Clackamas Community College

Nursing (NUR)

NUR-100  Nursing Assistant I  
7 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer  

Prepares the student to perform routine nursing assistant tasks to clients in sub-acute care settings as well as in the community. Includes 80 hours of didactic and skills lab instruction. May not be challenged. Required: Student Petition.

Corequisites: NUR-100C  
NUR-100C  Nursing Assistant I Clinical  
0 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer  

Prepares the student to perform routine nursing assistant tasks to clients in hospitals, long-term and skilled care facilities, as well as the community. Includes 82 hours of clinical practicum. May not be challenged. Required: Student Petition.

Corequisites: NUR-100  
NUR-101  Certified Nursing Assistant II  
5 credits, Not Offered Every Term  

This course prepares the student to perform routine nursing assistant level II tasks that are needed in the acute or skilled care setting. This course includes concepts of safety and complication prevention. Students will also learn how to communicate a person's response(s) to the nurse, and document and record outcomes of a person's care. Required: Student Petition.

Required: Attend CNA II mandatory orientation and complete all required data for Corporate Screening.
Must have a current Certified Nursing Assistant I License in the state of Oregon with a copy of a current and active OSBN verification of license letter
Recommended Prerequisites: WRD-098 or placement in WR-121.
Student should be 18 years of age or older
Corequisites: NUR-101C
  
NUR-101C  Certified Nursing Assistant II Acute Care Clinical  
0 credits, Not Offered Every Term  

This course prepares the student to perform routine nursing assistant 2 acute care tasks that are needed in the acute care setting. This course requires a minimum of 30 hours of clinical instruction. Required: Student Petition.

Corequisites: NUR-101  
NUR-160  Fluid and Electrolytes  
2 credits, Not Offered Every Term  

Focus of this course is to assist students in the understanding of fluid, electrolytes, acid-base balances and the interpretation of various diagnostic tests related to the client's clinical condition. Limited to healthcare professionals/healthcare students.

Prerequisites: BI-233