Designed to help you learn the skills necessary to provide important, quality care, our Certified Nurse Aid training program makes it possible to embark on a rewarding, meaningful career that can make a difference to those in need. By combining traditional classroom instruction with hands-on experience, our Certified Nurse Assistant training program not only gives you the knowledge you need – but allows you to build the skills necessary to do the job well.
Emergency Medical Response
56 credit hours
American Red Cross Program
The purpose of the American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response program is to train participants in the knowledge and skills of an emergency medical responder (EMR) to help sustain
life, reduce pain, and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until more advanced medical personnel take over. Ideal for corporate emergency response teams, law enforcement, security officers, or students wishing to begin a career in public safety or healthcare upon graduation, this 56-hour classroom
(instructor-led) course is designed to meet or exceed National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards Emergency Medical Responder Instructional Guidelines.
CPR/BLS/First Aid Heartsaver
Basic Life support healthcare provider course for adult, child, and infant is taught using the most current American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for healthcare providers and emergency personnel. Qualifications are good for two years. Most hospitals require CPR/AED certification prior to hire. The AHA's BLS course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threating