CNA Program Learning Objectives and Outcomes

CNA Student Helping

  1. Describe the functions of body systems appropriate to the nursing assistant's scope of practice.
  2. Describe nursing assistants' roles and responsibilities, including ethics, communication, legal obligations, abuse laws, and Nevada State Board of Nursing regulations.
  3. Demonstrate professional communication skills, including recording, reporting, and legal and ethical responsibilities.
  4. Demonstrate safety and infection control practices that comply with standards of practice for nursing assistants.
  5. Identify stages of growth and development.
  6. Define common medical terms and abbreviations used in health care.
  7. Demonstrate competence and proficiency in the following categories of skills:
    • Communication and interpersonal relationships.
    • Safety and infection control.
    • Personal care procedures.
    • Vital signs.
    • Nutritional requirements and techniques.
    • Admission, transfer, and discharge procedures.
    • Exercise and activity.
    • Elimination.
    • Unsterile warm and cold applications.
    • Care to clients with special needs.
    • End of life care.
    • Care to clients with cognitive impairment.
  8. Comply with privacy and confidentiality laws.
  9. Demonstrate behaviors consistent with professional work ethics.
  10. Adhere to the policies and procedures of clinical sites.