The nursing assistant programs located in Stanton, California are all the available courses that are open for enrollment as of the making of this page. For more information, do not hesitate to call the contact number provided.
Seasons Medical Training
12362 Beach Blvd., Suite 21
Stanton, CA 90680
(714) 890-7023 or 249-9901
Website – seasonsmedicaltraining.com
[Multiple Classes Available]
All aspiring nursing aides are required to have a CNA certification before working in a state-approved healthcare facility. There are different routes that one can take to get a certification. The most common one is to challenge the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program exam after completing a state-certified nurse aide training course.
The course must be licensed by the [CDPH] California Department of Public Health and include both clinical practice and theoretical instruction. After the training is finished you will be eligible to take the exam as long as you passed background checks and have met other requirements from the school and the state & federal government.
State-certified programs are required to offer at least 150 hours. These hours are divided into 50 hours of classroom instructions and 100 hours of clinical practice. Both the classroom and clinical practice are taught at the same time. Students are placed under the supervision of a qualified registered nurse with at least 2 years of nursing experiences and a background in teaching adults. Depending on the course you select, it can take you 2 to 6 months to finish all your training.
As soon as you are through with your training, your next step is to complete the Initial Application form (http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/070503.pdf) to establish eligibility to apply for the NNAAP exam. This form must be completed accurately before sending it to the CDPH. Once the CDPH receives your application, your next step is to submit your application form (http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/070508.pdf) for the NNAAP exam to your local Regional Testing Center.
The NNAAP exam is a two part examination that consists of a written test and a clinical skills evaluation. Candidates who have trouble reading English can request to take an oral exam instead of the written test. The fee for the written and skills test is $90; there is an additional fee of $15 if you opt to take the oral exam. If you pass all the tests you will receive a state-issued CNA certification. This certification comes from a specialized stock paper with several security features. Having a certification will provide that you are a competent nursing aide. Employers will only hire those who are certified to work in the state.
The names of every certified nursing aide are placed in the Nurse Aide Registry. This Registry contains all the names of all CNAs who are allowed to work in a state-approved healthcare facility. To keep your name on the list you must renew your certification every 2 years. No certified nursing aide is allowed to continue working once his certification has expired. To find out more, please follow this link: http://www.cdph.ca.gov/certlic/occupations/Documents/How-to-Renew-Your-Cert.pdf.
The state of California allows CNAs from different states to become licensed by offering them reciprocity so that they can continue working in this state. When they apply, the applicants’ license should still have an active status in their state’s registry. They should also have a good relationship with the state they came from in order to pass the federal and the state background checks. They must also not have any records that may prevent them from working in the state like negligence or patient abuse. To find out more about how to apply for reciprocity, they can call the CA Nurse Aide Registry at (916) 327-2445.
This city is a part of western Orange County. According to the latest census, the population of the city is now over 38,186 people. This city is one of the most politically conservative cities in the entire state. You can find Cypress, Anaheim, and Garden Grove near this Stanton.
Health care centers that are found in the city include Clinica Medica San Blas (714) 220-2223, Pueblo Family Medical Center (714) 816-0526, Central City Community Health Center (714) 898-2222, Coast Medical Center (714) 657-7600 and Fen-Phen N N Medical Clinic (714) 903-1920. photo attribution: kkleinrn