Total Cost: $950.00 after discount
Minimum Deposit: $350.00 Length of Program: 3-4 Weeks. Skills and final exam will be at the school.
If you have already registered, please go to Day 1 to start.
PART 1: Watch the lectures & read the textbook then take the quizzes.
PART 2: Watch all CNA skills videos & read the handbook, watch CPR/First Aid videos
PART 3: Schedule appointments to perform CNA skills/clinical simulation & CPR/First Aid practical at the school.
PART 4: Obtain your fingerprinting for Maryland Board of Nursing to apply for your CNA license.
PART 5: Schedule your final exam at the school and your CNA license application. Congratulations!!!
Start Here: Watch Day 1 video lecture, then login to take Day 1 Quiz. Return to Day 2A and 2B and so on until day 13. A loaner copy of the textbook is available at the school for pick up.
The Nursing Assistant In Long Term Care
Infection Prevention & Control
Safety & Body Mechanics
Positioning, Moving & Lifting
The Gastrointestinal System
Diversity, Human Needs & Development
Admission, Transfer, Discharge, Physical Exam
Bedmaking & Unit Care
Ethical & Legal Issues
The Urinary System
The Integumentary System
The Cardiovascular System
The Respiratory System
The Musculoskeletal System
Abbreviations & Incident Report.
*Use a plain paper to write an incident report based on this resident on the floor
Write your incident report about this resident only and send to 240-424-6866
The Endocrine System
Nutrition & Fluid Balance 1
Nutrition & Fluid Balance 2
Rehab & Restorative Care
The Nervous System
The Immune System
Watch all the skills videos along with the handbook from page 24. Understand the the steps to follow for each skill. Be ready to demonstrate the skills when you schedule your skills demonstrations/clinical simulations.
The Maryland Nurse Aide Candidate Handbook is your guide for the Geriatric Nursing Assistant (GNA) examination. GNA is optional and requires completion of the CNA program to be eligible for the GNA exam. For more information about the GNA exam and registration, please contact the school.
Skill 1 Handwashing
Skill 2 Apply Elastic Stocking
Skill 3 Ambulate With Transfer Belt
Skill 4 Assist With Bedpan
Skill 5 Clean Upper/Lower Denture
Skill 6 Counts & Records Radial Pulse
Skill 7 Counts & Records Respiration
Skill 8 Donning & Removing PPE
Skill 9 Dressing Client
Skill 10 Feeding Client
Skill 11 Modified Bed Bath
Skill 13 Measure Urine Output
Skill 14 Measures & Records Weight
Skill 15 PROM For 1 Knee & 1 Ankle
Skill 16 PROM For 1 Shoulder
Skill 17 Position Client On Side
Skill 19 Foot Care
Skill 20 Provides Mouth Care
Skill 21 Provides Perineal Care To A Female Client
Skill 22 Transfer From Bed To Wheelchair Using Gait Belt
Skill 23 Measure & Records Blood Pressure
Upon passing your CNA final exam, you will receive a certificate of completion and will be assisted with your CNA license application with Maryland Board of Nursing. MBON usually take 4 - 8 weeks to issue a 90-day CNA temporary license which they automatically convert to a permanent license before the expiration of the temporary license. Your CNA license will be posted online and not mailed to you, please take note of how to look up your license
Go to www.mbon.maryland.gov
Click on license, Click on look up a license,
Scroll down and click on proceed to look up your license
Profession: select Nursing Assistant. License Type: All. Last Name: enter your last name followed by * example: Trump*
Click search. Click on your name for license detail. Print your license and take note of the expiration date.