The nursing assistant programs in Beaumont, California that are shown here have the most recent and up to date training found in the city as of the moment. Call the school to find out how you can get started with their training course.
Beaumont Adult School
1575 Cherry Ave
Beaumont, CA 92223
To work as a nursing assistant in California you must get certified by its Aide and Technician Certification Section. There are two general ways to get certified in this state; you can either take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program or apply for reciprocity.
The only way for those who have never been certified as nursing assistants before is to challenge the NNAAP exam. Before they can challenge the exam, they must first establish eligibility by completing a state-approved training program. Examples of great ways to establish eligibility is to complete a 150-hour CNA program, complete a nursing educational program, or complete military training as a medic.
Among the two options, the most common is the first. CNA courses that are approved by the CDPH offer 150 hours of training. The training curriculum consists of at least 50 hours of classroom instructions and 100 hours of clinical practice while under the supervision of a qualified CNA instructor. Most programs offered in California can be completed within 8 to 24 weeks of continuous training.
Before enrolling, please make sure that the program is approved by the state. It is the Aide and Technician Certification Section that is in charge of approving training program. You can reach them for more details about approved programs by calling them at (916) 552-8873. There are also online courses that you can take. If you want to learn more about the latest requirements to receive your certification you can call the California Department of Public Health please at (916) 327-2445 or through email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NNAAP exam consists of a written and skills evaluation test. Those who have difficulties in reading English can request to take the oral version of the written test. To get certified, candidates are required to pass all the tests. Since their training is only valid for 2 years after completing the program, they must get certified within that time. If a candidate fails to get certified within 2 years after completing his training, he will be required to complete another training program before he can reapply.
The process of reciprocity is only available to individuals who are already certified as nursing assistants in other states. This process lets them transfer their certification(s) to California without any further testing. To be eligible for reciprocity, they must submit the following to the ATCS:
• A copy of their state-issued CNA certificate
• Proof of work as a nursing assistant for the last 2 years (only if the applicant has been certified for more than 2 years)
• A copy of the completed Request for Live Scan Services
• A CDPH 931 form (Verification of Current Nursing Assistant Certification)
• Completed Initial Application Form (http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/070503.pdf)
This is a city that is part of Riverside County which is in the Greater L.A. area. It has a total population of 36,877. You can find places like Banning, Calimesa, San Bernardino County and Cherry Valley near Beaumont. It has a total land area 30.912 sq miles and a population density of 1,192.4/sq miles. Major roads that run along/across the city are Interstate 10 and California State Route 60.
There are a lot of health care clinics/centers located in the city. Examples of these include Loma Linda University Med Center (951) 845-5238, Inshape Medical Clinic (951) 922-6711, Psychological Health (951) 769-6934, Palm Grove Healthcare (951) 845-3125, Riverside-San Bernandino (951) 845-0185, and Oak Tree AC (951) 845-8500. photo attribution: usdagov