Here at KCN we offer CNA, CMA, CNA Refresher, CMA Update, and CPR Classes.
Our class sessions are comfortable and flexible with one-on-one help from our instructors.
At KCN we have a great, on campus lab where students can learn real life skills that you will use every day.
KCN Testing Centers, KCN now offers CNA and CMA State Testing, GED, as well at IT Testing.
In keeping with our mission of "Training health care professionals for the future", Kansas College Of Nursing maintains an open admissions policy. Any person is eligible to enroll at Kansas College Of Nursing who has graduated from an accredited high school, successfully passed the GED examination, or met Ability to Benefit testing standards, approved by the U.S. Department of Education. All students will undergo placement testing. As an equal opportunity institution, Kansas College of Nursing accepts applicants without regard to race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, physical disability, or veteran status.
Certified Medication Aide. Classroom and clinical experiences will provide you with the skills necessary to administer oral and topical medication in a safe and accurate manner in an adult care home in Kansas. Upon successful completion of the course with a passing grade, you are eligible to take the Kansas Nursing Medication Aide test. Prerequisites for Certified Medication Aide (75 clock hours)
Certified Nurse Aide. This course follows the guidelines of the Kansas State Department of Health and Environment, which following up with taking the Kansas State Certified Nurse Aide examination, which we make sure you are prepared for by that date. The Nurse Aide gives simple, basic nursing care to patients Prerequisites for Certified Nurse Aide (96 clock hours)
Certified Medication. This course is designed to provide the continuing education required for the Certified Medication Aide (CMA) to maintain certification. i› Describe any changes that occur in the role and responsibilities of a Certified Medication Aide. › Determine appropriate techniques in caring for supplies and medications. › Describe the proper administration of all types of medications. › More..
Certified Nurse Aide Update. This course is designed for Kansas CNA's who have not met the requirements that they have been employed to perform nursing tasks in the past 24 consecutive months. This course consists of five hours didactic training and five hours laboratory/clinical. The following topics are all covered in the didactic portion of the course: Whats in the Course:..