Class

Course

hours

Tuition

Fees

Total

Textbook

Curriculum/

Quiz Book

CNA

90

$730.00

$60.00

$790.00

$35.00*

$30.00*

CNA Hybrid 90 $730.00 $60.00 $790.00 $35.00* $30.00*

CMA

75

$740.00

$60.00

$800.00

$50.00*

Rental ONLY

$30.00*

CNA Refresher

 10

 $120.00

$60.00

 $180.00

$0.00

 $0.00

CMA Update

10

 $90.00

 $60.00

$150.00

$0.00

$0.00

*Note: Books and supplies are NOT included in the Tuition fees.*

 **Note: ALL Fees are to be completed before Final Exam for each class.**


 

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Lenexa, KS 66216
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Office Hours:

Monday through Friday:
7:30am- 4:30pm

Class Schedule

Kansas College of Nursing will hold classes during day, evening, and weekends.  All CNA weekday classes will last 5 weeks, while the CNA  Evening, Weekend, and CMA classes will last 6 weeks.  CMA Update and CNA Refresher courses are limited to 10 hours.

Method of Payment

Acceptable forms of Payment are Debit/Credit Card, Money Order, or Cashier's Check

Kansas College of Nursing does NOT accept Cash or Personal Checks!

Initial down payment of $400.00 is due upon day of enrollment (CNA/CMA)
Any remaining balance due is required prior to final exam of the program (CNA/CMA)

TB Skin Test or Chest X-Ray

A copy of a TB test or Chest X-Ray results (to rule out TB) must be verified within the 1st two weeks (prior to clinical). TB Test must have been done within the last year.  These regulations are enforced to assure that Kansas College of Nursing Training Program is in compliance with the class sponsor.

 

 Certified Nurses Aide

  •     Goverment Issued ID
  •     Socal Security Card
  •     Negative TB skin test within 12 months or chest x-ray within 5 years

Certified Medication Aide

  •    Kansas Certified Nurse Aide Certificate
  •    Required Course Book: Administering Medications by Donna Gauwitz, 8th edition
  •    Work Keys Test (score of 4 or Above)
  •    Goverment Issued ID
  •    Social Security Card
  •    CNA License
  •    Negative TB skin test within 6 months or chest x-ray within 5 years

CNA Refresher

  •     Goverment Issued ID
  •     Social Security Card
  •     Kansas Certified Nurses Aide License

CMA Update

  •     Goverment Issued ID
  •     Social Security Card
  •     Kansas Certified Medication Aide Certificate

Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

As a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), you will be able to provide patient care, such as taking vital signs, assisting with activities of daily living, as well as measuring intake and output, assisting with nourishment consumption, dressing and undressing, personal hygiene, also meal preparation. After the training is completed, the students will be eligible to take the Kansas State Exam, to become Kansas certified as a CNA.  After receiving the CNA certificate from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), the care and knowledge retained from our course can be put towards a variety of facilities. CNA’s are eligible to find employment at nursing home facilities, doctor's office, clinics, acute care hospitals. The CNA certificate is also a prerequisite for a wide range of other health care certificates/licenses. With the completion of the CNA course you are in the right direction to move on to an additional certificate/license.

Certified Medication Aide (CMA)

Before becoming a CMA you must complete and become a Kansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) program. While in training the CMA student will administer medication under the supervision of instructor who is a Registered Nurse. The student will administer medication at a long term care facility. After the successful completion of the CMA course, the student will be eligible to take the Kansas State Exam, to become certified as a CMA. After receiving the CMA certificate from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), the knowledge retained from our course can be put towards a variety of facilities. After becoming a CMA you will be able to administer multiple kinds of medications. Such as topical medications, orally administered medications, as well as instill eye and ear drops to the patients.

CNA Refresher

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:

  • The nurse aide responsibility in the health care delivery
  • Communication
  • Resident's rights (including preventing and reporting ANE)
  • Safety (including Heimlich Maneuver)
  • Infection control (including Hand Washing)
  • Bed making
  • Personal care skills (including feeding, bathing, dressing, elimination needs and skin care)
  • Transfers, positioning and turning
  • Measurements and recording of vital signs

CMA Update

This course is designed to provide the continuing education required for the Certified Medication Aide (CMA) to maintain certification.

  • 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.
  • Identify new medications and effects of these medications on body systems.

 

 

 

 

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7721 Quivira Rd.

Lenexa KS 66216

Phone: 913.248.2838
Alt Phone: 316.516.3359

Fax: 913.248.2808

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