RSB Nursing Assistant Training Program

Helping Hand

DUTIES OF A CNA

If you've always had a compassionate nature and a desire to help others, then becoming a Certified Nurse's Assistant is a career path for you. As a CNA, you are responsible for the basic care needs of your patients. CNAs help restore health and independence for many elderly and disabled clients through services that range from companionship to assisting with chores and basic hygiene needs.

  • Bathing and dressing
  • Grooming (hair care, nail, foot care)
  • Brushing teeth/denture care
  • Socialization/activities
  • Feeding
  • Toileting/cleaning
  • Turning & positioning
  • Transfer bed-chair/chair-bed


  • Vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and temperature)
  • Observation/reporting conditions

Restoring Health & Independence

With Compassionate Assistance