Certified Nursing Assistant 2
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Who is a CNA-2?
A Certified Nursing Assistant 2 (CNA-2) is a CNA-1 who has received specialized training in more depth to assist licensed nursing personnel in hospital and other acute care settings in providing nursing care for patients.
Hold a current, unencumbered Oregon CNA 1 Certificate on the first day of class.
CNA-2 Acute Care Program Curriculum
Nursing Assistant 2 Acute Care curriculum provides a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities at a greater depth than a NA 1 training program, including the concepts of safety and preventing complications. Each class is limited to 16 students, labs are limited to 10 students, and clinical is limited to 8 students. The program consists of a total of 64 hours.
Upon graduation, you will be issued a certificate of completion and your graduation information will be submitted to the OSBN.
TUITION & FEES
|CNA-2 Acute Care Program Tuition|
|CNA-2 Tuition (includes textbooks, criminal history, lab supplies, clinical practicum and ID badge)||
|Background Check Fee||
|Supplies Available for Purchase|
|Blood Pressure Cuff/Stethoscope Kit/Gait Belt||
|Blood Pressure Cuff||
|Additional Classes/OSBN Fees Available for Purchase|
|CPR Class – American Heart Association BLS Healthcare Provider||
|TB Skin Test (PPD)||
|Additional Program Expenses:|
|Scrubs, shoes, wrist watch with a second hand|