The CNA program is designed to assure the successful certification of the CNA student, by preparing the student in providing optimal patient care. The TSTC Workforce Department collaborates with the Medical Industry to assure the program exceeds standards and expectations. CNA students are prepared with the knowledge, skills, abilities, professionalism, team work and ethics to succeed and grow. Students should be prepared for a course that is rigorous and fast paced. Students will complete 60 hours of lecture and skills practice (labs) and assignments, in addition students will complete 40 hours of clinicals at local facilities. After successful completion of the program students are registered to take the NNAAP Examination, which consists of a written and hands on skills test.
Supplies and Books
The program provides text book and student workbook and lab consumables. Students are required to purchase a few items: scrubs, stethoscope, second hand watch and appropriate shoes. Attendance is strictly monitored and students are required to make the commitment up front for the duration of the training.
Total Hours: 100 Hrs.
Myra De Leon