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CEUs for Certified Nurse Assistants

Burns Pre-Hospital Treatment and Management 

CEUs for Certified Nurse Assistants
   
This Course offers 3 CE credits to Certified Nurse Assistants NAC # 6936- Class is approximately 3 hours

When a burn occurs, seconds count! Burn injuries should be cooled immediately, otherwise the heat will continue to destroy the surrounding and underlying tissue, and may progress a partial thickness (second degree) burn into a full thickness (third degree) burn injury.  Participants will be able to recognize, assess, prioritize and treat the emergency care for superficial, partial thickness and full thickness burns at the completion of this course.  Course is $40 

Bleeding Control- Before EMS Arrives

CEUs for Certified Nurse Assistants
  
This Course offers 4 CE credits to Certified Nurse Assistants NAC # 6936- Class is approximately 4 hours   

Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma. This course is designed to educate the participant about the important role they play in providing these potentially life -saving interventions prior to the arrival of emergency services. Course is $40 

Epinephrine Auto Injector*

CEUs for Certified Nurse Assistants
   
This Course offers 2 CE credits to Certified Nurse Assistants NAC # 6936 - Class is approximately 2 hours

Anaphylaxis is a serious, life-threatening allergic reaction. The most common anaphylactic reactions are to foods, insect stings, medications. If it isn’t treated properly, anaphylaxis can be fatal. This course is designed to educate the participant about the important role they play in providing these potentially life -saving interventions prior to the arrival of emergency services. Training in this course is meant to assist you to minimize injury or death in emergency situations. With the new California State Law (SB669), both laypersons and off duty Healthcare Provider personnel will now be able to complete a certification course to obtain and administer epinephrine pen injections to virtually anyone during an emergency. Course is $30 

*Students must have valid and current CPR card as a prerequisite for the Epinephrine Auto Injector Class and you must bring a copy of it to enter the class. Our Basic Life Support CPR class also offers 4 CE credits .  If you need to enroll in a CPR class:

Communication Skills for the Professional

This Course offers 1 CE credit to Certified Nurse Assistants NAC # 6936 - Class is approximately 1 hour

Caring for, and having successful relationships with older adults often requires unique communication skills and strategies. This program describes the importance of positive Communication skills and teaches effective methods for creating clear, respectful exchanges. Course is $15 

HIPPA For Professionals

This Course offers 1 CE credit to Certified Nurse Assistants NAC # 6936 - Class is approximately 1 hour

This course teaches HIPAA guidelines and teaches healthcare providers about the importance of maintaining confidentiality in a variety of settings. Course is $15 

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens program includes information that will help students understand what bloodborne pathogens are and how risks of exposure can be reduced for themselves and others. Earns 1CE Unit $20 

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FALL PREVENTION

Falls are the leading cause of death from injury for older adults. This program teaches how to reduce the risk of falls inside and outside of the home while encouraging independence. Earns 1CE Unit $15 

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Elder Abuse & Neglect

Understanding elder abuse is vitally important if you oversee the care of an elder. You will understand how to identify various types of elder abuse and learn about some of the contributing factors. Earns 1CE Unit $15 

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