Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who are our classes for?
Our CNA/HHA classes are for everyone wanting to get started in a new healthcare career. Whether you are just looking for a step up into one of the fasted growing careers or even just starting your path towards higher nursing degrees, our classes are the place to start.
2. What should I expect to learn?
Our nurses have years of experience teaching nursing assistants everything from how to give a bed bath to how to take a patient’s vital signs. After attending our classes you will not only learn everything you need to know to pass your state exam, but you will also learn real world hands on experience that will help you be able to give the best patient care possible.
3. How do I attend a class?
Our classes are conveniently scheduled to fit busy schedules. You can sign up to attend either our 10 day class or our evening CNA/HHA class on our website, or you can sign up over the phone at 918-713-2323 and our experienced nurses will be happy to help you decide which class is best for you.
4. How are your classes set up?
Our classes are set up as a traditional classroom setting taught by experienced nurse. As a family company, we support an atmosphere where our students are welcomed to ask questions and get answers from professionals with real world experience. We know combining practical hands on knowledge with text book information will help you apply what you have learned and be better equipped for your new career in the health care field.
5. How do I become a Certified Nursing Assistant in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma state law requires training at an approved school and completion of an approved exam before obtaining your CNA/CHHA certification. Family Caregiver Assistance and their experienced nurses are certified with the State of Oklahoma and are partnered with Tulsa Tech to offer you required training and testing. After graduating from Family Caregiver Assistance each CNA/CHHA student will go to Tulsa Tech to take a final clinical exam. The exam is two parts, written and hands-on. Once the student graduates from Family Caregiver Assistance, and completes and passes the Tulsa Tech hands-on and written portions of the state required exam they will be listed on the nurse aide registry and be able to go to work as a CNA/certified home health aide