Nurse Aide Training

The content of the Wonder Health Career Institute Nurse Aide program will prepare students for entry-level jobs as Nurse Aides, Home Health Aides, or Patient Care Attendants.  Students will learn all skills necessary to take care of long-term care residents.

Course Objectives 
After completing this course, participants will be able to: 

• Provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities.
• Communicate and interact effectively with residents and their families, with sensitivity to the psychosocial needs of residents.
• Assist residents in attaining and maintaining maximum functional independence.
• Protect, support and promote the rights of residents.
• Provide safety and preventive measures in the care of residents.
• Demonstrate skill in observing, reporting and documentation.
• Function effectively as a member of the healthcare team

Admission Requirements

NATCEPs are required to check both the Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR) and the Nurse assistant Registry (NAR) and to conduct a criminal history background check for all applicants. Applicants found to be listed on the EMR, or who are listed on the NAR in "revoked" status, or who have a criminal history that would bar employment in an HHS-licensed facility or agency are prohibited from enrolling in a nurse assistant training program.
At Wonder Health Career Institute, we do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, country of origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, region, physical or mental disability. The school shall accept student into the Wonder Health Career institute program upon the applicant providing the following:

1. Successfully completed Wonder Health Career Institute Application forms.
2. Successful completion of the public, private, or homeschooling at the high school level or obtainment of a recognized high school equivalency credential (GED) or
5. Student should be at least 18 years of age;
7.Student Should not be listed on the Nurse assistant Registry in revoked status;
8. Student must have a current TB test or chest x-ray within the last 12 months showing no
active TB or communicable disease processes 

Course Curriculum


The State of Texas requires that CNA training classes must provide a minimum of 100 clock
hours of training, including:
1: 60 clock hours of classroom training that doesn’t involve direct resident care; and
2: 40 clock hours of hands-on resident care in a nursing facility.
This Institution fulfils these requirements by offering class hours that exceed the Texas minimum
required hours, allowing time for extra review, tutoring or special instructions.
Classroom Instruction and training: ------------------------------------------------------72 clock hours
Externship (clinical experience): -----------------------------------------------------------45 clock hours
Total hours: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------117 clock hours
Length of Program---------------------------------------------------------------------------4 weeks

Clinical Skills Test Checklist 



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