The Falcon Institute of Health and Science Nurse Aide Training Program will prepare students to become entry-level Nurse Aides by achieving a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to provide quality care and safety to the residents of long term care facilities/nursing homes and home health care as set forth by the profession of nursing and regulated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Nurse Aide Training Program is a 120-hour intense training opportunity for those who wish to become Certified Nurse Aides. The program will take 18 days to complete.
- Role and Function
- Communication Skills
- Infection Control
- Client’s Rights
- Client’s Independence
- Identify and Report Conditions of Body Systems
- Client’s Environment
- Personal Care Skills
- Restorative Care
- Behavioral Health and Social Services Needs
- Care of Cognitively Impaired Clients
Educational Program Objectives:
- Understand the role and organization of health care facilities and interdisciplinary health care items.
- Identify the role and responsibilities of the Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Nurse Aide within the health care system.
- Understand theoretical knowledge necessary in providing basic health care services.
- Demonstrate the ability to perform clinical skills essential in providing basic health care services.
- Communicate accurately & appropriately in the role of Nurse Aide.
- Demonstrate professional & personal qualities and characteristics of a Nurse Aide.
- Demonstrate the ability to function as a Nurse Aide under the supervision of Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse.