CNA 2-Acute Care Training
The CNA 2 Acute Care Training course curriculum approved by the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN) provides 40 hours of classroom and skills lab instruction and 24 hours of clinical practicum (64 hours total).
This training allows students to obtain employment in many areas of the medical field; such as Assisted Living Facilities, Intermediate Care Facilities, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Hospitals.
Classroom instruction consists of lecture, group activities, class discussions, and quizzes. The skills lab provides an opportunity for students to learn, practice, and demonstrate CNA 2 Acute Care Skills. The clinical practicum is held at Providence Medford Medical Center.
Students are required to attend a 2-hour required orientation session beyond the 64 hours. Dates and times are listed under training. Students who are not registered for a class can still attend an orientation to gather more information about the program, get any questions answered, or prepare for an upcoming term.
Completion of Course
At the end of the training course, students will receive a recognition award and RCC will submit the necessary paperwork to the OSBN for CNA 2 certification. Once processed by the OSBN, the student's CNA 2 certification will appear on the OSBN online license verification system. The process, from graduation to online verification, takes approximately 3-4 weeks.
Prior to clinical, students will need to submit the following information. Each is discussed in further detail in the Application/Brochure.
- CNA1 certificate that can be found on the Oregon State Board of Nursing web site
- Immunization records (refer to Application/Brochure for details)
- Pass a criminal background check
- Pass a urine drug screen
- May 13-June 2
- July 8-28
- August 5-25
- September 30-October 20
- November 4-24
- December 2-18
The CNA2 Acute Care Training application must be submitted no later than one week prior to the first day of class. Students will be notified by phone and e-mail upon acceptance into the program.
The application process includes a Non-refundable Application Fee of $135.00.
Fees, Tuition, and other Program Costs
|Non-refundable application fee (includes background check & urine drug screen)||$135|
|Tuition: Which includes both a study module and a skills module||$1050|
|Approved CPR course for healthcare providers||$55-$85|
|Classroom supplies: Recommended 1 1/2“ 3-ring binder, ink pen, notebook paper||$10|
|Required Clinical tools and attire:|
|Stethoscope: (make sure you can hear)||$18.50-$405|
|Watch that measures seconds||$10-$50|
|Scrubs: Royal Blue||$20-$40|
|Shoes required: solid white or black with leather uppers and rubber soles||$30-$150|
For further information contact Christine Morris, Navigation Coach, CMorris@roguecc.edu