Vocational Nurse Program
The Vocational Nursing Program is a 12-month Certificate program designed to prepare students to perform direct patient care under the supervision of an RN and/or physician. The VN training program provides students the necessary knowledge and skills to become safe and competent practitioners. Students are also prepared for upward mobility in a nursing career.
Psychiatric Technician Program
This program teaches you to use basic nursing skills and psychiatric principles to interact with and care for clients in a therapeutic manner and monitor treatment modalities. You will learn to perform basic nursing skills, administer medications, conduct one-to-one relationship development, and participate in group therapy.
Certified Nurse Assistant Program
This training program is a 174-hour course (23 days) with the purpose to prepare students for the State Nurse Assistant examination, which tests for knowledge of theory and applied skills. Upon successful completion of the program, students may apply to take the State Certified Nursing Assistant examination.
Hemodialysis Technician Program
For those who are new to the medical field and want to become Certified Hemodialysis Technicians in California must complete 280 training hours (80 hours of classroom instruction and 200 hours of hands-on training). California law requires that all candidates must possess a High School Diploma or its equivalent. Graduates of this program, once certified, are completely ready to assume roles in the Outpatient Hemodialysis Facility as fully functional employees.