Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 18, 2008
Central Texas Nurse Network, Inc announces a new nurses aid program, designed to help those intending to enter the health care industry, those who are changing their profession and those intending to improve their lives and the life of others.
Becoming a nurse assistant can lead to a path of a successful career in health care. As the shortage Nurses deepens the need and the role of nurse assistant become very indispensable. Where there is a need of a nurse, there is a need of a nurse assistant therefore a nurse assistant can work in a hospital, nursing home, assisted living, home care, clinics, school setting, doctors office. Every area of nursing could benefit from a well trained certified nurse assistant: pediatric, medical surgical, labor and delivery, post partum, artipedic, nursing home, intensive care, emergency care, preventive care and etc.
This program is open to anyone age 16 and up, offers an opportunity for high-school students inclined to join the health care profession. Also it's a great opportunity to earn money while going to school, the average wage being $10 or higher.
"For 4 years, we've trained more than 1,600 students," notes the program director. "Many of those students have moved upward into the industry. As the director of the program we continue to strive to reach those interested in this noble profession. We want to expand the influence of Nursing to the world; Central Texas Nurse Network allows us to accomplish this goal."
For more information, please contact:
Veronique Johnson, Program Director.
Central Texas Nurse Network, Inc
313 E Rundberg #208
Austin, Texas 78753
Visit us online at http://www.nurseaid-training.com