Certified Nurse Aide Training at KRC
CNA training, also known as health care assisting, is designed to train entry level workers in basic skills needed to assist nurses and to be efficient health care team members. The course includes a minimum of *60 hours of classroom and lab instructions and 80 hours of clinical experience at Heritage Place Nursing Home in Soldotna. The required 6 credit course is: HCA A105, Certified Nurse Aide. The course includes course work in medical terminology, basic anatomy, lab training, skills practice and the clinical application of knowledge and skills.
Registration restrictions include minimum English and math competency levels met on the ACCUPLACER placement test (administered by KRC Campus Services by appointment. Cost is $15.
Students can not register for this class online until completing the pre-application process in the Business & Industry faculty office at the Kenai River Campus (contact faculty secretary Patty Dombovy at 262-0344).
*Missing class and not meeting the 60-hour goal will disqualify students from taking the State exam.