This 100 hour- 4 weeks program. Students will learn nursing skills, including; taking and recording the patients vital signs which
include blood pressure, temperature, pulse rate, and respirations. Students assist residents with the activities of daily living
include bathing and hygiene, using the toilet, exercise and .
Student's apply safe and correct techniques to assist patients with
moving, walking, positioning providing residents safety, comfort and Infection control ,bedside charting and responding
properly to emergencies.
Understanding patients with Dementia and Alzheimer's.
CHS will teach and prepare students for the Comprehensive Clinical Skills test checklist allowing students to successfully pass
The State of Michigan Nurse Assistant Certification Requirements.
Upon course completion participants will receive a certificate of completion and willÂ be eligible to take
the state certification test.
According to the Bureau of labor Statistics 50 percent of certified nursing assistant earn between
$24,729 and $29,887