For those who wish to step into a career in the medical and healthcare industry, here PANAT offering Certified Nurse Aide Training Classes, across Delaware County. A certified nurse aide is an entry-level health professional who assists patients with routine daily care while under the supervision of licensed health care professionals. PANAT offers training in medical terminology, structure, and function of the human body, CPR, and first aid. As a certified nurse, a person provides assistance with dressing, bathing and eating, take vital signs and report patients’ concerns to nurses and doctors. The CNA course trains the students to perform the tasks without any error. The certification is delivered through lectures, demonstrations, and the students shall be given guidance in actual nursing procedures and techniques. PANAT ensures that the students in Delaware are provided with a hands-on environment under the expert assistance of professionally experienced medical professionals. The students shall receive 69 hours theory, 26 hours practical in a fully-fledged lab along with 40 hours internship in a nursing home.
After the successful completion of the course, the candidate can appear for the state-issued competency exam, the Pennsylvania Competency Examination and be registered with the Pennsylvania Department of Health Registry, the exam is licensed by American Red Cross. This course opens the way of advanced career development, for those who have an aspiration for medical assisting, licensed practical nursing or registered nursing. The students can even become mentors, supervisors or trainers for other NAs in Delaware County with additional training.
Call Now To Start a Class for Your Facility
Peg Pearson, 215-495 3473