CenterPointe Learning Institute is committed to providing leadership in education in nursing throughout the multicultural communities. Our approach to teaching and learning is based on our respect for learners. We see teaching and learning as a relationship based on partnerships where students’ experiences are valued. The critical philosophy in our curriculum prepares nurses at the vocational level to respond to and/or influence changes in the healthcare system. Throughout our programs, we focus on the training and experiences of students as central to all area of nursing practices, including skilled nursing facilities, acute care facilities and outpatient settings, to become competent and efficient healthcare providers.
CenterPointe Learning Institute is an approved institution by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education School Code 27053618, and the California Department of Public Health.
Nursing Assistant Training Program
CenterPointe Learning Institute’s Nursing Assistant Training program is developed to train men and women become competent, safe, and efficient health care providers. It was developed and created to meet the growing need for better trained Nursing Assistants in all areas of health care, including long term care, skilled nursing homes, hospitals, and out-patient settings. Our program is designed to meet this specific need. The faculty and staff are committed to help students gain knowledge and develop skills that will prepare them for employment in the health care industry and to satisfy the demands of the communities.
Provide entry-level skills for employment as a CNA.
Prepare the student to provide safe, competent, and culturally-congruent nursing care.
Instill in the student qualities such as punctuality, teamwork, dedication, compassion, confidence, ease of communication which are extremely valued by the prospective employers and who will function within the roles and responsibilities as required by the law.
Assist the student fulfill his/her physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs.
Prepare the student to take and pass the program competency evaluation that is required test for state certification administered by the American Red Cross.
Assist the student in applying for the Competency Evaluation Program that is given by the American Red Cross on site (minimum of more than ten students) or at any American Red Cross Testing Center in order to practice as a Certified Nursing Assistant in the State of California.
CNA Acute Care Training Program
CNA Acute Care Training is a course aimed at training Certified Nursing Assistants to assist with the care of patients in an acute care facility under the supervision of a licensed nurse.
The training consists of 80 training hours: 40 hours of clinical training and 40 hours of classroom instruction. Upon successfully completing all the requirements of the course, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Home Health Aide Training Program (40 hours for CNA)
Home Health Aide is a 40 hours training course consisting of 20 hours theory and 20 hours clinical experience.
Home Health Aide Training Program (120 hours)
The purpose of this training is to acquaint the student with the practice of Home Health Care.
Topics to be covered includes:
1) Federal and State regulations governing Home Health Aides
2) Home Health care and roles of member of Health Health Care team
3) Role and Responsibility of Home Health Aides
4) Communicating with client, families, team members and community agencies.
CNA CEU (Continuing Education)
The Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers.
Classroom Course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.