This 1 ½ -2 hour course uses the First Aid Course Outline booklet and covers a variety of sudden injuries and illnesses (including anaphylactic shock, burns, bleeding, head injuries, seizures, heat & cold emergencies), legal considerations and the first aide role.
This 1 ½ -2 hour course that includes: all breathing emergencies (choking, near drowning, adult, child, infant & two-rescuer CPR), the latest recommendations for more effective resuscitation, procedures and signs/symptoms of Heart Attack & Brain Attack, procedures for protecting your health, avoiding liability issues, and AED Training (Automated External Defibrillation).
This 5-hour course is for the CNA who has had their license lapse and must retake the exam (MUST be less than 12-month lapse and you will need to check with UNAR for the exact dates). This course will go over the latest skills and written requirements for Utah state testing. You only get one opportunity to pass the exam after your license has lapsed, so if you are worried about passing - this class is for you!
This course gives the CNA additional training in rehabilitation and restorative care. You will be assisting the skilled nursing home resident with ROM, muscle strengthening and movement. This is critical for their quality of life. Your training will include a full day of class work with an additional day working at a clinical site doing restorative care. You receive a certificate of completion at the end of class.
Become certified to care for patients under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). CNA’s may test vital signs, take temperatures, and assist patients with personal maintenance and other activities of daily living.