Mr Hardik Patel, a nurse from India, completed OET in 2015. He said “successful completion of OET shaped my career and now I can work as a registered nurse here [in Australia] and I can work in my dream field which is really exciting for me.”
“I can work as a registered nurse in Australia, so I can have multiple country experience and I can add as many wings as possible in my career, so it really means a lot to me,” Mr Patel said.
Clinical Solution’s educational programs are delivered by top clinicians and include cutting edge research and practice implementation. Advanced simulation equipment and elite instructors make our training center stand out among other programs. Training initiatives are customized for clients, and may include basic CPR, first aid, pre-hospital education, American Heart Association courses and many Continuing education nursing courses.
Clinical Solutions is a Florida Board of Nursing provider (50-12426) and an approved provider for Florida EMS continuing education training programs. All courses are registered through the CE broker and all continuing education contact hours will be reported to the CE broker upon completion.
Clinical Solutions was founded with the mission to provide our learners with the highest quality professional continuing education in a stress free enviorment through operational excellence. We are focusing on critical thinking and hands on application utilizing the expertise of our instructors and state of the art technology.
Please feel free to take a look around, and remember, even if you do not find the class you need, odds are we do have that curriculum. We can also customize any curriculum for your specific needs and can bring the program to your facility. Please contact us. We value your opinion and would love to know what you think.
Education and Training Programs
Program participants enroll in a variety of training and education programs that result in an industry recognized certificate or degree. Training programs will take place in a variety of settings and formats. Most training programs take place in traditional classroom settings, and include a period of clinical experience in a workplace setting, and still others will incorporate distance learning strategies. Some education programs will enroll students in cohorts to create a supportive peer environment for learning. All training programs are intended to serve as the initial step on a career ladder allowing the student to begin employment and then pursue more advanced training in related occupations.
Specific training programs differ among schools, all programs are not offered at every one of the participating colleges. However the following 27 programs are included in the HPOG program and offered at one or more schools:
Medical Assistant, Billing & Coding Specialists, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Diagnostic Radiography, Drug and Alcohol Counselor, EKG/Telemetry Technician, Electronic Health Records Specialist, Emergency Medical Technician, Electrodiagnostic Technician, Hemodialysis Technician, Healthcare Dietary Manager, Home Health Aide, Medical Transcription, Nursing Assistant, Nursing/LPN, Nursing/RN, Patient Care Technician, Paramedic, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Physical Therapy Assistant, Respiratory Therapist, Sterile Processing Technician, Surgical Technologist, and Therapeutic Massage Therapist. New programs are frequently approved so be sure to check the offerings at your school.
Each of the colleges is participating in a study funded by the federal government to determine how these training opportunities help people improve their skills and find better jobs. During the study, eligible applicants will be selected by lottery to participate in these training opportunities. Not all eligible applicants will be selected to participate in these opportunities.
The preparation of this video, and its supporting information, was funded by Grant Number 90FX0001 from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the Colleges and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS.
Your Source for Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant
The following video addresses the certification requirements to become a CNA in the state of South Dakota.
75 hours of training in a state-approved program or completion of nursing courses that include nursing theory and clinical instruction
Minimum Education — High School Diploma
CNA competency test — In South Dakota, candidates must take a computer-based or oral test consisting of 75 multiple-choice questions as well as a skills test assessing the candidate’s ability to perform 5 randomly selected occupational tasks.
More information about the South Dakota CNA registry and testing locations can be found at the url seen here: http://doh.sd.gov/boards/nursing/nurseaid.aspx
Requirements to stay active on the registry:
You must contact the Nurse Aide Registry to verify your employment as a CNA at least once every two years in order to be eligible for recertification.
You can find certified nursing assistant, medical assistant, or other similar programs for related medical careers using the easy school finder on cnaclasses.org.
For all things CNA related and information about starting an exciting career in the health and medical field, visit www.cnaclasses.org.
(Your Source for Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant)
Have You Considered an Online College Degree Program?
If you’d like to go back to school but don’t have the time to attend college classes, an online college degree program can be just the thing to help you accomplish your goals.
Let’s face it; going back to school to get a degree via the traditional route is not an option for everyone. Most people who are past their 20s, for example, have established some sort of career, and possibly started building a family by this stage in their lives. It would take a radical restructuring of their entire way of life to accommodate enrolling at a traditional college or university and seeking a degree.
By taking advantage of a degree program from an online university, folks in this situation can turn the impossible into the possible. The convenience of studying at home over the Internet is hard to beat. Think of the time saved just in traveling back and forth to school a few times a week. For the vast majority, that’s a time savings of a few hours every week, time that could be better spent studying for a college degree online. Those who attend a brick and mortar school discover it’s not always possible to have classes back to back, so there’s additional time lost sitting around waiting for the next class to begin. On top of that, with today’s gas prices, the money spent traveling back and forth to school every few days could easily add up to over a thousand dollars a year.
Plus, adult students pursuing taking advantage of an online college degree program won’t feel like they’re neglecting their spouses, children, or other family members. It’s true that it’s necessary to set aside blocks of time for focused study, but in the event of an emergency it’s nice to be able to be at home to take care of your family’s needs. Your children will see Mommy or Daddy just as often, and your spouse will appreciate that you are taking the time to better yourself without neglecting the family. All these reasons and more make an online college degree program the best option for millions of future students.
This short “Patient Postcard” video features Virginia Mason team members from throughout the Seattle-based, non-profit health system and includes perspectives on why people work and practice at Virginia Mason; how they individually and collectively contribute to ongoing quality improvement; as well as what they’re passionate about and grateful for in their roles.