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Great school for Caregivers!
A very cool and wonderful place to learn the administrator is so wonderful and super nice
UCHH is a great place with a right atmosphere for learning, the instructor's way of training is just the best for any race.
Your time and money is well spent here. Thank you Sly & Brisa! Highly recommend UCHH!
Love this school money well spent
Good instructor and hands on skills...
Excellent place to get your CNA
Great school awseome teacher!!!
Excellent teacher, mentor, instructor! I can’t say enough about the whole experience. I love doing what I do and I am good at what I do because of Sly. Thank you again!
Thank you, Sly, for making me think Outside the box and empowering us.
I don't know who in the world would give this place a positive review. My time there was miserable and stressful. The instructor is totally unprofessional. No doubt that he knows his stuff, but his teaching methods are sloppy. A lot of things we were tested on weren't even in our CNA book, just your best educated guess. The instructor can be very rude, intimidating, and condescending. If you do not have a background in caregiving then this is not the place for you; you blow by the subjects fast. I'd recommend CNM which is more in depth with nicer instructors that don't insult you (per my coworkers), and it's half the price. When you get to the skills sessions, you're expected to perform the skills perfectly right off the bat when you've had minimal instruction. We literally watched the skills videos once (in class) and were expected to study notes on the skills at home, and then perform the skills perfectly in class after briefly watching the videos. It's much different to watch a video, or read instructions on how to do a skill, then actually perform the skill the first couple of times. You are unable to practice the majority of these skills at home due to lack of equipment. God forbid you make a mistake, you will be yelled at, humiliated in front of others, and told to sit down. If you don't have a thick skin, move on.The instructor should be showing you how to perform each of the skills, walking you through the skill, and helping you when you get stuck at a certain point, not embarrassing you. It's a learning experience and will take lots of practice. You have to look up the CNA skills on YouTube if you want to gain understanding. The morning class fairs better than the evening class, most of the time you're allowed to leave early in the evening and lose out on practice time and video time.
Ended up at the emergency room here on a Sunday for some stitches for a laceration on my lower leg. My medical group's urgent care center wasn't sure if I...read this and 33 more