Nurse Aide Training at Colorado Mountain College
Get a Nurse Aide Certificate and work in the expanding health care industry
CMC’s one-semester program teaches you the skills necessary to work in health centers with all types of care for patients. Upon earning your Nurse Aide Certificate, you’ll be prepared and eligible to take the Certified Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide exam.
According to NurseJournal, most Certified Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aides find work at:
- Nursing Homes
- Assisted Living and Retirement Communities
- Home Healthcare
- Government Facilities
- Traveling CNAs
- Private Practice
Learn the fundamentals of individualized nursing care and gain the skills necessary to work in health centers with all types of patients and health care needs. CMC’s comprehensive, 4.5-credit course includes:
- Approximately 90 classroom/lecture hours
- Approximately 22.5 hours of clinicals in health care settings (requires student travel with own transportation)
New students must have a current professional Basic Life Support (BLS) certificate or be currently enrolled to begin the CMC program.
Students who earn a grade of a “C-” or better in the class will receive a Certificate of Occupational Proficiency in Nurse Aide and be eligible to take the state certification exam for Certified Nurse Aides.
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