CNA Renewal CEU: BRIDGING PASSION AND ACTION
CNA Renewal. If we talk about the Economics of Life, “people face tradeoffs” is the first thing that comes into my mind, which is quite seemingly similar to one’s passion. Our passion in helping others and assisting medical practitioners takes great courage in investing in good quality trainings. Together with Educate Simplify, we make it accessible and affordable for you.
Commonly, CNA have great misconceptions on what do they really do in practice, that is why we need to clearly define what is a CNA – a certified nursing assistant, or CNA, helps patients or clients with healthcare needs under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Each state also has its own extent of practice for CNAs and its own code of conduct. CNAs often work in a wide variety of settings; nursing homes, hospitals, adult day care centers, personal homes and assisted living facilities all require nursing assistants to act as a helpful link between the RN or LPN and the patient. In many cases, CNAs serve as the RNs or LPNs eyes and ears, and relays information between many patients and nurses.
Unlike other nursing jobs, certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are not required to hold a college degree. However, training is required resulting in a postsecondary non-degree certificate or diploma.
They are typically responsible for the general care of their patients. Duties will vary, depending on the specific needs of the patient. The most common responsibilities are taking and recording vital signs such as heart rate and blood pressure; assisting them to and from their bed or chair as needed; and helping them with feeding and personal hygiene. CNAs may also assist doctors or nurses during medical procedures.
Why become a CNA? – This is one of the many questions which keeps on lingering in our heads for a couple of time already. Many CNAs do not settle in this position, they want to move up into more involved medical careers, thus this causes the high demand of CNAs across the region, most especially the institutions that provide continuing care and assisted living for the elderly. If you’re considering becoming a registered nurse, working as a CNA first is a great entry into the medical field. The experiences you’ll gain will help you decide if nursing is the right fit for you. You’ll also enter a nursing education program with a solid background in patient care.
Thus, being a CNA, passion for helping others and the eagerness to work in the medical field together with the doctors and nurses is your ultimate investment. Becoming a CNA will satisfy your career goals, and this position with enormous opportunity to grow both professionally and personally. Moreover, there are many associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree programs that CNAs can use to get qualified for better paying work in the medical industry.
With Educate Simplify, CNA Renewal CEU Courses are made accessible and affordable through the following offers – a) Face-to-Face Classroom Course at $ 50, b) Online CEU (24 CEU) at $ 29.50, c) CNA Exam Preparations at $16 per hour.
We also created a booklet, for you to flip through the Booklet while enjoying our online CEU Program – also, buying this booklet (e-book) will save trees, and can save money, originally priced at $ 49.99; now at $ 9.99 ONLY!
In renewing a CNA in California, you will need a total of 48 hours of continuing education. Certificates must be renewed every two (2) years. You may renew your certificate any time within two (2) years after the expiration date of your certificate. Also, please bring ALL your paperwork from your work & the board if you registered for LIVE or CLASSROOM Course.
BREAKDOWN OF HOURS:
- The board will allow you to take 24 hours online and you need to be in an actual “Live” or “Face to Face” classroom setting for the rest of the 24 Hours.
- A Minimum of twelve (12) of the forty eight (48) Hours shall be completed in each year of the two (2) year certification period.
- A Maximum of twenty four (24) Hours maybe obtained only throught CDPH-approved online computer training program.
- A CNA may take ALL needed CEUs in classroom/face-to-face setting BUT not all should be taken in the same renewal year**
For the 24 Live Classroom hours — *** Half (12 hours) of the 24 need to be completed in first year and other half in the second year i.e.: If your expiration year is 2016 — you need to have attended an in-service or CEU classroom activity 12 hours in 2014 and another 12 hours in 2015
Creativeresol-ve Healthcare Ed has been approved by the California Board of Nursing CEP# 15273 for continuing education for CNAs and HHAs.
If your license is expiring soon — please register for an Online or Live Classroom course ASAP
To accommodate your questions, and clarifications, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to have more information that are readily available, you can access them at http://www.cdph.ca.gov/
In pursuing our passion to help others and the eagerness to work in the medical field together with the doctors and nurses, YOU can avail our PROMO – for as much as $ 29.50 ONLY, you can take all CNA CEU Courses, from its previous price at $59.00. Hurry! Our PROMO only lasts until November 2018.
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