The nursing assistant classes in Clearfield that you can find on this page are all the Utah state approved school courses that are being offered as of the moment. For more information about signing up for their program, class schedules, or tuition costs, just call the number provided.
AAA CNA TRAINING CENTERS
397 S. State St. Ste #104
Clearfield, UT 84015
1-888-531-8262 (toll free)
Nursing assistants are currently in demand throughout the United States. You can find them working in different healthcare settings such as nursing homes, assisted living centers, hospice centers, hospitals, and long-term care facilities. They help RNs and LPNs provide nursing and nursing-related care to patients who are living in those healthcare settings.
A certified nursing assistant can be defied as a person who has successfully completed the Nursing Assistant Training and Competency Evaluation Program or NATCEP, and has passed a state certification exam and whose name is on the Utah Nurse Aide Registry.
CNA training in Utah consists of a minimum of 80 hours of training. These hours are divided into 50 hours of classroom lectures and 30 hours of supervised clinical practice. Students are taken care by clinical instructors who have background experiences in teaching adults. Completing a state-approved program will make you eligible to apply for the certification exam.
Nursing students, graduates, registered nurses, and licensed practical nurses, who want to work as nursing assistants are allowed to apply for the certification exam without the need for further training.
The certification exam consists of a written/oral knowledge test and a clinical skills evaluation. Both of these tests are given on the same day. Applicants must submit the application forms along with the payment for the tests. Incomplete applications will not processed by the testing center.
If a candidate is able to pass all the tests, his name will be entered into the Nurse Aide Registry. The NAR will then send his or her CNA certificate to his or her mailing address. This certificate will only be valid for 2 years. Workers must work for at least 200 hours paid certified nursing assistants to qualify for recertification. If a nurse aide fails to renew his certification on time, he has 30 days after the expiration to renew it.
This city is a part of Davis County. The earliest settlers in the area dated back to 1877. It is also a part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the census of 2010, their total population was around 30,112 people. It has a total area of approximately 7.7 sq miles and has a population density, where all of it is land. It has a population density of 3,351.9/sq mile.
Examples of health care centers in the area include Youth Health Associates, Newbold David Ph.D. and Associates, Westside Medical, Davis County Health Clinic, Legacy Point Family Medicine, Astle Nelson L MD, Esc, Ericksen Corey DO, and many more. photo attribution: murraystateuniversity