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2 Courses in Nursing Assisting 2020

Students who have completed high school may pursue a full degree or take specialized classes to become qualified for employment in a particular field. A course program can last from a few months to several years and provides focused training for people who are highly motivated to begin a new career. What is a course in nursing assisting? This course program offers classes in nursing and health car… Read more

Students who have completed high school may pursue a full degree or take specialized classes to become qualified for employment in a particular field. A course program can last from a few months to several years and provides focused training for people who are highly motivated to begin a new career.

What is a course in nursing assisting? This course program offers classes in nursing and health care. Emphasis may be on learning patient care and simple medical tests to assist other medical professionals in providing patient care. Time in a course is spent in classroom instruction and supervised clinical training. Some students may go on to obtain a higher degree in a related health care field or work towards certification in nursing assisting.

This degree provides beneficial skills for people working in a health care area and abilities that would be valuable in all work settings. In addition to learning how to administer care to the general public, students will also learn effective communication, decision-making, interpersonal skills, and working as part of a team.

Nursing assisting programs are found in educational settings around the world. Students may choose to take a course at a trade school, community college, university, or through an online learning institution. The costs vary, so it is best to contact the admissions office of the school in which you are interested.

With a nursing assisting course, students are prepared to find employment as a nursing assistant or orderly in many areas of health care, including hospitals, clinics, private offices, public health centers, and nursing homes, to name a few. Certification may be required to work, and some students choose to continue their education to have more responsibility and a greater earning potential.

Courses are very flexible to accommodate student’s busy lives and schedules. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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North Iowa Area Community College
Mason City, USA

The Nurse Aide course prepares individuals to work in long-term care facilities (LTC) and hospitals. For acceptance into ADN and PN programs, the Nurse Aide course is required ... +

The Nurse Aide course prepares individuals to work in long-term care facilities (LTC) and hospitals. For acceptance into ADN and PN programs, the Nurse Aide course is required. The emphasis in the course is on students achieving a basic level of knowledge and demonstrating skills to provide safe, effective patient care. The course has been developed in six units of study. -
Courses
Full-time
75 hours
English
Campus
Care Hope College
Boynton Beach, USA

The program is designed to prepare students to become a Patient Care Technician (PCT) in the state of Florida. Upon completion of the nursing assistant program, students are e ... +

The program is designed to prepare students to become a Patient Care Technician (PCT) in the state of Florida. Upon completion of the nursing assistant program, students are eligible to make application to the Florida State Board of Nursing to take the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) examination. A Patient Care Technician must become a CNA to practice as a PCT. -
Courses
Full-time
4 - 8 months
English
Campus

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