The goal of this course is to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform safe client/resident care within the legal and ethical boundaries of the role of the certified nursing assistant II.
This course is designed to provide the student with the basic principles, and skills necessary to provide client/resident care in the health care setting within the scope of practice of the CNA II. The student will learn the scope of practice for the CNA II and the legal implications of the role. Special emphasis is placed on the principles of delegation and acquisition of the appropriate skills of a CNA II. At the successful completion of the course, students can apply for a CNA II license from the Wyoming State Board of Nursing.
Carter, P. & Stegen, A. (2010). Advanced skills for nursing assistants: A humanistic approach to caregiving. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott’s Williams & Wilkins.
Carter, P. & Stegen, A. (2010). Workbook for advanced skills for nursing assistants: A humanistic approach to caregiving. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott’s Williams & Wilkins.
Must be 18 years of age or older
Current unencumbered CNA Certificate
High School Diploma or GED
Documentation of at least 1500 hours of work as a CNA
Lab: Northwest College - Powell - Yellowstone Building, Room 145
Feb 23rd & 24th from 8am-4pm
Clinical: South Big Horn Hospital and /or North Big Horn Hospital
March 1st & 15th
Skills Check off: TBA
Tina King, MSN, RN
SPACE IS LIMITED - REGISTER EARLY!