CNA Continuing Education

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Renew Your Certification!

As a Professional Nurse Aide, you are required to meet the recertification requirements established by the Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). DADS requires recertification every two years. In addition, as of September 1, 2013 DADS requires nurse aides to provide proof of twenty four hours of acquired continuing education relative to Geriatric Nursing.

The Courses You Need

Austin Community College can help you meet your recertification requirements. We offer three courses and each has been approved by DADS for continuing education credit.

  • A New Look at Alzheimer's Disease - 8 hours
  • Improving Care by Improving Communication Techniques - 8 hours
  • The Nurse Aide's Role in the Management of Pain for the Elderly - 8 hours

Our courses will provide you with the important information you need to meet the DADS requirement and better prepare you to meet the demands of your profession.

Get Started Now!

Let ACC help you meet your important recertification requirements. Contact our program coordinator today and schedule your classes. Recertification is an important part of your career and ACC is ready to assist you!

Program Information

Estimated Tuition
Time Commitment
1 Day
8 Hours Total

Contact Information

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CNA Continuing Education Classes

NURX-3009 A New Look At Alzheimer's Disease

NURX-3007 Improving Care by Improving Communication Techniques

NURX-3008 The Nurse Aide's Role in the Management of Pain in the Elderly

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Our programs give you convenient access to a wide selection of noncredit courses that can open doors to a new career, build skills for your current job, or simply expand your knowledge in a subject you’re interested in.


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