Restorative Nurse Assistant Certificate Program
The SBCC Noncredit Restorative Nurse Assistant Training Program consists of two courses offered over three months each Fall and Spring semester. Students will also attend 2 8-hour clinical observation experiences.
The Program prepares licensed CNA’s (Certified Nurse Assistants) to assist patients/residents in:
- maintaining or promoting independence in the areas of mobility, range of motion
- the performance of activities related to daily living
Students will also:
- review the aging effects on the five senses
- learn restorative techniques for the therapeutic use of heat and cold, positioning and exercise, and management for cognitive deficit
Successful completion of both program courses will grant students a School of Extended Learning Certificate of Completion.
Admission procedure: This Program is open to currently licensed CNAs. Interested students should bring their current CNA license to the first class.
Cost: The Restorative Nurse Assistant Training Program is tuition-free.
For more information, contact
Martha Lizalde, Student Program Advisor