CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT (CNA)
The Nurse Aide in Long-Term Care Facilities Program is a New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services approved training program which consists of 90 hours of training. The program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and the basic skills training (bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, exercising and more), including the fundamentals of how to check and monitor vital signs and deal with a wide range of physical, emotional, social, health and illness needs of various individuals of different age and cultural background.
CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE (CMA)
Students must be certified in New Jersey as a Nurse Aide, Homemaker/Home Health Aide, or Personal Care Assistant. The Program focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to accurately measure, administer, and document medications in Assisted Living Facilities. Upon successful completion of both the training program and State certification Medication Aide Exam, students will be certified as a Medication Aide. Medication Aide can advance their careers by pursuing either an LPN or RN Nursing Degree.
CERTIFIED HOMEMAKER/HOME HEALTH AIDE (CHHA)
This program prepares students with the knowledge and skills needed to provide the highest quality of healthcare to homebound clients.
CNA to CHHA BRIDGE
This program introduces students to basic knowledge of Hematology/Circulatory system, Medical Terminology, Anatomy related to Phlebotomy, Infection Control. Students will effectively demonstrate the required skills to draw blood specimens by both venipuncture and capillary puncture to adult, pediatric and other non-blood specimens’ collection such as throat, and urine cultures for analysis from patients in Hospitals, Blood Donor Centers, Physician offices and similar facilities. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a completion certificate by the school and will be able to take the National Certification exam through the National Health Career Association.
ELECTROCARDIOGRAM TECHNICIAN (EKG)
This program provides students with a basic overview of the Cardiac system, Medical disease process, Terminology. Students will learn how to operate a 12 lead EKG machine and interpret the readings including identification of signs of advanced heart diseases and also the interpretation of all arrhythmias. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a completion certificate by the school and will be able to take the EKG Technician exam by the National Health Career Association.
CPR (adult, child, and infant) and First Aid certification training for health care provider. The training course follows the latest American Heart Association guidelines and is nationally accredited and accepted. The training will cover emergency and potentially life-saving skills for new healthcare providers and experienced healthcare providers looking to renew their certification.