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Palo Alto Center for Healthcare Education

September 8, 2009 Category :Training Centers 1

Palo Alto Center for Healthcare Education offers Vocational Nursing training programs, VN prerequisites, Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide courses, and Acute Care CNA programs. Palo Alto Center for Healthcare Education is approved by the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric technicians (BVNPT), Bureau for Private PostSecondary Education (BPPVE) and the Department of Health Services (DHS). COURSE PROGRAMS Palo Alto Center for Healthcare Education (P.A.C.H.E.) provides a Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) Training and Assessment Program, which prepares the C.N.A. Student to take the California Nurse Assistant State Exam at course completion. This course introduces the students to the role of a nursing assistant with instruction in basic skills and competencies. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of the 150-hour course, which is a four week program, the nurse assistant will be able to: * Demonstrate appropriate and effective communication skills. * Assist with basic emergency procedures. * Apply the basic principles of infection control. * Demonstrate behavior which maintains client’s/resident’s rights. * Demonstrate behavior which promotes resident/client’s independence and prevents abuse. * Prepare for certification by the State of California as an entry-level worker on a health care team in along-term facility. COURSE PREREQUISITES: * Attend the P.A.C.H.E orientation (1st day of class) * Successfully pass the Entrance Assessment Test with a score of 150 or higher in English and 150 or higher in Math. Must have basic English and Mathematic skills. * Proof of good health: A report that includes a medical history, physical examination and PPD test or CXR signed by a healthcare provider performing the physical examination. * Submit completed Live scan form before clinical training begins. * Must be able to exert 20-50 lbs of force occasionally, 10-25 lbs of force frequently, and/or up to 10lbs of force constantly to move objects. * Student liability insurance from any insurance carrier of choice should be submitted before clinical training begins. Palo Alto Center for Healthcare Education (P.A.C.H.E.) provides a Home Health Aide (HHA) Training and Assessment Program, which prepares the HHA student to learn in-home service care for elderly and childcare services. This course is a 40-hour supplemental theory and clinical training course program which helps prepare the Nurse Assistant Student or CNA become a Certified Home Health Aide. COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the 40+-hour course, the home health aide student will be able to: * Acquaint self with the practice of home health care knowing his/her roles and responsibilities. * Examine physical changes, developmental needs, and common disease processes found in the home health care client. * Expand his/her knowledge about safety issues, environmental and personal care including awareness of client’s personal preferences as it is delivered in the home. Home Health Aide Training Program COURSE PREREQUISITES * Attend the P.A.C.H.E orientation * Completion of a CNA training program, currently State Certified OR enrolled in the CNA/HHA training program * Successfully pass the Wonderlic Entrance Assessment Exam with a score of 150 in English and 150 in Math. * Proof of good health: A report, including a medical history, physical examination and PPD test or chest x-ray is required. * Must be able to exert 20-50 lbs. of force occasionally, 10-25 lbs. of force frequently, and/or up to 10 lbs of force constantly to move objects * Must be free from conviction or have clearance from the CA Department of Health Services * A student liability insurance
Location: Palo Alto Center for Healthcare Education, Inc. (P.A.C.H.E., Inc.) 4151 Middlefield Rd Suite 101 Palo Alto, CA 94303 USA Tel. no.: 650.858.6810 Fax no.: 650.856.7886

Kennedy Center for International Studies Foundation

September 8, 2009 Category :Training Centers 2

The Kennedy Center for International Studies Foundation Inc. is an institution which offers a wide variety of educational services. Among these are their Elementary and High School Independent Study Program, Comprehensive English Language Training Program with courses in ESL, Business English, and review courses for TOEFL, TSE, and IELTS, Conversational and Academic Filipino, College Entrance Examination Review and SAT Preparatory, Digital Animation (in preparation), Academic Tutorials, and Summer Art and Sports Classes. All KCIS programs can be offered on individual, group or corporate basis. – Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and Test of Spoken English (TSE) Review Courses These are courses designed to help individuals or groups who plan to study or work in the United States and its territories, Canada, and other countries where English is the medium of communication. – International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (English for International Opportunity) The IELTS course in General Training is designed for individuals or groups who plan to immigrate or undertake non-academic skills training or work experience in Australia, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand. American universities are increasingly accepting IELTS for admissions purposes.
Location: Kennedy Center for International Studies Foundation 501 Southgate Building, Finance Avenue, Madrigal Business Center, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines 1708 Tel. Nos. (632) 772 3554 Fax (632) 809 2261

International Direct Placement Specialist, Inc..

September 8, 2009 Category :Training Centers 1

Below is the List of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) authorized programs for International Direct Placement Specialist, Inc. Course Authorized: Nursing Assistant Duration: 1 to 2 Years Course Authorized: Certificate in Caregiver NC II Duration: 6 Months
Location: International Direct Placement Specialist, Inc. Mezzanine, CLC Business Center 425 Rizal Avenue Axt., Caloocan City Philippines

Carenet Healthcare Institute

September 8, 2009 Category :Training Centers 0

Carenet Healthcare Institute offers the following : – Caregiver Training & Assessment Center – Household Services NCII – NCLEX Review Online – Japanese Language & Culture Course
Location: Carenet Healthcare Institute Carenet Healthcare Institute 4/F Piedra Bldg. Chino Roces Avenue, Barangay San Antonio, Makati City Philippines Phone: (+632) 8904547 (+632)8907594

NC-CLEX, Inc. (Nursing Center for Clinical Laboratory Experience)

September 8, 2009 Category :Training Centers 4

NC-CLEX is a subsidiary of Educational Excellence, Inc., based in the state of Florida. Dr. Francisco’s long time vision of establishing a clinical skills laboratory for nurses and health professionals in the Philippines came into existence in 1994. Since then the firm became the prime training center in the country that consistently provides quality health care programs accredited in the USA uniquely supplemented by actual hands-on practice and exactly patterned after the USA’s standards of care and practice. Mission: To provide the nurses and other health care professionals the most effective review preparation and updated post-graduate trainings aimed to enhance global clinical skills, cultural adaptability, personal growth and professional development. Vision: Excellent, professional and quality learning institution for review program, globally patterned hands –on trainings for national and world class nursing practice and job opportunities. In celebration of NC-CLEX 10th year anniversary, NC-CLEX is offering POST GRADUATE TRAINING COURSES with valid accreditation in the USA up to 50% dicount for the entire month of August (First Come First Served Basis) NC-CLEX offers FREE Nursing Seminar every Saturday, Starts at 8:00 AM
Location: NC-CLEX, Inc. (Nursing Center for Clinical Laboratory Experience) Ground Floor, KB Arizona Tower 838 P.Campa Street Sampaloc, Manila Phone: 741-0641 Fax: 741-6045

Research Institute for Tropical Medicine

September 8, 2009 Category :Training Centers 2

The Research Institute for Tropical Medicine was formally established in 1981 with the signing of E.O. 674, authorizing the creation of a research facility under the Department of Health. This was funded by a grant-in-aid from the Government of Japan, administered through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The RITM is tasked with planning and implementing research programs for infectious and/or tropical diseases. In 1989, through another grant-in-aid from the Japanese Government, the RITM Center for Training in Tropical Infectious Diseases was established for the expansion and integration of the RITM core facilities. In November 2000, the Biologicals Production Service (BPS) of the Department of Health was formally merged with the RITM. The history of BPS dates back in the 18th century under the Spanish Regime when King Charles IV sent a scientific mission to the Philippines. The objective of the mission was to look into the smallpox problem in the Philippines. The mission established the vaccine laboratory in the country with smallpox vaccine as the first product. The vaccine laboratory was later expanded to produce other vaccines as well as anti-sera. The merger of RITM and BPS gave rise to a more comprehensive and logical approach in the control of infectious and/or tropical diseases through research and biologicals production. Research Institute for Tropical Medicine currently offers the following TRAINING PROGRAMS: – Medical Technologist Externship Training Program for young medical technologist graduates – Training for Medical Technologists, Nurses of Satellite Hospitals on proper blood collection, individual recruitment and counselling, proper screening and collection of blood – Individual training programs on entomology – JICA, DOH, private institutions and hospitals depending on the individual needs – Third Country Training Program on the Laboratory Diagnosis of HIV/AIDS and Opportunistic Infections – JICA (may include STDs depending on schedule) – Training of clinicians and laboratory staff in various aspects of laboratory diagnosis of bacterial infections – Infectious Disease Training Programs for residents in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine and Family Medicine (inter-institutional arrangements only) – Residency Training in Infectious/Tropical Dermatology (Dept. of Health Qualifying Exam required) For details send e-mail to: info@ritm.gov.ph Attention: Training & Technology Transfer Committee
Location: Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) Department of Health Compound, FILINVEST Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, 1781 Philippines Phone: (632) 809-7599 (632) 807-2628 to 32 Fax: (632) 842-2245