Clarisse Bethel Bio
Cameroon native Clarisse Bethel earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting in her home country and worked in a hospital prior to coming to America in 2009.  She was recently widowed at that time and wanted to provide greater educational opportunity for her six children. Once in America she changed careers and went back to school to become a Registered Nurse followed by obtaining her Bachelors of Science in Nursing.  During the last 15 years she has had a career in nursing and begun to build a health care business.  Ms. Bethel is multi-lingual.
Nursing assistants, sometimes called nursing aides, help clients with self-care and activities of daily living. They provide skilled nursing care for patients in the Hospitals, Long-Term Care Facilities (Nursing Homes), Assisted Living, Group Homes and Health Agencies.

Short Term Training Course – 6 weeks
Must take and pass the NPAA examination through the Board of Nursing
Job Security: Job Outlook (2019-2024*) – 26%
Growth Financial Stability: Median Salary (2020*) – $25,710 per year / $15 per hour

MORNING CLASS
NA Training Program: 6 weeks training – Monday – Friday
8 AM to 2:30 pm

EVENING CLASS
NA Training Program: 7 weeks training- Monday – Friday
4 pm to 10 pm

WEEK-END CLASS
WEEKEND CLASSES FOR NA SATURDAY
NA Training Program: 10 weeks training

AND SUNDAY FOR 9 AM – 5 PM
$60 for early bird for all classes
Register Medication Administration (RMA) are responsible for administering medication to patients in an assisted living and group home setting. They work closely with health professionals and patients to administer and document medication, reading and transcribing physician orders per facility protocol. Other duties of RMA is to assist patients with their activities of daily living. In addition to physical support, RMA is compassionate and supportive to the patient and their family.
Short Term Training – 3 week course
Weekend & Week - 9 am to 5p m

Work in Different Settings
(ie: Assisted Living and Group Home)

Job Security
Financial Stability: Median Salary (2019*) – $26,400 per year / $16.00 per hour
Medication Technician Training (CMT)

This certification is provided through the Virginia State Board of Nursing. The Board of Nursing has approved Clarys CNA training center to offer the 32 hours of training to include the 4 hours of G-Tube and Insulin administration. This program is based on the curriculum of the Board of Nursing. The Board of Nursing has designed this curriculum to provide practical training for persons providing personal care aide services to In-Home Care/Group Homes, Day Care and Assisted Living facilities
CMT 32 HOURS COURSES

CMT Training Program:
Monday through Thursday 8 am – 4 pm
Personal care aides—also called caregivers —help clients with self-care and activities of daily living. Personal care aides perform tasks that are like those of home health aides. However, personal care aides cannot provide any skilled nursing services. They also provide holistic care and assistance that enable clients to regain minimum functioning in their home.

Short Term Training Course – 1 week
Work in Different Settings (ie: group homes, homes, senior centers)
Job Security: Job Outlook (2014-2024*) – 26% growth
Financial Stability: Median Salary (2016*) – $22,965 per year / $12.09 per hour
CPR / First Aid Training
This class provides quality training for CPR/First Aid to aim to increase awareness and confidence in performing emergency response on patients with cardiac arrest. We offer a range of safety courses, teach new skills, keep knowledge up to date, ready to respond in any emergency. Our classes are hands-on in a classroom setting
OPEN SCHEDULE

FIRST AID / CPR-AED WITH AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION  
4 HOURS – First Time certification 3 HOURS – Renewal