Certified Nursing Assistant CTE Program
Teaching Care & Compassion
Expected Growth Rate of Nearly 10% by 2030!
The 21-century Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides healthcare services for patients and residents in assisted living facilities, hospitals, and nursing homes. Since most “Baby Boomers” have reached retirement age, the job outlook for a CNA remains steady at a projected increase of 8% through 2030.
Take the first step towards helping position your students for a successful career as a CNA by contacting us today to learn more.
The Ultimate Career in Patient Care Starts with Teaching Compassion
Kaduceus’ Certified Nursing Assistant program instructs students about the vital support they’ll provide to nurses and patients in different medical facilities. In addition, CNAs offer primary care to patients in various settings, such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, and in-home healthcare environments.
Students interested in the CNA curriculum learn the general hands-on patient care duties that often include:
Preparing Students for Today’s Certified Nursing Assistant Career
Also known as Nurse Aides, CNAs have an enormous impact on the day-to-day experience of the patients and healthcare staff.
Lastly, Kaduceus continues to enhance its Certified Nursing Assistants program curriculum to ensure teachers are fully equipped to instruct and help prepare students for new 21st-century health science careers.
These days, CNAs have earned a new level of respect as their crucial role in healthcare has become even more apparent.
Connect with an Education Consultant to see how your school, teachers and students can benefit by adding the CNA program.
CNA Curriculum Program Details
Once students successfully complete their Certified Nursing Assistant program, they qualify to sit for the CNA certification exam.
To access additional curriculum details on lecture notes, course length, clinical rotations, and testing exams, download our program brochure.