OUR TRAINING CENTERS
DuMonde Training Centers currently offer Allied Health courses in the
Atlanta, Georgia, and Houston, Texas Metro.
DUMONDE TRAINING CENTER - GA
Location Coming Soon
404 - 444 - 4554
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DUMONDE TRAINING CENTER - TX
Willis Nursing & Rehabilitation
3000 N. Danville St.
Willis, TX 77378
832 - 857 - 0912
Certified Nurse Aide Training Program (CNATP)
Our program provides interactive, hands-on learning. Students practice:
Taking vital signs
Obtaining lab specimens
Assisting with activities of daily living
Providing good nutrition
In addition, students learn:
Safety and emergency procedures
Procedures in the event of death and dying patients
Observing and charting patient information
Students learn how to:
Provide assistance that enriches the lives of their long-term care patients
Empower patients by protecting their rights
Address basic care needs
Teach patients in caring for themselves
Upon successful completion of the course, students are eligible to test for the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) exam, which determines competency before enrolling in the State Nurse Aide Registry. If successful, students will receive a certified nursing assistant (CNA) certificate.
COURSE LENGTH: 3 Weeks (Course length is extended if taking only evening or weekend sessions)
Certified Medication Aide (CMA) Training Program
This program provides unlicensed persons certification to administer certain medications in Assisted Living communities. Students are provided training on new classes of drugs and new drugs; Reviewing medication errors and how to prevent them; New methods of administering drugs; Safety and administration of drugs; and Documentation. Upon successful completion of the course the student(s) are eligible to sit for the national standard certification examination for Medication Aides (if state required).
COURSE LENGTH: 3 - 5 Days
CPR & First Aide Courses
This course is designed to help you acquire the skills you will need to effectively respond in an emergency situation. CPR is a combination of chest compressions and breaths and provides critical blood flow and oxygen to the heart and brain. If CPR is started within three to five (3-5) minutes of collapse, it increases a victim’s chance of survival and reduces the chance of permanent damage. First Aid is defined as the medical attention that is given to an ill or injured person before medical experts arrive on the scene. OSHA details First Aid care to include cleaning minor cuts and scratches, treating burns, helping to relieve heat stress, and more.
COURSE LENGTH: 1 Days