Open Door Healthcare Services Inc. Nurse Aide Training Program
is a 5-week job training program with strong emphasis on Privacy, Dignity, Independence, Communication, Safety, and Infection Control. The program is designed to motivate the participant and establish a deeper appreciation of his/her important role in providing quality nursing care in a variety of healthcare settings.
The Program is a blended program consist of both online and in-person:
Lecture: Note taking, and pre-reading are mandatory and add to the learning process.
Activities: Activities are designed to involve students in the experiential learning process.
Video: Videos and instructor demonstrations are used to provide a standardized method for all nursing skills to help ensure standardization of quality, and to present real life scenarios for the student.
Lab sessions: Lab sessions allow students to demonstrate competency in each skill prior to the clinical experience.
Clinical experience: The clinical component of the program will provide students a real world, hands-on learning opportunity in a long-term healthcare facility.
All program graduates will be considered and supported for job placement.
First class to be determined; classes begins every 6 weeks!
Student course catalog will provided upon enrollment.
NURSE ASSISTANT TRAINING AND HOME HEALTH AIDE TRAINING
This program which includes theory/lecture, skills in lab and clinical training is fully led by Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses who have completed a training course and meet all Federal, State requirements and approved by the American Red Cross.
DEFINITION OF BLENDED LEARNING TRAINING
The Blended Learning program is an alternate delivery method which makes the training a viable option for students unable to take the course in a fully led instructor setting. Students will complete the theory content via online; a participant guide will be provided to each student introducing them to the online platform. Skills in the lab and clinical training will be led by Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses who have completed a training course and meet all Federal, State requirements and approved by the American Red Cross.