In these trying economic times, our new courses expand the opportunity for interested individuals to get in the healthcare industry
San Jose, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) July 20, 2011
The South Bay School of Nursing, located in San Jose, is currently enrolling for new courses. The new San Jose nursing program courses will be geared toward acupressure and massage therapy, which is seeing a growing demand within the healthcare system.
“In these trying economic times, our new courses expand the opportunity for interested individuals to get in the healthcare industry,” said Flo Lallana of South Bay School of Nursing.
Each of the courses will be taught by experts with their field. The Acupressure Certification Program will be conducted by a Certified Acupressure Instructor with several years of experience within the industry. The Massage Therapy Certification Program will be jointing conducted by Dr. Ron Guild, B.S., D.C., I.D.E. and Dr. Shafiq Ansari, LVN, D.C.
Certified Nursing Assistants play a major role in providing the most basic needs for patients, young and old alike, whether in a nursing home, hospital, adult day health centers, assisted living facilities, and even in personal homes. Students will learn how to work closely with patients and provide assistance with daily living tasks.
These positions are recession-proof. There is always a need for a well-educated and caring CNA and South Bay School of Nursing can help train new CNAs and help transition the unemployed seeking a new and rewarding career path.
For more information on the new classes or any of the classes offered at South Bay School of Nursing, contact them at (408) 564-7242 or visit them on the web at http://www.southbayschoolofnursing.com/. They are located at 1630 Oakland Road, Suite A-204 in San Jose.
About South Bay School of Nursing
The Nurse Assistant Training Program at South Bay School of Nursing is designed to qualify the student for the California State Certification through a San Jose CNA program, nursing program and massage therapy school. Preparation includes 50 hours of classroom instruction and 100 hours of supervised clinical training within the guidelines set by the State Department of Public Health Services. Student must pass the State Competency Examination to be a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant).