INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING

Certificate in Nursing Assistant

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING
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Typology Certificate
Methodology Online
Duration 6 Months
Start Different dates available
Online campus Yes
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  • Online
  • Duration:
    6 Months
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    Different dates available
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Description

Certificate in Nursing Assistant
DNCA is a paramedical course. It is a Diploma Certificate course! This course is enough to help one acquire key nursing assistant/aide skills and knowledge. After completing the course, one will be able to land entry level nursing assistant/aide jobs at hospitals, clinics and nursing homes.

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Starts Different dates available
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

Carrying out tasks/instructions provided by Doctors or nurses (RNs) Serving meals to patients Taking care of patient hygiene (bathing them, cleaning their rooms, groom them etc) Arranging equipment and accessories in patients’ rooms Recording patients’ body stats (pulse, weight, blood pressure etc) Administering medications Communicating with patients and their family members Taking patients for tests and treatment processes

· Who is it intended for?

10th passed (or equivalent) from a recognized board is the minimum educational qualification required.

· Requirements

Admission documents 1. ID Proof , Residential Proof 2. Passport 3. Educational documents scanned 4. Passport Size Photo

· Qualification

10th passed (or equivalent) from a recognized board is the minimum educational qualification required.

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What you'll learn on the course

Nursing Assistant
Nursing Care
Echnical known-how
Good communication skills
Stamina and willingness
Caring attitude towards patients
Serving meals to patients
Administering medications
Medicine
Medical Sciences

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SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
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Course programme

HomeDiploma CoursesDiploma in Nursing Care Assistant Course in IndiaDiploma in Nursing Care Assistant Course in India Arun Kallarackal Last updated on: June 22, 2016 Diploma Courses,Paramedical Courses No Comments

Do you want to pursue a course related to the field of nursing after 10th standard? If yes, this article will be of help to you. In this article, I’ve provided details about Diploma in Nursing Care Assistant (DNCA) course. The article covers topics like course details, eligibility criteria, admission process, career prospects and salary.

DNCA is a paramedical course. It is a Diploma Certificate course! This course is enough to help one acquire key nursing assistant/aide skills and knowledge. After completing the course, one will be able to land entry level nursing assistant/aide jobs at hospitals, clinics and nursing homes.

Who is a nursing care assistant? What are his/her tasks? What’s it like to become a NCA? You’ll find answers to these questions in the coming paragraphs.

Nursing care assistants are allied healthcare professionals. They are not as qualified as registered nurses (RNs).

Nursing care assistants are also known as nurse aides. They work alongside or under the supervision of qualified nurses (RNs) and Doctors.

In short, they work in tandem with Doctors and RNs. They usually are parts of the nursing teams serving at hospitals, clinics and nursing homes.

Nursing care assistants’ main tasks include –

  • Carrying out tasks/instructions provided by Doctors or nurses (RNs)
  • Serving meals to patients
  • Taking care of patient hygiene (bathing them, cleaning their rooms, groom them etc)
  • Arranging equipment and accessories in patients’ rooms
  • Recording patients’ body stats (pulse, weight, blood pressure etc)
  • Administering medications
  • Communicating with patients and their family members
  • Taking patients for tests and treatment processes

To thrive in this profession, one must possess qualities and traits like –

  • Caring attitude towards patients
  • Good communication skills
  • Technical known-how
  • Nursing knowledge
  • Stamina and willingness to work for long hours (sometimes at odd timings)
  • Patience

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