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Certified Nursing Assistant CNA ($550.00)

Certified Nursing Assistant offers you the chance to know how to bath, feed, dress patients, observe any physical and/or mental change.

Telemetry Technician ($495.00)

Enroll for this course and you stand the chance to work in any healthcare facility with doctors and technologists.

Phlebotomy Technician ($650.00)

As a Phlebotomy Technician you can work in a variety of settings including outpatient laboratories and hospitals.

Patient Care Technician PCT ($1,600)

As a Patient Care Technician, you can work in a variety of settings including hospitals, doctor's offices and emergencies care centers.

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Serenity Health Training Institute offers a 2 week CNA program in the mornings and afternoons. The training you receive includes, but is not limited to, bathing, feeding, dressing patients, observing physical and/or mental changes and vitals. There is a total combination of 22 skills that are taught by lecture, hands on training, and videos. Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to take the nurse aide exam to become certified by the State of Michigan. The CNA program is also offered on the weekends to provide a more flexible schedule to working students.

Program Objective

This program is designed to teach students hands-on care to residents of a long-term care facility as well as private residence. The student is trained in how to meet the needs of the resident's physical and psychosocial needs, and to provide a safe environment for the resident while fulfilling responsibilities to the employer. It further prepares the student to pass the state certification test for Nursing Assistant.

Overview

The mission of the program is to develop skillful, critical thinking and caring nursing assistants who will function within the roles and responsibilities as required by the State of Michigan. Serenity Health Training Institute’s Nursing Assistant program is designed to prepare qualified individuals to become safe and effective Nursing Assistants. Graduates of the program are prepared to take the program competency evaluation, the required test for state certification.

Whether desiring to meet state licensure requirements and practice as a nursing assistant, or continue on with more advanced nursing education, Serenity Health Training Institute prepares students through classroom instruction, assisted tutoring, hands-on lab practice, and clinical experience. Upon successful completion of the program and passing the state certification exam, graduates earn the formal designation of CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant).

Program Description

Serenity Health Training Institute’s Nursing Assistant training program is designed as a pre-nursing course and prepares the student for entry- level positions on the nursing career ladder. Instruction is presented in the basic sciences as it relates to the human body and health.

Coordination of theory and skill proficiency is utilized during the student's clinical experience while caring for a variety of patients. Graduates of the Nursing Assistant training course qualify to take the Michigan Board of Nursing test for Certified Nursing Assistants.

Total Hours: 75 hours

Duration/Schedule of classes:
1. Day Classes (2 weeks) Mon – Thur, 8:00a.m. – 5.30 p.m.
(16 Clinical hours offered).
2. Evening Classes (3 weeks) Mon – Thur, 5.30pm - 11.15p.m.
(16 Clinical hours offered).
3. Weekend Classes (6 weeks) Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
(16 Clinical hours offered)
* All classes include 2 days of clinical at Henry Ford Village.

Curriculum includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • Taking and recording temperature, blood pressure
  • Patient assistance skills - feeding, dressing and bathing
  • Measuring food and liquid intake and output
  • Patient care skills
  • Medical terminology
  • Related anatomy and physiology
  • Safety and body mechanics
  • Patient Abuse Prevention
  • Patient Rights Advocacy
  • Communication Skills

Upon successful completion of the Nursing Assistant program and passing the State of Michigan exam, candidates receive the designation of Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).

Program Cost covers:

  • ID Card
  • Textbook
  • School Patch
  • Professional liability Insurance
  • Tutoring
  • Job Placement Assistance

Limited Seats Available
Tuition $450
Non refundable $40
Admin fees $40
Skills Lab fee $20
Total fees - $550

Sign Up Online or Come In-Person (by appointment only). We will contact within 72-hours
You will be given a start date after the following has been received:
1. Completed online application OR in person application (by appointment only)
2. Turn in state-wide background check
3. drug screening result
4. Negative TB screening
5. Paid the $250 enrolment fee which will include the $40 non refundable application fee.

Please note the following exclusion:
1 Prometric Certification examination fees are not included in tuition.
2 Michigan State Police fees are not included in tuition.
3 Uniforms and TB screening are not included in tuition.

Please note that a favorable state-wide background investigation report from the MI State Police Department and a national sex offender registry check is required. As per policy: School must determine that the nurse aide trainee has not been convicted or found guilty by a court of law of: a. abusing, neglecting or mistreating the elderly or infirm; or b. misappropriating a resident's property; or 2. has not had a finding of abuse, neglect, mistreatment or misappropriation of a resident's property placed on the Nurse Aide Registry or the Direct Service Worker Registry.

The Certified Nursing Assistant Program is approved by the Michigan Bureau of Community and Health Systems. The program is 40 hours of classroom instruction, 20 hours of skills lab and 16 hours of clinical training in a long term facility caring for actual residents.
In an effort to standardize the certification and reciprocity processes of the Michigan Nurse Aide Registry, the Michigan Bureau of Community and Health Systems has regulatory oversight of the Michigan Nurse Aide Registry and has partnered with Prometric to deliver Nurse Aide Competency Evaluations (examinations). Serenity Health Training Institute is not an in-facility testing site. Upon completion of classroom and clinical hours, students are required to contact Prometric for testing. Please refer the following link for additional information or call Prometric at 800-752-4724.

Following completion of Nurse Aide Training and certification, the individual will be eligible to apply for employment in long-term care facilities, acute care settings, clinics, and home health agencies.

Telemetry Technician

Telemetry Tech or EKG technicians work in healthcare facilities with doctors and technologists and specialize in electrocardiogram (EKG) testing for patients. EKG machines are complex devices that monitors the heart's performance. This is done by attaching wires and electrodes to a patient's chest, arms and legs.

Telemetry Techs also reads and interprets lethal cardiac rhythms. Telemetry Technicians are growing in great demand and play a key role in dealing with patients with cardiac issues. Telemetry Tech program is 7 weeks long, after students successfully complete the course they are eligible to schedule and sit for the national exam on site. Study material included in tuition.

Curriculum includes but is not limited to the following topics: Lead placement and acquisition of the 12-Lead Electrocardiogram

  • Understanding the 12-Lead ECG
  • Understanding Bundle Branch Blocks.
  • ECG Patterns of Infarctions.
  • Acute Myocardial infarctions
  • Electrolyte, drug, and other ECG changes.

Upon successful completion of the EKG program and passing the National Examination, a student becomes a CET. Program Cost covers:

  • ID Card
  • Textbook
  • School Patch
  • Professional liability Insurance
  • Tutoring
  • Job Placement Assistance

Total Clock Hours: 40 Hours
Lab Hours: 10 hours

Duration/Schedule of classes:
Day class (7 weeks) Fridays 12.00pm - 4.00pm
Evening class (7 weeks) Fridays 4.30pm - 8.30pm

Sign Up Online or Come In-Person (by appointment only). We will contact within 72-hours. You will be given a start date after the following has been received:

  • 1. Completed online application OR in person application (by appointment only)
  • 2. Turn in state-wide background check
  • 3. drug screening result
  • 4. Negative TB screening
  • 5. Paid the $250 enrolment fee which will include the $40 non refundable application fee.

Please note the following exclusion
1 Michigan State Police fees are not included in tuition.
2 Uniforms and TB screening are not included in tuition.

Phlebotomy Technician


Program Objective

Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research.

Program Description

Students are taught to collect blood primarily by performing venipunctures or for collection of minute quantities of blood, finger sticks. As a Phlebotomy Technician, you can work in a variety of settings including outpatient laboratories, hospitals, physician’s offices and blood banks. Serenity Health Training Institute offers a 7 weeks phlebotomy class with books and study material included.

Our students are offered clinical internship opportunities at St. John/Genesys Hospital which provides them the with the necessary skills to secure a job in the hospitals working as Phlebotomists. Upon successful completion of course students can schedule and take national phlebotomy exam on site with study materials included in tuition.

Curriculum includes but is not limited to the following.

  • Phlebotomy & The Health Care Setting
  • Quality Assurance and Legal Issues
  • Infection Control, Safety First Aide & Personal Wellness
  • Medical Terminology
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Blood Collection
  • Venipuncture Process
  • Capillary Collection Equipment and Procedure.

Total Clock Hours: 40Hours
Clinical Hours: 80 hours

Duration/Schedule: 7 Weeks
1. Day Classes (7weeks) Fridays (10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)
2. Weekend Classes (7weeks) Sundays (10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
*Phlebotomy students have options of externship at St. John/Genesys Hospital.

Limited Seats Available

  • Tuition $550
  • Non refundable $40
  • Admin fees $40
  • Skills Lab fee $20
  • Total fees - $650

Sign Up Online or Come In-Person (by appointment only). We will contact within 72-hours.
You will be given a start date after the following has been received:
1. Completed online application OR in person application (by appointment only)
2. Turn in state-wide background check
3. drug screening result
4. Negative TB screening
5. Paid the $250 enrolment fee which will include the $40 non refundable application fee.

Please note the following exclusion
1. Michigan State Police fees are not included in tuition.
2. Uniforms and TB screening are not included in tuition.

Patient Care Technician

Our PCT program is a combination which offers training in both the Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy and EKG to allow the student a more diverse exposure and the option to choose a career path that would be most beneficial to easily attain their career goals.

Program Description

Serenity Health Training Institute’s Combination training program is designed as a pre-nursing course and prepares the student for an entry- level position on the nursing career ladder. Instruction is presented in the basic sciences as it relates to the human body and health. The combination of theory and skill development is utilized during the student's training experience with emphasis on caring for a wider variety of patients. Under the supervision of highly trained instructors, the student will receive adequate training that emulates the environment and functionality that a PCT would encounter in a typical daily activity. These practices complement classroom instruction as well as the internship experience. As per state requirements, the clinical portion of the class is conducted under the supervision of a highly trained instructor.

Program Objective

This program prepares a student to acquire skills as a Patient Care Technician. Patient Care Technicians assist and support patients to attain maximum functional independence as well as assisting clients with their personal care and daily living tasks. Nursing Assistants work closely with residents in hospitals, long-term care facilities and adult day care centers. This combination-training program helps an individual serve in versatile fields of the Medical profession, hence providing wider employment opportunities.

There is an increasing need for cross- trained health care workers in all types of health care facilities. This Program builds upon the basic nurse aid skills to develop a person with advanced skills. This program covers Medical Terminology/Abbreviations, Phlebotomy, EKG, CPR, Wound Care, Glucose Monitoring, Hemocult Testing, Vital Signs and Isolation Techniques, Activities of Daily Living and Urinalysis. This is the latest trend in health care reengineering. Patient Care Technicians can be employed in hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians’ offices, sports medicine facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, rehabilitation facilities, clinics, physical therapy departments, industrial clinics, medical laboratories and walk-in treatment centers.

Total Clock Hours: 130Hours
Duration/Schedule of classes: 14 Weeks

Nursing Aide Portion

1. Day Classes (2 weeks) Mon – Wed, 8:00a.m. – 5.30 p.m.
(Clinical on 2 Thursdays 0645-1445)
2. Evening Classes (3 weeks) Mon – Wed 5.30pm -11.30p.m.
(Clinical on 2 Thursdays 0645-1445)
3. Weekend Classes (6 weeks) Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Clinical on 2 Thursdays 0645-1445)
*All classes include 2 days of clinical at Henry Ford Village

Phlebotomy Portion

1. Day Classes (7weeks) Fridays (10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)
2. Weekend Classes (7weeks) Sundays (10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
*Phlebotomy students have options of externship at William Beaumont Hospital.

EKG (Telemetry) Portion

Day class (4 weeks) Fridays 12.00pm-4.00pm
Evening class (4weeks) Fridays 4.30pm-8.30pm
Curriculum includes but is not limited to the following.

  • Introduction to Health Care
  • Understanding and Working with ill
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Medical terminology
  • Related anatomy and physiology
  • Body Mechanics and Assistive Devices
  • Patient Abuse Prevention
  • Patient Rights Advocacy
  • EKG
  • Phlebotomy

Upon successful completion of this Combination program and passing the State as well as the applicable National examinations, candidates receive the designation of Patient Care Technician. Classes (TBA) Call for more information.

Sign Up Online or Come In-Person (by appointment only). We will contact within 72-hours.

You will be given a start date after the following has been received:
1. Completed online application OR in person application (by appointment only)
2. Turn in state-wide background check
3. drug screening result
4. Negative TB screening
5. Paid the $250 enrolment fee which will include the $40 non refundable application fee.

Please note the following exclusion:
1 Michigan State Police fees are not included in tuition.
2 Uniforms and TB screening are not included in tuition.

AHA CPR/BLS

Our program and the fees are as follows.
1.BLS Provider Course through American Heart Association - $75
2.BLS Renewal through American Heart Association is - $65
3.BLS Provider Skills Session through American Heart Association - $55
4.HeartSaver First AID CPR AED through American Heart Association - $95
5. Heart Saver/CPR/ First Aid Skills Session - $75.00

Dementia Training for the Professional $500


COURSE OVERVIEW

The purpose of the Serenity Health Dementia Training for the professional is to teach the professional health care worker the skills needed to respond appropriately to those individuals who have a diagnosis of mental impairment that affects their ability to function without professional intervention.

COURSE PREREQUISITES

Health care workers including nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, physician assistants, emergency medical technicians, medical assistance, or any others who may work with Dementia or other disease processes that may cause inability of the person to make decisions about themselves.
Total Clock Hours: 40Hours
Monday – Friday 0800-1600

The Dementia Training Course is designed for the professional to be taught in approximately 40hours. The course length includes class activities, viewing of videos, and breaks per instructor’s plan.

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Upon successful completion of the Dementia Care Training, the participant will receive a Serenity Certificate indicating Dementia Care Training has been successfully completed and is valid for 2 years.
To receive the course completion certificate for Dementia Care Training, the participant must:

  • Attend all class sessions
  • Participate in all skill training and scenarios
  • Demonstrate competency in skills
  • Pass the written exam with 90%
Dementia Training Course Outline

Serenity Health will cover the following areas within their training:
Introduction to Dementia

  • Definition of Dementia
  • Signs of Dementia
  • Anatomy of normal brain
  • Anatomy of brain with Dementia
    Communication with persons with Dementia
  • Explain why communication is difficult
  • Methods of effective communication
  • Discussion of do’s and don’ts of communication
    Care and understanding behaviors
  • Introduce Alzheimer’s Association’s Guide to Understanding Dementia Behavior
    Appropriate responses to Dementia behaviors
  • Understanding memory loss responses
  • Use role play
  • Critique actions and reactions
    Provision of assistance with ADL’s
  • Introduce the necessity of individualized care
  • Understand the connection between memory loss and self-care
    End of Life with Dementia Care
  • Discuss comfort care, decision making, emotional, and spiritual support.
  • Each area presented will have specific objectives for that area with lesson plan.

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