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CNA Apprenticeship Program

As a CNA Apprentice, you will enjoy being a Delmar Gardens employee. Honesty, personality, patience and perseverance mixed with love, care and understanding are the key characteristics of the unique staff that comprise the Delmar Gardens Family.

This is an exclusive opportunity to launch your career while training to be a Certified Nurse Assistant with one of St. Louis' most highly rated healthcare employers.

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Healthcare Pre-Apprenticeship

Prepare for a CNA Registered Apprenticeship Program in this two week course designed to ready you for success!

Explore career pathways in healthcare, learn medical terminology, and build work-readiness skills in communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, teamwork, and conflict resolution.

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Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Training

This non-credit program prepares individuals for entry-level positions as certified nurse assistants in local nursing homes. Applicants for training must meet all screening and testing requirements to include a background check, drug screen, physical exam, proof of immunizations, hepatitis A and B vaccinations, and negative TB test. The ability to lift up to 50 pounds is required. All applicants must achieve acceptable testing level on the WorkKeys assessment.  Applicants must have a high school diploma or high school equivalency (HSE). Selected participants take part in classroom instruction and clinical practice. Soft skill training is incorporated into the program. 

COST OF PROGRAM

There are no costs to the individual. All instructional materials for this training will be provided through funding sources. 

SCHEDULE

This training program requires a full-time 11-week commitment on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from the participants.  Classroom instruction time is 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and clinical are held 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday at Delmar Gardens West. 

Below are the steps of the application process.  Applicants will need to complete and provide the following information:

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Step 1 – Contact SLATE at 314-657-3504, 314-657-3505, or 657-3562 to attend an information session and complete WorkKeys testing.                                                           
  • Step 2 – Complete drug test, criminal background check, and Family Care Safety Registry (FCSR) as designated by SLATE. All applicants are required to have a clear drug test, background screening, and family care safety registry.
  • Step 3 – Complete application and interview at STL Training. Please contact Angela Baker abaker@ssdmo.org or 314-989-7486 for available dates and locations. 
  • Step 4 – Applicant packet – A copy of the following documents are required to be accepted into the training.
  • High school diploma, high school transcript or GED (Foreign diplomas must be translated into English and evaluated through ECE 414-289-3400) 
  • Physical exam, proof of immunizations, hepatitis A and B vaccinations (The first vaccination of the three-step process for Hepatitis B needs to be completed 2 weeks prior to class start date),  and negative TB test.
  • Copy of background check, drug screening, and Family Care Safety Registry

All of the above information needs to be turned into STL TRAINING at least two weeks prior to class start date.

 

Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Training 

COST OF PROGRAM

There are no costs to the individual upon successfully qualifying for financial assistance. All instructional materials for this training will be provided through funding sources.

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Step 1 – Contact SLATE at 314-657-3504, 314-657-3505, 314-657-3573 or 314-657-3562 to attend information session to see if you qualify for financial assistance for the CMT training program.                                                           
  • Step 2 – If you qualify for financial assistance, fill out CMT Program Application and select a TABE test date (see below for dates and locations).  Scan form and e-mail to abaker@ssdmo.org.  The TABE test review books will be delivered to SLATE or may be picked up at South Tech High School, 12721 West Watson Road, St. Louis, MO 63127.
  • Step 3 – Complete TABE Test, if successful, receive applicant packet from STL Training.  
  • Step 4 – Complete Applicant packet and turn into STL Training 2 weeks prior to training start date.

The below requirements are required and need to be completed in order to be accepted into the training.

  • Be employed as a CNA for a minimum of six months and provide a copy of their certificate or card.
  • A copy of high school diploma, high school transcript or GED must be provided.  Foreign diplomas must be translated into English and verified through ECE (414-289-3400).
  • A letter of recommendation (on letterhead) from their current DON or administrator stating that they are recommending the employee enroll in the CMT training. 

TABE TEST DATES:

TABE TEST LOCATION:  

South Tech High School
12721 West Watson Road
Sunset Hills, MO 63127   

Insulin Administration Training

The Insulin Administration training program prepares Certified Medication Technicians (CMT) in a skilled or intermediate care facility or Level I Medication Aides (LIMA) in a residential care facility (RCF) or assisted living facility (ACF) to administer insulin. The program is designed to present information on diabetes as it relates to symptoms and implications of proper or improper treatment and to teach skills in insulin administration in order to qualify students to perform this procedure in long term care facilities in Missouri.

The curriculum content includes procedures and instruction in the following areas: diabetes and its treatment and complications; types of insulins; techniques of insulin administration; and methods of monitoring blood sugar levels.

COST OF PROGRAM

There are no costs to the individual upon successfully qualifying for financial assistance. All instructional materials for this training will be provided through funding sources.

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Step 1 – Contact SLATE at 314-657-3504, 314-657-3505, 314-657-3573 or 657-3562 to attend information session to see if you qualify for financial assistance for the training program.
  • Step 2 – If you qualify for financial assistance, have the center contact STL Training and fill out Program Application form. Scan form and e-mail back to abaker@ssdmo.org.
  • Step 3 – Complete Applicant packet and turn into STL Training 2 weeks prior to training start date.

The below requirements are required and need to be completed in order to be accepted into the training.

  • Be employed as a CMT or Level I Medication Aide.
  • A copy of high school diploma, high school transcript or GED must be provided. Foreign diplomas must be translated into English and verified through ECE (414-289-3400).
  • A letter of recommendation (on letterhead) from their current DON or administrator stating that they are recommending the employee enroll in the Insulin Administration training.
  • Applicants must be registered on the Family Care Safety Registry (FCSR) and have a clear background check through the FCSR in order to be considered for application into the Insulin Administration Program.