CLINICAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
Basic Life Support
HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (CPR-129E)
Do you need BLS Certification for your job, or do you need it to apply for a job? Have you checked the expiration date on your BLS certification recently? Don’t let it expire!
This five-hour curriculum reflects the current American Heart Associationâ€™s guidelines for healthcare providers. The course includes adult one-rescuer CPR, adult two-rescuer CPR, adult foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO), pediatric CPR, pediatric FBAO, the use of bag mask ventilation devices for all victims and automated external defibrillators (AED). This course is appropriate for nurses, paramedics, EMTs, police, fire personnel, lifeguards and other first responders.
CCM students: This course can be used to fulfill one credit of the requirements for Health and Wellness electives; and the CPR requirements for Nursing and Allied Health students in preparation for the Professional track/Clinical requirements. To obtain this credit, please contact your department BEFORE registering for the class.
Instructor: Alex Balish, AHA & ASHI Certified Instructor
All classes on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center, AMEC 103.
1 session: 5 hrs, CEU 0.5
Intravenous Therapy Skills Course
This ever-popular skills course, Peripheral IV Therapy, is a must have for nurses and other healthcare professionals who wish to update their skills.
This nursing continuing professional development activity has been approved by New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Centerâ€™s Commission on Accreditation.
PERIPHERAL INTRAVENOUS THERAPY SKILLS (NRS-426E)
This course is for RNs, LPNs, Radiology Technologists, EMTs and other allied health professionals whose responsibilities include intra-venous peripheral catheter insertion and care and administration of intravenous solutions. Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to successfully insert a short peripheral intravenous catheter. Although the focus of the class is on skill acquisition, additional content will include the assessment and care of the peripheral intravenous catheter site and a discussion of the indications and complications of infusion therapy. Class is limited to 8 students.
Instructor: Jessica Shepherd, MSN, RN, CEN
All classes on Saturdays from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. at Cohen Hall, CH 120.
1 session: 4 hrs, CEU 0.4
Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) Program
CCM has developed this high quality short-term clinical healthcare program to help people quickly enter the workforce, earn money and begin a healthcare career. Certified Nurse Aides may work in nursing homes or other residential care facilities. CNAâ€™s may also be employed in hospitals, rehab centers, long-term care facilities or in home health care companies.
This is an excellent way to learn about the healthcare industry, try out patient care skills and determine if a career path into nursing or other medical fields is for you. Not only can you earn while you learn, but you may qualify for tuition reimbursement through your employer to help pay for advanced certifications and degrees. If you are in mid-career and want to stay active, this is a great way to earn an income while helping others, and feel good about contributing positively to someoneâ€™s quality of life. CCMâ€™s Certified Nurse Aides are in high demand and often have job opportunities before the course ends! For individuals contemplating a career in nursing, becoming a CNA is an excellent opportunity to earn money while you are attending school, and get real-life patient care experience.
A Certified Nurse Aideâ€™s (CNA) main role is to provide basic care to patients and assist them in daily activities that they may have trouble completing on their own. CNAs learn to care for people living in long-term care facilities, rehabilitation settings or hospitals. The NJ Department of Health regulates and approves the CCM training program. Training will be conducted in CCM nursing labs and in actual care facilities. It includes 50 lecture and 40 clinical hours. This certificate can be completed in as little as 6 to 9 weeks.
CNA PROGRAM SCREENING (AHP-365E)Â
The screening process has a $99 NON-REFUNDABLE processing fee, which covers the cost of a criminal background investigation and expenses incurred by the college to admit you into the program.
Clearance and course registration can take up to six weeks to complete the prerequisite documentation and clearance requirements.Â You must start the process early. Prior to the first day of class, students, at their own expense, must satisfactorily complete drug screening at facilities approved by CCM, as well as complete an extensive medical history review. Additional expenses include, but are not limited to, uniforms and textbooks.
Please note that County College of Morris’ clinical partners require that all employees and students at their facilities must be fully vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19.Â If you believe this will be a hinderance to your participation in the program, please reach out to email@example.com before registering for the screening.
REGISTER FOR SCREENING HERE. Registration deadline is Sept 17.
CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE COURSEâ€“ COMPREHENSIVE (AHP-163E)
This course combines lecture and labs in a hospital setting and clinical experience in a long-term care setting, allowing students to master the essential skills to obtain an entry level position in the healthcare field. This Comprehensive course includes Healthcare Professional BLS (Basic Life Support) certification and a three-day Skills Review and Exam program concluding with the state required skills evaluation. Upon the successful completion of the course, students are eligible to take the NJ State approved Certified Nurse Aide certification examination. Class size is limited to 10 students.
*Textbook required. Visit: https://ccm.edu/workforce/textbook-information
INSTRUCTORS: CCM Staff
Fall 2023 schedule
Fridays and Saturdays beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Classes will begin on or about Oct 13. No class on Nov 24, 25, Dec 22, 23, 29, 30, Jan 5, 6.
On campus: CH 118
22 sessions: 114 total hrs, CEU 9.0