BE A HHA IN JUST 5 DAYS!
Class is Held On The Weekends Saturday And Sunday.
Tuition Only $500
Held On The Weekends
Class is Saturday And Sunday From 7am to 3:30pm.
Get 26 CEU's
We approved by CDPH Which Means You Get 26 CEU’s Towards Renewing Your CNA License Plus a HHA Certification.
Only $100 Down
Full Tuition is $500 But We Only Require $100 Down To Save Your Seat And $400 On The First Day of Class
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Get Certified As A Home Health Aide
Our HHA training course in San Diego will teach you the skills and understanding necessary to provide an excellent level of care in the home care setting. Home Health Aides make a remarkable difference in the lives of the sick, disabled, and elderly. HHA’s allow those clients the opportunity to live on their own who would otherwise need a higher level of care. HHA’s work closely with a nurse to keep them up to date about the patient’s health
Why Take Our HHA Program?
Having a home health aide certification opens up new opportunities in your healthcare career. With an HHA certification you will be able to work at staffing agencies, registries and hospice that allow you to work at a patient’s home. HHAs are required to take a state-approved program to get certified and licensed in the state of California. Most HHA’s make between $12 – $16 per hour (See the Bureau of Labor Statistics Here) depending on your experience.
We also know of students who have gone on to start their own business with their home health aide certification and charge per patient. This is a great way if you have an entrepreneurial spirit and want to start your own company. If you need continued education units to renew for CNA license then this is the perfect class for you. CEU’s are needed so that you can keep your CNA license valid. The state of California requires you to have 48 hours of continued education units every two years.
Requirements To Take Our HHA Program:
Most frequent questions and answers
Home Health Aides make a remarkable difference in the lives of the sick, disabled, and elderly. HHA’s allow those clients the opportunity to live on their own who would otherwise need a higher level of care.
A home health aide HHA’s assist with personal tasks such as bathing, dressing, and keeping the home safe and clean for the patient. You will be in charge of many basic tasks such as changing bed linens, washing and ironing the patient’s laundry and cleaning the patient’s quarters. HHA’s also make several checks on the patient’s pulse, temperature, and respirations to report back to the head nurse in charge of the patient. You will also provide patients with help moving in and out of wheelchairs, automobiles, beds, baths, and assist them with dressing and grooming
The CNA program at Western Medical Training Center emphasizes safety principles, infection control, and methods for providing physical care as well as emotional and social support to patients.
Accreditation and Approvals Western Medical Training Center is a private school with exemption status through the Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau for Private and Postsecondary Education (BPPE). Western Medical Training Center’s programs are approved by the State of California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Licensing and Certification Program, Aide and Technician Certification Section (ATCS) & Board of Registered Nursing.
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