Learn where free CNA training is being offered in New York city
Written by Nurses Link on March 12th, 2013
A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for patient care in a healthcare facility and work under the direction of a Registered Nurse or a Doctor. The duties may vary depending on the type of health care facility, but generally a CNA will help a patient dress, bathe, perform toileting and assist with eating. The CNA has daily contact with patients and report their conditions or problems to the supervising nurse on duty.
CNAs must participate in a training program and become certified in order to work as a CNA in New York City. The cost of a CNA program varies, but there are some certified training programs available at no cost.
Isabella is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization that began as a nursing home and has morphed into a health care organization dedicated to the care of the elderly. Isabella offers CNA training programs at no cost to the student where individuals can be trained to work in a medical setting. The program includes a 100 hour classroom and practical training and a 24 hour internship.
The training program will prepare the student to take the New York State CNA Licensing Exam, which is required to work as a CNA in the State of New York. Isabella sponsors two CNA training programs each year and covers the cost of the program as well as the fee to take the licensing exam. The requirements to be considered for the program include a high school diploma, successful completion of the entrance exam, proof of the ability to work in the U.S., a photo ID, and an original social security card.
The City College of New York
The City College offers CNA programs that can be paid for with educational vouchers provided by Work Force 1 if the applicant qualifies for such a grant. The grant will cover the cost of tuition, books and supplies.
The City College CNA program is approved by the State of New York. It is 130 hours of classroom instruction and clinical internship at a local nursing home. The class work will include fundamentals of patient care, anatomy and physiology, as well as hands on patient care.
To qualify to enter the CNA program, the applicant must be 18 years of age. The applicant must be a high school graduate and hold a high school diploma or a GED. The program will prepare the student to take the State of New York CNA licensing exam, which is required to work as a CNA in the State of New York.
Highbridge Community Life Center
The Highbridge Community Life Center is about bringing a better life for families and building assets for community change. The center offers a variety of services for adults and children including adult education and job training. One of the training programs offered at no cost is a Certified Nursing Assistant program.
The CNA program is 22 weeks and includes classroom instruction and practical hands on patient care in an internship program. The classes include first aid and CPR training, patient care, anatomy and physiology and basic nursing. To qualify for the program, candidates must provide a social security cards, a photo identification card, proof of income and address and be able to read at a sixth grade level. Upon completion of the program, the student will be prepared to take the State of New York CNA licensing exam.
The center will also assist the student with job placement. CNA graduates are eligible to take the Patient Care Technician class. The class includes additional class and practical clinical work that will give the student capabilities for additional responsibilities.
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