal care that patients or residents need. CNAs work in various settings – and you may have the unique opportunity to explore different areas to find the one that’s most rewarding.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Burien, WA

A certified nursing assistant is a licensed professional who provides primary care for patients. In Washington, as in most other states, a prospective CNA must complete an accredited training program and pass the state certification exam. Certification is necessary for employment in long-term care facilities and other health care settings.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Federal Way, WA

With more elderly people needing round-the-clock care for chronic illnesses and disabilities, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, and assisted living facilities are looking to expand their workforce. Certified nursing assistants provide direct care to residents and assist them with bathing, dressing, eating, and mobility.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Lynnwood, WA

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) works in hospitals and long-term care facilities to assist patients with daily living tasks such as bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, bed making, catheter care, and vital signs. CNAs differ from Home Health Care Aides and Personal Care Aides in that they work under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician to perform medical-related tasks such as changing dressings, administering treatments, cleaning catheter, and controlling infections.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Bellevue, WA

Certified nursing assistant training programs help students acquire the knowledge and skills to care for residents, patients, and clients who are unable to care for themselves. Graduates are eligible to sit the NNAAP exam for certification in Washington State. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) provide emotional and social support to patients and their families.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Tacoma, WA

Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant or Nurse Assistant Certified in Washington starts with at least 85 hours of classroom and clinical training.  Washington’s health care professionals are expected to complete a 7-hour course in HIV/AIDS training as part of the certification/licensure process.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Spokane, WA

A Certified Nurse Assistant’s primary duty is to help patients with personal hygiene and daily living needs. CNAs may also monitor vital signs, assist with movement, and provide emotional and physical support when needed. Washington’s state approved nurse assistant training programs equip students with the skills to support patients’ personal hygiene needs and assist with the activities of daily living.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Bellingham, WA

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts tremendous growth in the healthcare sector even as other major industries experience significant job losses. The shortage of capable medical staff is taking a toll on the industry, as workers face longer shifts and added responsibilities.… Read the rest

CNA Classes Everett, WA

The increasing need for direct care employees in the medical industry will provide numerous employment opportunities for years to come as ‘baby-boomers’ age. Nurse assistants and prospective nurse assistants who complete training and certification will find a multitude of job opportunities in the coming years.… Read the rest

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