Validating employee training programs
Such skills include professionalism, teamwork, customer services, and communication skills. Safety is key and all precautions must be taken to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.
Nursing Assistant 2’s (NA2s) are employed in Hospitals, Long Term Care Facilities, Rehabilitation Centers, Clinics, Hospices, Psychiatric Centers, and Home Care. Earnings for NA2s vary depending on experience, shift and length of service. 50 for the new NA2, but range from $9.50 – $14.25 with experience and location.Intended for state supervisors in Supervisory Group 1.This course examines a number of harmful, common myths that exist in the state government workforce.The 160 hour NA2 program includes nursing skills taught in accordance with the North Carolina Board of Nursing.Classroom, laboratory, and clinical learning experiences are included.Note: Students must initiate a criminal background check and drug screen before registering for an NA2 class.
If denied access to a clinical facility, the student will not be able to progress in the program due to the inability to meet clinical requirements and will be unable to continue in the program.
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From there, you can locate the LEO Technical Requirements’ link on the right side of the page in the Help section: This course shows how to use the Photo Downloader Utility included with Photoshop.
After completing this course, you will be able to explain the basic principles of change management, determine strategies for implementing change initiatives, apply change management strategies to sustain change initiatives, and utilize the principles of change management to facilitate change initiatives.
This course provides users with information about the history of Civil Service, the supervisory role within Civil Service, and the importance of political activity rules.
Skills include oxygen therapy, suctioning, sterile dressing changes, IV fluid assistive activities, ostomy care, gastrostomy/nasogastric feedings, and urinary catheterizations.