SCL Health is offering a new skilled workers program, called Success Through Apprenticeship Readiness (STAR) program. STARâ??s registered apprenticeship is an innovative training program that combines on-the-job training with related theoretical and practical classroom instruction. This is work-based learning model is commonly known as â??earn-and-learn.â?? The on-the-job learning is conducted at a SCL Health Care Site and the hands on training results in an industry-recognized credential.
C.N.A apprenticeship is a competency-based program, apprenticesâ?? progress at their own pace as they demonstrate competency in skills and knowledge through proficiency tests. Further, must master and meet the requirements for each level before progressing in wage and skill level. The apprentice is not required to complete a specific number of hours; can be completed within a year.
Care Site Description
Lutheran Medical Center is part of SCL Health, a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization.
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SCL Health is offering a new skilled workers program, called Success Through Apprenticeship Readiness (STAR) program.STARâ??s registered apprenticeship is an innovative training program that combines on-the-job training with related theoretical and practical classroom instruction.This is work-based learning model is commonly known as â??earn-and-learn.â??The on-the-job learning is conducted at a SCL Health Care Site and the hands on training results in an industry-recognized credential.
The Certified Nursing Assistant works under the direction of licensed Nursing personnel to provide quality patient care in accordance with applicable regulations.
Participate in patient care assessments and assist in development of patient treatment plans.
Provide direct patient care in accordance with treatment plans, as directed by the Nursing Supervisor/Nurse Manager.
Demonstrate understanding of and utilize proper infection control policies/practices.
Accompany patients, as needed, to various activities and functions.
Complete required documentation accurately and in a timely manner.
Maintain a clean, safe and secure environment for patients.
Act in compliance with all corporate, State, Federal and other regulatory standards.
Attend meetings and in-service sessions, as directed.
Access continuing education opportunities as appropriate to discipline in order to maintain clinical currency.
Adhere to facility policies and procedures and participates in facility quality improvement and safety programs.
Perform other duties, as assigned.
The information above is for summary purposes, and is not intended to be a comprehensive list of essential functions.
High School diploma or equivalent, required
Completion of an approved course of Certified Nursing Assistant study, required
Valid certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant in the State of practice, required
Possess a current Basic Life Support Certification, required
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, required
One (1) year of experience in a setting serving the same age/type of patient population served by this facility or department, preferred
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization that operates eight hospitals, four safety net clinics, one children’s mental health center and more than 190 ambulatory service centers in three states – Colorado, Kansas and Montana. The health system includes 15,000 full-time associates and more than 500 employed providers.