Thank you for your interest in earning the Nurse Aide Certification! Please take a moment to view the description and course requirements below.
A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) performs any of the following duties:
- Care of residents/clients in a senior care community, medical facilities, or home environment under direction of nursing and medical staff.
- Responds to signal lights, call system or uses available technology to determine resident/client needs.
- Assist with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) as indicated by plan of care utilizing adaptive equipment as indicated.
- Maintain respect and dignity in all aspects of care. Interacts with residents/clients and their families friends and visitors.
- Answers the telephone and directs visitors and families, as needed.
- Takes and records vital signs and food and fluid intake and output as directed.
The apprentice will attain a basic level of mastery across all competency areas before receiving certification. Basic mastery will be represented by the apprentices being able to articulate their learning with each competency area and demonstrate that they have successfully integrated all competencies in their work. The order in which apprentices learn will be determined by the flow of work on the job and will not necessarily be in the order listed.
Education Requirement: Competency Based Training 150 Minimum Hours (including education and on-the-job training)
Prerequisite: In current Trilogy role for at least 30 days.
This certification is provided by Trilogy’s third party education partners. Each partner may have a different enrollment process. Each state has a different certification standard which an education partner based in that state will observe.