Program Training Plan
Students are trained under the direction of a licensed nurse in a patient’s physical, emotional, and social care. Course will cover professional ethics, basic safety and emergencies, communication skills, body mechanics, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, vital signs, infection control, personal care of the patient and the patient’s environment.
Both classroom theory and clinical experience in a health care facility is provided. Often the clinical experience will not be scheduled at the same time as class. Health care Provider CPR certification through American Heart Association will be included in the curriculum of this course.
When students pass the course and the state exam, they will be Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), and qualified to take jobs at assisted living centers, long term care centers, home health agencies, and hospitals. Most LPN and RN training institutions require CNA Certification as part of their prerequisites.
Spanish Fork Campus
Thanksgiving Point Campus
|High School Cost||Free Tuition + $226 Fees = $226.00|
|Adult Cost||$176 Tuition + $226 Fees = $402.00|
|Extra Supply Cost||Students will also be required to purchase scrubs, a workbook, and a textbook|
|Avg. Starting Wage||$22,320 Yearly ($10.73 /hr.)|
|Certifications||MATC Certificate of Proficiency (COP) in Nurse Assistant (CNA); Industry Certifications: • CPR/First Aid Certification • Preparation for State Certified Nurse Assistant Exam|
Program dates, times, tuition and fees are subject to change.
(High school students qualify for free tuition only until they or their class graduates high school)
Missed clinicals will result in a fine to the student:
1st time: $10 • 2nd time: $25 • 3rd time: $50
Training Materials Cost:
Textbook / Class Materials: $37
Pair of Scrubs: $20.00
Blood Pressure Kit: $32.00
Estimated Total: $89.00
Program LengthEvenings: 88 Hour Program • 3 weeks
• Students must be 16 years old prior to the first day of class.
• Students must have TB testing and a Hepatitis B vaccine, or sign a
• As part of the admission process, students may be required to complete a basic assessment of reading and math skills. The test is free and takes approximately 2 hr. to complete. For additional information, call the Testing Center at: (801) 753-4110.
2013 Summer CNA - 3 Week Evening Session Schedule
|Thanksgiving Point||Jun. 3, 2013 -- Jun. 27, 2013||Mon. -- Sat.||5pm - 10pm|
2013 Fall CNA - 3 Week Evening Sessions Schedule
|Spanish Fork||Sept. 9, 2013 -- Sept. 28, 2013||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Sept. 9, 2013 -- Sept. 28, 2013||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Oct. 14, 2013 -- Nov. 2, 2013||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Nov. 4, 2013 -- Nov. 23, 2013||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
2014 Spring CNA - 3 Week Evening Sessions Schedule
|Spanish Fork||Mar. 3, 2014 -- Mar. 22, 2014||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Jan. 6, 2014 -- Jan. 27, 2014||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Feb. 3, 2014 -- Feb. 24, 2014||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Mar. 3, 2014 -- Mar. 22, 2014||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
|Thanksgiving Point||Apr. 14, 2014 -- May 3, 2014||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
2014 Summer CNA - 3 Week Evening Session Schedule
|Thanksgiving Point||Jun. 2, 2014 -- Jun. 21, 2014||Mon. -- Sat.||5 - 10pm|
NOTE: Students will follow a 3 week set schedule:
Week 1 - 25 Class hours (M -- F)
Week 2 - 25 Class hours (M -- F), & 9 Clinical hours (Sat.)
Week 3 - 20 Class hours (M -- Th), & 9 Clinical hours (Sat.)
Students will need to be available for the whole day for the clinicals that will be held on the Saturdays during weeks 2 and 3; times may vary.
CNA State Exam Cost:
Cost for the Certified Nursing Assistant Certification Exam is not included in MATC’s fees, and is $70.00 paid to Utah Nursing Assistant Registry.
(This cost is subject to change.)
THE NURSE ASSISTANT PROFESSION:
Nursing aides, sometimes called nursing attendants or nursing assistants, provide basic care and help with living activities. They typically do a combination or all of the following tasks:
• Clean and bathe patients or residents
• Help patients use the toilet and dress
• Turn, reposition, and transfer patients between beds and wheelchairs
• Listen to and record patients’ health concerns and report that
information to nurses
• Measure patients’ vital signs, such as blood pressure and temperature
• Serve meals and help patients eat
Nurse Assistants, help provide basic care for patients in hospitals and residents of long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes. In nursing homes, aides and attendants are often the principal caregivers. They have more contact with residents than other members of the staff. Because some residents stay in a nursing home for months or years, aides and attendants may develop close, caring relationships with their patients.
Please see our Refund Policy.