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NUR 103 - Nursing Assistant

Covers basic nursing assistant level one care and effective communication skills for clients in acute and long-term care facilities. Issues of confidentiality, client rights and role of the nursing assistant are discussed. Students are eligible to sit for the Oregon State Board of Nursing-sanctioned certified nursing assistant level one examination upon satisfactory performance of course outcomes and assessments; and completion of the minimum 155 mandatory student contact hours: 80 hours of lecture/lab and 75 hours of clinical experience. Clinical experiences take place in acute and long-term care facilities. To enroll in the course, students must hold a current American Heart Association, BLS Provider CPR card, pass a criminal history check, pass a urine drug screen and meet immunization and TB test requirements.

Course Preparation 
Professional clothing to be worn in class and at clinical. Mandatory uniform is a scrub top in dark purple and black scrub pants. Close toed and closed heel shoes (eg clogs or tennis shoes). During clinical, hair color should be a natural color and shade; tatoos and piercings should be covered during clinical. Bring book to class if face-to-face course. Students can register if they will be 18 prior to the start of clincals. Contact the Nursing Department for specific details.

Mandatory Pre-registration Packet: NUR 103 (pdf)

NUR 104 - CNA Level 2

Provides an Oregon State Board of Nursing-approved standardized curriculum and competency evaluation for the designation of Certified Nursing Assistant Level 2. This course focuses on technical skills, interpersonal skills and communication, safety, infection control, and documentation with the outcome of demonstrated proficiency in knowledge, skills and abilities in these areas. The course has a clinical component scheduled with a clinical partner. Requires that students hold a current, unencumbered Oregon CNA 1 certificate (verified prior to registration) as well as hold a current American Heart Association BLS Provider CPR card, pass a criminal history check, and meet immunization and TB test requirements. Students can register if they will be 18 prior to the start of clincals. Contact the Nursing Department for specific details.

Course Preparation
Professional clothing to be worn in class and at clinical. Mandatory uniform is scrub top and bottoms of your choice but must be in good good condition and without inappropriate content. Close toed and closed heel shoes (eg clogs or tennis shoes). During clinical, hair color should be a natural color and shade; tatoos and piercings should be covered during clinical. Bring book to class if in a face-to-face course.

Mandatory Pre-registration Packet: NUR 104 (pdf)