Nursing assistants work under the supervision of registered nurses, performing entry-level patient care tasks. They are usually found working in nursing care facilities and hospitals. On top of that, there are an array of reasons why you should take it.
Emotionally Rewarding Career
It is a rewarding career for compassionate individuals who enjoy caring for people. It may be demanding work, however, it gives CNAs the opportunity to develop close relationships, especially for those who need long-term care.
Exposure to Other Health Careers
As CNAs work hand-in-hand with registered nurses, this provides them an opportunity to fully understand their work, which is beneficial if they plan to advance to these positions.
Opportunities for Advancement
The experiences and learnings that CNAs acquire from working with registered nurses are helpful to switch to a related career. They face physical and emotional challenges and this gives them an avenue to adjust to a similarly demanding job in a shorter period.
Make a Direct Difference to Patients
The basic day-to-day care work of CNA plays a vital role in a patient’s life and will make a big impact on their wellbeing. Without CNA, nurses and doctors would not have the time to look after a patient’s basic human needs.
Here in the Filipino Institute, we offer not only sustainable programs, but also affordable rates. In addition, we also hire qualified trainers.
Successful graduates will receive a professional diploma certified by the International Organization of Certified Professionals (IOCP) in London, the UK that already comes with free Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) attestation. The document may also be requested to have attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA). Below is a copy of the actual professional diploma:
Ready to take the course? High school diploma holders may also take this program. The first step is completing the 24-week Caregiver course at the Filipino Institute.
To know more about the program, contact the campus near you:
Point of Contact: Dean Cheryl Delim, Mr. Trebb Gomez, Mr. Lorenzo Florendo
Call / WhatsApp: +971 56 113 0989, +971 55 583 9969
Telephone: +971 4 234 0401
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, dubai@firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 604, Al Zarooni Building, Al Rigga, Deira, Dubai, UAE
Point of Contact: Dean Sunshine Estrada, Dean Lloyd Perez
Call / WhatsApp: +971 54 458 5434 or +971 54 515 1767
Al Ain Campus:
Point of Contact: Dean Andy Green
Call / WhatsApp: +971 56 284 1822
Address: M1, room 2, same building ng Al Ansari Exchange, opposite ng KFC, Khalifa Street, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Abu Dhabi Campus
Point of Contact: Dean Leny Retotar
Call / WhatsApp: +971 50 203 9916
Address: Office 301 Burj Al Arab Building, same building of EMAX Showroom, Hamdan Street, Abu Dhabi
Mansoura, Qatar Campus
Point of Contact: Dean Antoinette Concepcion
Call / WhatsApp: 55975138, 50725199, or 33597049
Address: 3rd Floor, Room 7, Al Manama Building, Mansoura (the same building with Hyundai Showroom), B Ring Road, Doha, Qatar
Manama, Bahrain Campus
Point of Contact: Dean Gem Reyes
Call / WhatsApp: 36198188, 33098683, or 35978778
Address: Office 112, Building 268, Old Palace Road, Block 308, near Gudaibiya Police Station, Manama, Kindom of Bahrain