Description

Students will review required skills introduced in the CNA program. This course has an online component and an in-person lab component. In the online portion, students will review course instruction. After completing the online component, students will attend, one 4-hour lab session. During the lab session, students will work with a R.N. instructor to practice and demonstrate the CNA skills required for the State of Idaho's C.N.A skills test.  

Walk Away With

Students who take this course will get a review of instruction taught in the CNA program to help prepare them to take the State of Idaho C.N.A Skills Testing.

Who Should Attend?

This course is for anyone who has

  • Completed a CNA program
  • Acquired a waiver to test for C.N.A certification from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Instructor Bio

Sue Jones
Sue Jones has been a professional nurse for 44 years here in the Magic Valley. During her career, she has worked for Twin Falls Clinic and Hospital, Idaho Home Health & Hospice, St. Alphonsus, and now the College of Southern Idaho. She finds great satisfaction in teaching the CNA course at both the Twin Falls and Burley campuses. Sue demonstrates her passion for students as an adviser for the HOSA Future Health Professionals (CSI chapter) and currently serves as the treasurer for the Idaho state board of HOSA. Sue and her husband raised their four sons in Twin Falls and now are enjoying their 10 grandchildren.

Description

Students will review required skills introduced in the CNA program. This course has an online component and an in-person lab component. In the online portion, students will review course instruction. After completing the online component, students will attend, one 4-hour lab session. During the lab session, students will work with a R.N. instructor to practice and demonstrate the CNA skills required for the State of Idaho's C.N.A skills test.  

Walk Away With

Students who take this course will get a review of instruction taught in the CNA program to help prepare them to take the State of Idaho C.N.A Skills Testing.

Who Should Attend?

This course is for anyone who has

  • Completed a CNA program
  • Acquired a waiver to test for C.N.A certification from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Instructor Bio

Sue Jones
Sue Jones has been a professional nurse for 44 years here in the Magic Valley. During her career, she has worked for Twin Falls Clinic and Hospital, Idaho Home Health & Hospice, St. Alphonsus, and now the College of Southern Idaho. She finds great satisfaction in teaching the CNA course at both the Twin Falls and Burley campuses. Sue demonstrates her passion for students as an adviser for the HOSA Future Health Professionals (CSI chapter) and currently serves as the treasurer for the Idaho state board of HOSA. Sue and her husband raised their four sons in Twin Falls and now are enjoying their 10 grandchildren.

Description

Students will review required skills introduced in the CNA program. This course has an online component and an in-person lab component. In the online portion, students will review course instruction. After completing the online component, students will attend, one 4-hour lab session. During the lab session, students will work with a R.N. instructor to practice and demonstrate the CNA skills required for the State of Idaho's C.N.A skills test.  

Walk Away With

Students who take this course will get a review of instruction taught in the CNA program to help prepare them to take the State of Idaho C.N.A Skills Testing.

Who Should Attend?

This course is for anyone who has

  • Completed a CNA program
  • Acquired a waiver to test for C.N.A certification from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Instructor Bio

Sue Jones
Sue Jones has been a professional nurse for 44 years here in the Magic Valley. During her career, she has worked for Twin Falls Clinic and Hospital, Idaho Home Health & Hospice, St. Alphonsus, and now the College of Southern Idaho. She finds great satisfaction in teaching the CNA course at both the Twin Falls and Burley campuses. Sue demonstrates her passion for students as an adviser for the HOSA Future Health Professionals (CSI chapter) and currently serves as the treasurer for the Idaho state board of HOSA. Sue and her husband raised their four sons in Twin Falls and now are enjoying their 10 grandchildren.