HOHA 0000 Home Health Aide Orientation0 Hours
HOHA 1110 Nurse Assistant & Home Health Aide135 Hours

Nurse Assistant examines the holistic approach to safely caring for patients in a variety of settings While in this course, you will analyze how healthcare systems operate and how to function efficiently within a facility. You will also practice how to work on a healthcare team to meet the patient needs. After completing this course and passing a state certification examination, you will play an essential role on a healthcare team by observing, reporting, and performing skills studied within this course.

Course Objectives

  • Explore how to safely care for patients and residents in a variety of healthcare settings
  • Recognize the skills needed to pass the State of Utah Certified Nurse Assistant (C.N.A.) examination administered by UNAR
  • Identify the skills and knowledge necessary to be an essential part of the healthcare team and meet the needs of patients and residents
HOHA 1510 Nurse Assistant and Home Health Skill Lab135 Hours

Nurse Assistant and Home Health Aide Skill Lab examines the holistic approach to safely caring for patients in a variety of settings While in this course, you will demonstrate and practice the skills necessary to provide patient care in a variety of healthcare settings including ling-term care, home care, and hospice. You will also practice how to work on a healthcare team to meet the patient needs. After completing this course and passing a state certification examination, you will play an essential role on a healthcare team by observing, reporting, and performing skills studied within this course.

Course Objectives

  • Demonstrate how to safely care for patients and residents in a variety of healthcare settings
  • Perform the skills needed to pass the State of Utah Certified Nurse Assistant (C.N.A.) examination administered by UNAR
  • Apply the skills and knowledge necessary to be an essential part of the healthcare team and meet the needs of patients and residents
HOHA 1900 Nurse Assistant Certification Evaluation30 Hours
The Nurse Assistant Certification Evaluation requires students to develop their hands-on skills before moving forward to the Utah Nurse Assisting Registry (UNAR) certification. This final evaluation will help prepare students for the skills that may be evaluated under UNAR guidelines. This preparation will include evaluation on hands-on skills associated with vital signs, beginning and ending procedures, communication, hand-washing, basic safety, moving and positioning, restorative care, hygiene and grooming, nutrition, elimination, infection prevention, and end of life care.
HOHA 2101 Nurse Assistant Clinicals25 Hours

In this course students are required to complete hands-on clinical training at a long-term nursing facility. Training is supervised by state approved clinical instructors.

Course Objectives

  • Demonstrate how to safely care for patients and residents within the healthcare setting
  • Perform the skills needed to pass the State of Utah Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) examination administered by UNAR
  • Apply the skills and knowledge necessary to be an essential part of the healthcare team and meet the needs of patients and residents