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Classes Offered

Classes Offered

American Heart Association Basic Life Support CPR for Healthcare Providers

American Heart Association Basic Life Support CPR for Healthcare Providers

 

Class Descriptions

STATE REGISTERED NURSE AIDE (SRNA/CNA)

On-Site*Online Offered: weekdays, weeknights, or weekends

This is a 75 hour training program. This program is approved by the Kentucky Department of Medicaid. After successful completion the student will be eligible to take the KY State Registered Nurse Aide exam.

Take this class at your convenience during weekdays, weeknights, weekends, or online. This class meets the requirement for nursing programs for the SRNA/CNA class for nursing school acceptance.

The 75 hours include:

  • 59 hours that are completed in the classroom
  • 16 hours that are completed in an approved clinical site

Nursing assistants provide non-invasive bedside care to residents in a long term care center, hospital, or home health agency under the supervision of a RN or LPN.

Between 2014 and 2024, there will be an 18 % increase in jobs created for Nursing Assistants.*


Certified CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT PRogram (CCMA)

Our Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) Program consists of three classes (EKG 65 hours, Phlebotomy 80 hours, and CCMA 135 hours) and is a total of 280 hours.

Upon completion of this program and passing three National Healthcareer Association (NHA) exams the student will be able to assist a doctor with a variety of tasks in a clinical setting including, but not limited to, assisting physicians during exams, interviewing and educating patients, measuring and recording vital signs and administering injections.

The CCMA program consists of:


Certified EKG Technician (CET)

Our EKG class is a 65 hour class, there is no clinical requirement.

Upon class completion the student will have practical knowledge of: anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system, medical terminology related to EKG, phases of the cardiac cycle, EKG interpretations, normal and abnormal EKG’s, different ECG equipment, setting up equipment, properly identifying the patient, know the proper way to introduce him or herself, the patient’s bill of rights, listing important information that must be included on ECG report, cardiac disorders and emergencies, the pharmacology of drugs commonly used in the treatment of cardiac disorders and student will demonstrate proficiency in electrocardiography.

This class counts towards 65 of the 280 hours needed to complete our Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Program (CCMA).

The CCMA program consists of: 
EKG 65 hours     
Phlebotomy 80 hours     
CMA 135 hours     

 

Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)

This is an 80 hour class:

  • 60 hours are completed in the classroom
  • 20 hours are completed in an approved clinical site. 

Upon class completion the student will be able to work in a hospital, lab or doctor’s office and perform venipuncture and microcapillary sticks on adults.

Class topics include:

  • First aid
  • CPR-American Heart
  • Blood borne pathogen training in accordance to ASHI standards
    (with completion cards given)
  • Be eligible to take the NHA Phlebotomy exam.

Between 2014 and 2024, there will be an 25% increase in jobs created for Phlebotomists.*

This class also counts towards 80 of the 280 hours needed to complete our Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Program (CCMA).

The CCMA program consists of: 
EKG 65 hours     
Phlebotomy 80 hours     
CMA 135 hours     

 

CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT CLASS (CMA)

Our Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) class is a 135 hours class. 

Upon completion of this class the student will be able to assist the doctor with a variety of tasks in a clinical setting. Upon successful completion of the class, student will be able to take the NHA CCMA exam. At the end of the CMA class module, the student will be able to: perform hand washing, dispose of biohazard materials, practice standard precautions, properly introduce self and identify patients, be able to perform telephone and in person screening, prepare and maintain examination and treatment setting, help prepare patient for and/or assist with routine/specialty exams, and demonstrate knowledge of: maintenance of medication/immunization records, taking and recording vital signs, responding to and initiating verbal and written communication, responding to issues of patient confidentiality/HIPPA, performing within legal/ethical boundaries, the use and care of patient equipment

Between 2014 and 2024, there will be an 24% increase in jobs created for Medical Assistants.*

This class counts towards 135 of the 280 hours needed to complete our Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Program (CCMA).

The CCMA program consists of: 
EKG 65 hours  
Phlebotomy 80 hours  
CMA 135 hours  

 

American Heart Association BLS CPR for                                                               Healthcare Providers

Approximately 3 - 4 hours this course meets the requirements for any healthcare entity as well as that for any health, medical or nursing student. Upon completion of the class you will receive a 2-year certification through the American Heart Association that you’ll have to renew every two years. We offer these classes once or twice a month on Fridays for $50.00 which must be paid at the time of registration.