Our STNA Training Program in Cleveland
Train with the #1 STNA training program In Ohio and get on track toward a great nursing career with 75 hours of comprehensive training In 2 or 4 short weeks!!!
"Phoenix is a great school. I learned so much in the short period of time. The instructors were very compassionate, fair and honest. I received daily feedback on my progress and with continued support and encouragement I passed the state exam. I was nervous, but I was definitely prepared."
~Crystal Zody, STNA April 2012
About the STNA Program
We are pleased that you have chosen Phoenix Healthcare Institute as the place to pursue your educational and career goals. The STNA Program is a two or four week State Tested Nurse Aide Training Program, approved by the State of Ohio, Department of Health, for persons interested in working as a nurse’s assistant. Upon successful completion of the course, trainees will be prepared and eligible to take the State of Ohio State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) licensure exam. Graduates of the Phoenix STNA program are eligible to work at local hospitals, long term care facilities, clinics and private physician’s offices. After satisfying the course requirements, students are awarded a certificate of completion. Classes are held in Parma Heights and Euclid, near Cleveland, Ohio.
STNA Training Program Outline
75 hour Comprehensive course, 55 classroom hours, 16 clinical hours in a long term care facility, Optional CPR Certification, First Aid Certification, Blood-borne Pathogens Certificate, Unlimited reviews, State Exam on site, Dress for Success class & Resume prep. Program overview:
• Communication and interpersonal skills
• Infection control
• Safety and emergency procedures
• Promoting residents' independence
• Respecting residents' right
• Basic nursing skills
• Personal care skills
• Mental health and Social Service needs
• Basic restorative services
• Resident rights
Phoenix Healthcare Institute Placement Service
Placement options include work within long-term care facilities, home health agencies and hospitals. STNAs are in extremely high demand as the National shortage of paraprofessionals in the health care industry increases.