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Our CNA program prepares students for a career as a healthcare professional. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) helps patients or clients with healthcare needs under the direct supervision of the nurses responsible for providing direct patient care such as a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).  Individuals interested in taking on this title needs a strong work ethic as CNAs often spend more time with patients than anyone else on the health care team. A CNA program may also be a prerequisite for students who need direct patient care experience as an admission requirement for a higher level health care program. CNAs are employed by most long term care facilities, hospitals, home health firms and on some cases, privately by individuals who want extra help when they are in a health care facility or in their own home.  

Our CNA training program takes a total of 120 hours to complete. This includes 72 classroom hours, 24 clinical experience hours and 24 hours for lab and skill enhancement training. All of this is packed into 3 weeks of intensive, inspiring and comprehensive classes. Students on completing our training program would have a sizable comparative advantage in the workplace in skills and management besides being able able to understand and explain the various structural concepts in allied health care. Included in our training program are lessons on: communication, infection control, basic safety/emergencies, body mechanics/ergonomics & assisting the patient with mobility, environment, basic human needs, measuring vital signs, hygiene and grooming, nutrition, elimination, body system, cognitive impairment and mental Illness, disease and conditions, rehabilitation and restorative care, death and dying, as well as relevant vocabulary and abbreviations commonly used.
After training, students are enrolled to take the State approved test to be certified by The State of Oklahoma. Victory Academy is also a state certified testing center as well. our well priced package include testing fees so you do not have to stress out about where and how to take your test.

Home Health Aide (HHA)

Home Health Aides (HHA) provide care for a variety of reasons, ranging from short-term illness and accident recovery to long-term issues such as geriatric care and chronic illness. There are numerous care giver Jobs in this field with many sub-specialties available for those with HHA classes under their belt. Home-care services are increasing in demand, and Home Health Aide training can help students to gain certification through specific programs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, home health aide demand is expected to increase by 50% through the year 2018, and this makes  HHA career a very stable opportunity.

At Victory Academy, we cover topics such as: personal hygiene, safe transfer and lifting techniques, vital sign reading and recording procedures, basic nutrition, infection, protection and control. The 16 hours of clinical training involves supervision by a nurse before the student can touch patients. Once the required hours in the HHA class are completed, the student can take The State administered Home Health Aid exam of which successful completion leads to full certification and opens the worker to caregiver private-duty jobs.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Victory Academy gives students the crucial skills required to act quickly and administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to cardiac arrest victims in emergency instances before EMTs can come to rescue. To avoid deaths and capture potential threats, providing basic care abilities is a primary goal we have for our students. The training we do comprises of comprehensive discussions and hands-on practice that make use of real life emergency rescue situations.  We cover topics such as: CPR Introduction, Adult CPR, Two-Person CPR, Use of breathing bags, First aid basics, Environmental and Medical emergencies, Recovery Position as well as the use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Ensuring the safety of citizens and compliance to health standards, Victory Academy Health training prepares its students to extend their knowledge and resources for the assurance of health in others’. Come to the training ground that supports your aspirations and promotes your growth.


At Victory Academy, our Certified Medication Assistant training program meets the Oklahoma State training requirements of the Certified Medication Technician examination. The program takes a total of 20 hours to complete. Through lectures, role-playing, group activities, and laboratory practice, the students learn: Medication administration and the medication technician’s role, the different uses for medication, medication standards and regulations, observing physical and behavioral changes, reporting and recording changes, responsibilities when assisting in a visit to a healthcare professional, basic medication responses and interactions, forms of medication and routes of administration, correct storage procedures, how to use reference and resource material, procedures for safely administering medication and Documentation procedures.