GTI - Certified Nursing Assistant
CNA VIDEO SCRIPT
Meet "Stan the Man."
(nat sound breathing)
He may not sound very healthy, but Stan the Man is one of the leading instructors at the Granite Technical Institute.
Stan, as you can tell, is a dummy. But he's a breathing, talking, sick dummy. Stan gives the GTI's Certified Nurse Assisting students a unique opportunity to learn without hurting anyone. Stan does all the things that real sick people to.
Granite School District
3350 here get sick person, can vomit, and tell them they are hurting me
3300 stan helps with training, cuz he gives them breath sounds, heart and bowel sound, can pee urine, and take blood pressure
That may or may not sound attractive to some people, but GTI students are lining up to get into the CNA class. In addition to working on Stan, the students treat each other as patients.
251 has left hip fracture, can roll to right side?
As they practice, the "patient" gets experience by empathy.
1013 (Jenessa) i'm learning what's comfortable what's good for the patient
1029 when putting pan under, know what is comfortable, and bed adjustment
CNA instructors train students with step by step procedures that not only serve and protect patients, but help protect the nurse assistant, as well. For example, was this patient's denture broken before or after she came to the hospital?
(about 1930) how much dentures cost? make sure you write it down if broken
It's a natural location for nursing and medical training. The GTI is operated inside a former hospital. Some patient rooms were preserved to offer this educational program in real-life surroundings.
Aubrey Aguirre, RN
GTI Clinical Instructor
~14:20 the way that it's set up they feel comfortable going into a hospital or care center situation and working because they're in that environment here at the GTI
With the important practicum, CNA students get real world experience through internships at local care centers and hospitals.
903 (Alex Kuehn) took med terminology, hands on, good teach, small class, teachers focus on you
818 want to work in med, like nursing
830 (Katy Farrimond) want foot in door, experience
845 want to be a neo natal nurse, give me experience
1332 our students getting jobs even in tough economy, several students call and say they got jobs. they say it's an easy transition because they at care center, we teach them how to work at care center, plus class room time and demonstration time here, so they feel they are ready for job, and our students are getting jobs even in a tough market
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