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1 Covenant Academy 1133 West Long Lake Road Bloomfield Hills, MI / Certified Nursing Assistant Course Syllabus Welcome to Covenant Academy Nursing Assistant Program. This is your syllabus; so keep it handy and refer to these guidelines for the class frequently. A syllabus gives you specific information about the course. This detailed schedule will help you plan ahead for a successful completion of the classroom and clinical portions of the class, allow you to know in advance what is expected of you, provide you with contact information and an understanding of the policies. This syllabus is in addition to the Schools Catalog (which is available for review at the registrar office). Please make sure you read the syllabus and catalog carefully. The first day of class the catalog will be available for review. We look forward to having a fun and very successful 2 or 3 weeks with each of you. A little more persistence, a little more effort, and what seemed hopeless failure may turn to glorious success. Elbert Hubbard

2 PROGRAM STRUCTURE Program length 75 hours Lab: 16 Theory: 34.5 Clinical: 24.5 Instructors Barbara Dawson, RN / Program Coordinator Pattie Reeves, RN Administrator Faye Flowers RN - Instructor Kristy Mumm, RN - Instructor Edith Boyer, RN - Clinical Instructor Textbooks and Materials: Text: Nursing Asstant Basic: Harman Tuition / Reimbursement Tuition: $695 A $ deposit* is required to hold a space in a particular session with the balance due the first day of class. All outstanding fees must be paid in order to receive a Certificate of Completion. All tuition less the $25 app fees shall be refunded if requested in writing within three business days after signing contract / application. After 1st day of class and you stop attending, all monies paid are refundable less the $25 registration fee. After 2 nd day, refund 50% of all monies paid less the registration fee of $25. After 3 rd day no show/drop all monies paid are non-refundable; you are considered taking a seat. All refunds will be returned within 30 days with school check. The deposit will be accepted upon receipt of a cleared criminal background check, negative PPD skin test or negative Chest X-ray. All Fees paid to receive Certificate of Completion. All Fees must be paid prior to Clinical. *NO CREDIT GIVEN FOR PREVIOUS EDUCATION OR TRAINING. 2

3 Program Objectives Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to: 1. Understand the role and organization of health care facilities and Interdisciplinary health care items. 2. Form a relationship, communicate and interact competently on a one to- one basis with the residents 3. Understand theoretical knowledge necessary in providing basic health care services. 4. Demonstrate the ability to perform clinical skills essential in providing basic health care services. 5. Assist residents in attaining and maintain functional independence 6. Demonstrate professional & personal qualities and characteristics of a Nursing Assistant. 7. Demonstrate observational and documentation skills needed in the assessment of resident s health, physical condition and well-being. Course Schedule and Location: The dates for clinical rotation will start tentatively at the second week of class. It is mandatory you have taken CPR training prior to clinical. Student s schedules during clinical rotation may change. It is strongly suggested that Clinical days be a priority and should not be missed so be sure to make secure prior arrangements for babysitting and transportation well in advance. Excuses for no babysitter or no transportation will not be accepted. Classes are located in Metro Detroit Suburb -Bloomfield Hills at intersection of Long Lake and Telegraph. Class is walking distance to Bus line and Restaurants with ample lighted parking.. Description: This course prepares students to take the state competency examination for the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Certification. Students will learn anatomy, physiology, medical/surgical asepsis, vital signs, emergency and safety procedures, patient care, and observation and communication skills, with emphasis on caring for geriatric patients in an extended-care facility. Basic knowledge and skills must be acquired and demonstrated in the classroom (16 hours required) laboratory before the student is allowed to progress to the clinical setting. GROOMING AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE UNIFORM: A clean, pressed uniform is worn for each clinical experience. WHITE SCRUBS 2. Personal hygiene is expected at all times, including no offensive body and/or breath odors. SHOES AND HOSIERY: Neutral color hosiery and white nurse s shoes or all white athletic shoes as approved by the clinical site. Shoes worn in clinical area should be used only in the clinical setting and not for outside use. It is essential that hosiery, shoes and shoe laces be clean and in good repair. Backless shoes are not acceptable. Only all-white socks and no print undergarments are to be worn under scrub pants. HAIR: Hair must be clean, neatly arranged and away from the face and neck. Hair below shoulder length must be pinned or tied back securely and off the collar. Hair ribbons or ornate barrettes are not allowed. Males must be clean shaven or have neatly trimmed mustaches or beards. NAILS AND NAIL POLISH: Since long nails are a hazard and may cause physical discomfort to the patient and tend to harbor bacteria, nails should be kept no longer than tips of fingers. No nail polish is allowed. Sculptured and or tipped nails are not allowed. JEWELRY AND UNIFORM ACCESSORIES: The wedding and/or engagement ring may be worn 3

4 when in uniform. Any other type of jewelry is inappropriate with the uniform except one pair of post earrings, which are to be worn only in the earlobe. Perfumes and colognes are not to be used when in the clinical setting. Tattoos/body art not covered by the uniform are to be covered with make-up. A watch with second hand, name pin, stethoscope, pen with black ink, pencil and small notebook are considered essential accessories to the uniform when in the clinical site. Students not in proper attire as stated in the dress code policy will not be allowed to participate in those days clinical activities and will receive a clinical absence. LEARNER OUTCOMES: Nursing assistant education and medical programs strive to prepare individuals with skills necessary for safe and competent practice and the skills necessary for certification as specified by Department of Public Health in Michigan for nursing assistant students. Upon completion of this course, the student will: 1. Demonstrate personal skills that promote success and growth in the workplace. 2. Demonstrate career planning that leads to postsecondary education and/or employment. 3. Demonstrate appropriate application of academic skills and concepts necessary for entry into postsecondary education and/or employment. 4. Demonstrate problem solving strategies and critical thinking skills. 5. Demonstrate the use of appropriate technology used in the 21 st Century. Module Objectives: Learner Outcomes- The student will be able to: 1. Define the role and responsibility of a nursing assistant in an acute care facility. 2. Explain the scope of practice for the nurse assistant in an acute care environment, including liability, ethics, professionalism, and confidentiality. 3. Discuss the importance of using appropriate communication skills, diversity awareness, and sensitivity in the workplace. 4. Demonstrate proper hand-washing, use of personal protective equipment/devices and Universal/Standard Precautions used in the prevention and spread of disease. 5. Discuss the role and responsibility of the nurse assistant in relation to patient safety. 6. Review proper body mechanics in order to prevent injury to the patient and nurse assistant. 7. Discuss the nursing assistant responsibilities in providing care of the acutely ill patient, including preparation for diagnostic test, bathing, and moving a patient with tubes and/or electrodes in place. 8. Demonstrate basic pre-operative patient care, and basic post operative care. 9. Discuss the body s need for food and fluids and the special nutritional needs of the elderly. 10. Demonstrate proper charting techniques and reporting responsibilities of a nursing assistant to include a flow sheet and basic narrative chart. 11. Discuss the approaches used to meet common emotional and spiritual needs of the terminally ill resident and his or her family. 12. Demonstrate knowledge of job skills and the ability to retain employment. 4

5 A minimum grade of 75% is required on all written and oral quizzes and tests. The nursing assistant curriculum is a competency based curriculum which allows for variation in completion time because of differences in individual learners. However, all requirements must be completed by the end of the scheduled date of the course. Students who miss a scheduled exam must make up the exam the following class day and will receive a 5% decrease in total score possible. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: The method of instruction will be as follows: The curriculum is divided into 16 modules and 49 task/skills which include objectives, vocabulary and suggested content. Instruction will be through Video, Lecture, and Simulation Lab with Demonstrations, Handouts and Clinical Site. Each module is noted below: Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 Module 6 Module 7 Module 8 Module 9 Module 10 Module 11 Module 12 Module 13 Module 14 Module 15 Module 16 Introduction Patient s Rights Communication/Interpersonal skills Safe Environment Body Mechanics Med/Surg. Asepsis Weights and Measurements Resident Care Skills Resident Care Procedures Vital Signs Nutrition Emergency Procedures Long-term Care of Resident Rehabilitation and Nursing Observation and Charting Death and Dying Grading Policy and Criteria: A. Manual Skills Demonstration 1. The student must achieve 100% demonstrating the 49 skills listed on the Clinical Competency Check List. Some skills will not be available for students to perform in the clinical setting and therefore will be demonstrated in the laboratory (i.e. Heimlich maneuver or abdominal thrust). 2. The student will demonstrate performance in a professional manner, using appropriate communication and respect for patient s rights. B. Written Examination 1. The student must achieve a minimum of 75% on the quizzes and written final examination. Instructor goal is to assist students become successful and therefore at the discretion of the instructor student may be able to retake an exam. If an exam /quiz are missed it is at the discretion of the instructor for a make-up or writes a paper on a health topic. 2. If the student has demonstrated great difficulty with written examinations, arrangements can be made to take the exam orally. It is the student s responsibility to request the oral exam rather than the written exam prior to the time of testing. 5

6 minutes are allowed for the final examination. The exam is multiple choice questions. The following grading scale is used on all graded work or assignments: Please note that a C (75%) is a passing grade in this class % = A 75 % = C % = A % = C % = B % = D % = B % = D % = B % = D % = C+ Below 59 = F Students should practice all skills and will need to practice skills before going into the clinical setting. The instructor will demonstrate the skills; students will practice and get the OK from the instructor to proceed with the skill in the clinical setting. Students are encouraged to practice and practice, so that 100% accuracy is achieved. The final written exam will be given on the last Thursday of class. Home work will include workbook assignments, chapter reading assignments, and end of the chapter reviews and class room assignments. The following percentages will be used for grading: 1. Quizzes (16) - 20% of final grade: Must achieve a minimum of 75% on each quiz. 2. Final written exam - 10% of final grade: Must achieve a minimum of 75% on final. 3. Projects- 20% of grade. 4. Assigned homework - 10% 5. Clinical 15% students must maintain a satisfactory on each skill. 6. Participation grades- 25% of final grade. 7. If student is absent from theory, students will need to make up the theory hours. Only one absence is allowed. Attendance Policy - Absenteeism - Clinical Expectations All attendance and clinical expectations are outlined in the Student Catalog. Students will need to call and leave a message on the message center if they are going to be absent or late. Calling a classmate is not acceptable. Students who miss one day of theory time may be referred to make up hours including writing a paper on a health care topic. Tardiness/Early departure: Students who arrive for class 30 minutes after the scheduled start time will receive an absence. Students who depart from class before the scheduled completion time will receive an early departure on their attendance sign-in sheet. Excessive tardiness/and or early departures can lead to dismissal from the program. Cell Phone: To ensure a positive learning environment, all cell phones must be turned off while in the classroom and during clinical training. Cell phone usage is NOT permitted in the classroom or clinical area. This includes, but not limited to, talking on the phone, checking messages and text messaging. Please be respectful of the instructor, if you must in an emergency use the phone in class, please excuse yourself from class. Students are not permitted under any circumstance to utilize their phone in the clinical setting. Students may be asked to leave the clinical site and up to dismissal from program if found using the phone in the clinical setting. My advice; leave cell phones in car to avoid temptation of 6

7 use. Please respect your patients and staff. If a student brings a cell phone to class on exam day and the student is found to have the cell phone, the cell phone rings or the cell phone vibrates, the student will receive a zero for that exam. This will hold true if the cell phone vibrates or rings and it is in the student s backpack in the classroom. Disability Statement: Covenant Academy supports providing equal access for students with disabilities. Please contact the Administrator at your earliest convenience to request timely and appropriate accommodations. Scholastic Dishonesty: It is the aim of the Instructors of CA to foster a spirit of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of any student to present work as his/her own that he/she has not honestly performed is regarded by the faculty and the administration as a very serious offense and renders the offender liable to several consequences and possible suspension. Cheating: CA prohibits dishonesty of any kind on examinations or written assignments. These include unauthorized possession of examination questions, the use of unauthorized notes during an examination, obtaining information during an examination from another student, assisting others to cheat, altering grade records, inventing, changing or falsifying lab and skills check form or entering any campus office without permission. Violations will subject the students to disciplinary action. Plagiarism: CA prohibits offering the work of another as one s own without proper acknowledgment. Any student who fails to give credit for quotations or essentially identical material taken from books, magazines, encyclopedias, or other reference works, or from the themes, reports or other writings of a fellow student has committed plagiarism. Unacceptable Behavior: Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner reflecting the ideals, values, and educational goals of the CA-Nurse Assistant program at all times. If students are deemed as presenting any unacceptable behavior students will be dismissed from the class as well as disciplinary action. Failure and Probation: Probation: Failure to acquire a 100% in Lab practicum will place you on probation. You will have an opportunity to practice independently and if you successfully pass 100% you can take your clinical rotation. (There is a fee for this independent practice and re-test) Failure to have a CPR card first week of class will place you on probation and you will not be able to go to clinical until it is acquired. Failure: Missing (1) clinical day, not receiving a passing grade of 75% and above in theory or missing (2) theory /lab days. If you FAIL- you will have to repeat entire course and there is a re-entrance fee. Please see Administrator. THE INSTRUCTOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REVISE, ALTER AND/OR AMEND THIS SYLLABUS, AS NECESSARY. 7

8 Please return this page to instructor for your files. Student: Syllabus Agreement By signing the syllabus agreement, student understands that all information is understood and that all rules and regulations must be followed in order to continue in the program through Covenant Academy. Signature of student: Date: 8

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