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12 Weeks

A nurse assistant, works under the supervision of nurses to deliver high quality care to clients. The job requires Long hours and Many responsibilities, but caring for clients on a daily basis provides some of the greatest rewards any profession could offer. Not to mention, the skills you learn as a certified nurse assistant can prepare for a Long-term career in the nursing field. They answer client call lights; Deliver messages, serve meals, make beds, and help clients to eat, dress, and bathe. Aides also May provide skin care to clients, take their temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure, and help them to get into and out of bed and walk. They also May escort client’s to operating and examining rooms, keep clients rooms neat, set up equipment, store and Move supplies, and assist with some procedures. Aides observe client’s physical, mental, and emotional conditions and report any change to the nursing or medical staff.


  • Help Clients with their basic needs. Generally, this means helping them bathe, dress

  • Responsible for taking and recording Client vital signs.

  • Serving meals to Clients, making beds and helping clean rooms

  • Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedures

  • Maintain effective communication with the client and the family for help and observe

  • Changes in a Client's condition or behavior

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