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CLINICAL CAREER                    TRAINING LLC

MISSION STATEMENT
The primary goal of Clinical Career Training is to develop in our students the highest degree of technical and
professional competence.
Clinical Career Training is committed to all students achieving their potential with an aim to provide an introduction into
nursing, built on a solid base of general principles.
Our objective is to emphasize responsibility and commitment to self, employers, colleagues, clients and community.

LICENSED BY:
Clinical Career Training is licensed by the State of New Hampshire Department Division of Educator Support and Higher
Education as a post-secondary vocational school with a primary purpose of educating individuals for a professional
job/career.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF AVAILABLE SPACE, EQUIPMENT, AND FACILITIES
Clinical Career Training works in partnership with innovative agencies throughout New Hampshire. Our companion host
facilities provide an educationally conducive environment for theory, and access to resident living areas to assist in
providing a positive clinical experience. Students will be provided with the equipment necessary to learn the skills of a
Nurse Assistant/ Medication Nurse Assistant.

Licensed Nurse Assistant Training
52 Hours Theory /60 hours Clinical
Total hours: 112
This program will educate each student in the technical and social skills necessary to be a successful, competent
Licensed Nursing Assistant. Instruction takes place through a combination of theory, practical work, clinical experience
as well as group and individual activities. It is anticipated that students will complete this course with the sound
knowledge of a health care provider, and make a positive contribution to the profession. Instruction will take place
through a combination of theory and clinical preparation in a lab setting with a clinical experience through a qualified,
pre-approved agency. Instructors will measure student ability through observation and written assessment. The
program consists of a review of all body systems and associated complications. Skills necessary in both routine care and
varied procedures are reviewed demonstrated and practiced in a controlled setting. Additional experience is developed
in a clinical environment under the supervision of a qualified instructor. A holistic approach to health care is
emphasized with additional training in time management, and communication techniques. The ratio of student to
instructor is not to exceed 8:1 in the clinical setting.

NURSE ASSISTANT GRADING SYSTEM:
Each student is graded on their knowledge of the textbook and their ability to apply theory to practice. All students who
successfully complete the training program are issued a certificate. Certification qualifies the student to take the state
examination for licensure. Theory Grading Scale: A Grade Point Average (GPA) of 70% must be achieved to graduate
Clinical Grading Scale: Clinical competence is evaluated through the successful completion of a Skills Performance
check list.


Medication Nurse Assistant:
40 Hours Theory/ 46 Hours Clinical
86 Total Hours
This program is designed to teach the safe administration of medications to those LNA’s who meet minimum
requirements and wish to become Medication Nurse Assistants. The program consists of a knowledge base starting with
the fundamentals of medication administration and progressing through the drugs frequently used to treat the most
common diseases. Each chapter is organized around a body system to help students fully understand drug actions.
Instruction will take place through a combination of theory, clinical preparation in a controlled setting and clinical
experience through a qualified, pre-approved agency. Instructors will measure student ability through observation and
written assessment. Skills necessary in the safe administration of medication are reviewed, demonstrated and practiced
in a lab setting. Additional experience is developed in a clinical environment under the supervision of a qualified
instructor. The ratio of student to instructor is not to exceed 4:1 in the clinical setting.

MNA GRADING SYSTEM:
Each student is grade on their knowledge of the textbook, and their ability to apply theory to practice. All students who
successfully complete the training program are issued completion verification.
Theory Grading: The student must attain a score of 75% or greater on Quiz I and Quiz II to continue in the program. A
score of at least 90% must be achieved on the final examination in order to receive verification of completion.
Clinical Grading Scale: Clinical competence is evaluated through the successful completion of a Medication Skills
Performance check list.


Train the Trainer
Total hours: 12
This program will educate each student in the technical and social skills necessary to be a successful, competent
Licensed Nursing Assistant (LPN or RN)/Medication Nurse Assistant (RN only) instructor. Instruction takes place through
a combination of theory, practical work, clinical experience as well as group and individual activities. It is anticipated that
students will complete this course with the sound knowledge of a health care educator, and make a positive
contribution to the profession. Instruction will take place through a combination of theory and clinical preparation in a
lab setting. Instructors will measure student ability through observation and written assessment. The program consists
of a review in 8 Learning Styles, Textbook selection and other teaching materials used for LNA/MNA education programs,
Teaching strategies, Development of clinical and written competencies for LNA/MNA programming, delivering
constructive evaluations, and review of NH Board of Nursing Administrative Rules.

GRADING SYSTEM:
Each student is graded Pass (P)/ Fail (F) on their knowledge of the written material through their ability to apply theory to
practice. All students who successfully complete the training program are issued a certificate.
Clinical Grading Scale: Competence is evaluated through the successful completion of series of demonstrations related
to preparing for and presenting educational material to adult learners.
All students must state/demonstrate basic competence in skill/knowledge to be independent in order to be eligible for
certification. A pass (P) is required on all mandatory demonstrations/written material
Once information has been reviewed and practiced the instructor will be evaluating the following