Certified Nurse Aide Training Course (CNA)

CNAs provide a crucial role in healthcare and work as support members of a medical team. A CNA qualification can take you to many places, from nursing homes to extended-care facilities, hospitals, rehabilitation centers,and doctors’ offices.

Our thorough and balanced classes for students interested in becoming CNAs consist of three components that must be successfully completed in order for a student to graduate.

You will learn how to support adult patients with daily living activities and how to deliver basic care under the immediate supervision of a nursing specialist. You will also build skills in nutrition, hydration, mobility, and psycho-social needs. CNA classes with Hoku’s will prepare you for work at the highest level of the profession.


  1. 2 step TB
  2. Immunization Record
  3. Must be 18 years of age
  4. High School Diploma or GED equivalent
  5. Application Form
  6. Valid Photo ID or Drivers License
  7. Criminal Background and Drug Testing
  8. PE Exam within 3 months of Clinical Rotation
  9. CPR/First Aide (Hoku’s Nurse Aide Training Program to assist in obtaining certification)

Students will need the following:

  1. Notebook, Pen, Pencil, Eraser, etc.
  2. White Covered Shoes
  3. Nursing Scrub Top and Scrub Pants
  4. Instructor to announce additional supplies as needed


Cardio Pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) / First Aide Certification

Whether you are a healthcare professional looking to obtain or renew a certification, a parent, childcare provider, safety officer, personal trainer, or indeed anyone keen to learn this vital life-saving skill, our comprehensive CPR course will ensure you are equipped with the necessary skills to save a life.

You never know when you might need to go give First Aid. No one wants to be in the awful position of not knowing what to do should a situation arise. Our comprehensive training course provides hands-on training, ensuring a thorough understanding of delivering First Aid. Our course includes Primary and Secondary Essential Skills of Patient Care: SETUP, Primary Assessment, One Rescuer CPR, Choking Management, Control of Bleeding, Shock Management, Illness Assessment, and Injury Assessment.

Phlebotomy Training (schedule/times to be announced)

Before starting your career as a phlebotomist, it’s recommended that you complete a specialist training program.

Our Phlebotomy training coursewill ensure you are prepared with everything you need to know to work in the field of Phlebotomy.A Phlebotomist is a key member of the medical community and their job duties typically involvedrawing patient blood samples, explaining process and procedures to patients, sending blood and/or urine samples to a lab for testing, and properly cleaning and sterilizing equipment used in medical procedures. In some instances, Phlebotomists may also be responsible for taking blood pressure, pulse, and respiration readings. It can be a rewarding career in its own right, but phlebotomy certification can also complement your skillset if you are a CNA.

Medical Assistant Certification Program, CCMA.

Prepares the student to sit for the CCMA certification exam. Medical Assistants are versatile to the members of the medical team, skilled in completing both clinical and administrative  tasks. The purpose of the program is to prepare students for postsecondary education and or employment in the Medical Assistant Industry.

A Medical Assistant functions under the direction of a licensed healthcare provider like a MD, DO, APRN, PA, etc. Plays a crucial role in the outpatient settings. These include but are not limited to physicians offices, hospital outpatient clinics, urgent care settings, diagnostic centers ( radiology, lab, sleep centers, etc. ) and same day surgical departments. They are responsible for assisting with patient care and procedures, administering medications, documenting routine office laboratory and diagnostic procedures, as well as performing administrative medical office tasks and coding and billing.

Students will learn : Medical terminology, Administritive skills for Medical offices, Ethics and professionalism, Insurance claims, Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology.

Duties of Medical Assistant include but are not limited to the following:

Skills Lab is covered in three clinical skills labs sessions

  1. Preparing for the patient visit
  2. Vital signs
  3. Client Intake
  4. Assisting providers with examinations and procedures
  5. Hand hygiene ( Handwashing and alcohol rub)
  6. Preparing and administering medications and injectables
  7. Eye, ear and topical medications
  8. Perform CPR
  9. Identifying and responding to emergency/priority situations
  10. First Aid and basic wound care
  11. Assisting with minor or traumatic injuries
  12. Assisting with surgical interventions
  13. Staple and suture removal
  14. Aseptic techniques for clinical situation
  15. Disinfection and sanitization
  16. Disposal of biohazard materials
  17. CLIA waived testing procedures
  18. Phlebotomy
  19. EKG and cardivascular testing

To take the National exam a student must have a high school diploma or GED.

Students will have 3 months to complete lectures, assignments, labs/skills, quizzes, modules and pass the final exam .

Upon successfully completion of program the student will recieve a Certificate of Completion and will then be eligible to sit for a national credentialing exam with the National Healthcareer Association.

Tuition cost of Medical Assistant Program is $1850.00 and includes the National Exam fee.

All Medical Assistant (CCMA) courses are available via zoom and classroom lectures. Students must be in classroom on all lab days.