Nursing Assistant PreCertification

Quick Facts

SCHEDULE

TBD: FALL 2024

CLASSROOM LOCATION

El Rancho Adult School
9515 Haney Street, Room 10
Pico Rivera, CA 90660

Course Details

This course is designed for students who are interested in an entry-level nursing course.  This course meets the Title 22 regulations for taking care of the geriatric population in the long-term care setting, applying skills in basic care, emergency care and communication.  The Clinical Nurse Assistant Pre-certification training consists of 60 hours of classroom instruction and 100 hours of clinical training. The course prepares the student to take the California State Certification Exam to become a Certified Nurse Assistant.  After being state-certified, the student may find employment in acute care or long-term care settings. 

*Course dates and time are subject to change or be cancelled based on enrollment.

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Enrollment Requirements
  • Negative TB Test
  • Current Influenza Vaccination and Health Clearance
  • Covid-19 Vaccinations
  • Background Check
  • Social Security Card or ITIN
Course Fee Includes

The course fee is $1,500 and is required at the time of registration.  If you need tuition assistance please call AJCC to see if you qualify for SASSFA (562) 946-2237 x234 or x330.  If you already have a GAIN or GROW case, please call LACOE at (562) 922-8700.

Course Fee Incudes

  • CPR Training
  • Background Check
  • State Certification Exam Fee
  • Instructional Materials
Financial Assistance

If you need tuition assistance please call AJCC to see if you qualify for SASSFA (562) 946-2237 x234 or x330.  If you already have a GAIN or GROW case, please call LACOE at (562) 922-8700.

Course Outcomes

Training prepares students for the California State Nurse Assistant Exam

  1. Demonstrate the ability to apply entry-level nursing skills and knowledge of the geriatric population.
  2. Demonstrate accountability and responsibility by meeting the mandatory minimum requirements of attendance.
  3. Recognize assumptions vs. facts presented in class via case studies.
  4. Recognize learning opportunities in clinical and group assignments.
  5. Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of safety and skills.
  6. Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of observation and charting.
  7. Demonstrate the ability to apply soft skills and interpersonal communication.