Cna online course
Certified Nurse's Assistant & Home Health Aide Course 
Once you decide to enroll, we provide you with all the information, skills, training, and procedures preparing you  to become employed as a Certified Nurses Assistant or Home Health Aide.  Our course includes information on all the required nursing skills. Our course includes literature, photographs, examples, illustrations, practice tests, and demonstration videos.  As a bonus, we include our CPR course free of charge, because most employment agencies require it. If you have any questions, an instructor is available to answer any questions you may have about the material. The best part about our course is all the information is online and accessible 24/7. Finally, you have access to the course for a full year!



(CHHA & CNA) Certified Nurses Assistant and Home Health Aide Online Course                         
 Includes:

24/7 Online Course Access
CPR Certification(Adult/Child/Infant)
Dementia & Alzheimer Care
Food Borne Illness/Kitchen Safety
Emergency Situations Procedures
End of Life Care

Infection Control Procedures
Fire Safety Procedures
All Required Nursing Skills
Course Certification
Price: $129.99
 
CNA Online Course
    Course Duration

  • Approximately 75-150 hours
Please note: it is strongly recommended that you read the entire course before taking the exam. However, we understand that many of our students are already familiar with nursing skills and procedures. If you are familiar with the course material you can complete the course quickly and take the exam after registration in which case you may be certified within a few hours.
    Lesson 1: Introduction to Nursing Procedures

  • Proper Hospital Infection Control
  • Proper Hand Washing
  • Proper Glove Removal
  • Hospital Fire Safety
  • Hospital Emergency Situations
  • HIV/Aides Prevention
  • Food Born Illnesses Prevention Safety
    Lesson 2: Introduction to CPR

  • Definitions
  • Scene assessment and appropriate response
  • A-B-C's of Adult/Child/Infant CPR
  • Mechanics of Artificial Life Support
  • Fundamentals of human physiology (circulatory system) and CPR applications
  • What is expected during an emergency situations (including EMS response)
  • CPR Certification Exam
    Lesson 3: Introduction to Measuring patient's vitals
  • Measuring Pulse and Respirations
  • Measuring Blood Pressure
  • Measuring Blood Glucose Level
  • Measuring and Recording the content of Urinary bag
  • Measuring and Recording Vitals
    Lesson 4: Assisting with Patient Hygiene
  • Hair & Nail Care
  • Mouth Care
  • Denture Care
  • Partial Bed Bath
  • Assisting with Bedpan
  • Assisting with Medication
    Lesson 5: Assisting a Disabled Patient
  • Ambulation
  • Wheel Chair Transfer
    Lesson 6: Terminal Care
  • Common Illnesses of the Elderly
  • End of Life Care
In Depth Guide to All 21 Nursing Procedures

Ambulation
Bedpan
Catheter Care
Change an Occupied Bed
Change of Position
Dressing a Resident
Feeding a Resident
Foot Care
Hair Care
Nail Care
Measure and Record Contents of Urinary Drainage Bag
Measure and Record Pulse
Recording Respirations
Measure and Record Weight
Mouth Care Brush Teeth
Mouth Care Denture
Partial Bed Bath
Perineal Care Female
Range of Motion Lower Extremity
Range of Motion Upper Extremity
Transferring a Patient

Mini Quiz 1
Mini Quiz 2
Mini Quiz 3
Mini Quiz 4

Practice Exam

    Final Exam

HHA Online Course
Course Duration
  • Approximately 45-75 hours
Please note: it is strongly recommended that you read the entire course before taking the exam. However, we understand that many of our students are already familiar with nursing skills and procedures. If you are familiar with the course material you can complete the course quickly and take the exam after registration in which case you may be certified within a few hours.
    Lesson 1: Introduction to Nursing Procedures

  • Proper Infection Control
  • Proper Hand Washing
  • Proper Glove Removal
  • Fire Safety
  • Emergency Situations
  • HIV/Aides Prevention
  • Food Born Illnesses Prevention & Kitchen Safety
    Lesson 2: Introduction to CPR

  • Definitions
  • Scene assessment and appropriate response
  • A-B-C's of Adult/Child/Infant CPR
  • Mechanics of Artificial Life Support
  • Fundamentals of human physiology (circulatory system) and CPR applications
  • What is expected during an emergency situations (including EMS response)
  • CPR Certification Exam
    Lesson 3: Introduction to Measuring patient's vitals
  • Measuring Pulse and Respirations
  • Measuring Blood Pressure
  • Measuring Blood Glucose Level
  • Measuring and Recording the content of Urinary bag
  • Measuring and Recording Vitals
    Lesson 4: Assisting with Patient Hygiene
  • Hair & Nail Care
  • Mouth Care
  • Denture Care
  • Partial Bed Bath
  • Assisting with Bedpan
  • Assisting with Medication
    Lesson 5: Assisting a Disabled Patient
  • Ambulation
  • Wheel Chair Transfer
    Lesson 6: Terminal Care
  • Common Illnesses of the Elderly
  • End of Life Care
    Final Exam