Video Feedback from an Instructor in Scranton, PA

From Maria Fitzgerald, MSN, RN: “Thank you for channeling these videos in my direction. I have viewed a few videos and feel they will be very useful. I like the short and simply directions, as well as the visual effects. Having students practice some skills while watching certain video will benefit visual, aural, verbal, and …

Video Feedback from an Instructor in TX

From Kim MacNaughton, RN, Medina ISD, Medina, TX: “I am so very excited to use these videos. We are a 1A school with a first year CNA program, I have 8 dynamic senior students. We travel 25 minutes to clinicals from a rural area. I have taught LVN school in the past, these videos are …

Video Feedback from an Instructor in WI

From Barb Tuchscherer, RN, MSN, Fox Valley Technical College: “Hartman Nursing Assistant videos are wonderful. Our faculty and students at Fox Valley Technical College are very pleased. Comments I have received are they are clear, easy to understand/follow and very user friendly. The content is current and engaging. The favorite feature is the video on pre/post …

Video Feedback from an Instructor in Numine, PA

From Tamara Cessna, Numine, PA: “Thank you so much for providing this learning tool! I’ve reviewed several of the videos and they demonstrate the steps clearly and accurately. I’ve been a nurse aide trainer for more than eight years and, as most instructors are, I’m very particular about teaching the students the skills. These skills …

Hartman’s New Skills Videos are Here!

We have created 23 new videos that are now available for your use. Deciding to produce these videos and to focus on the skills most often tested on the certification exam was the result of hundreds of conversations with instructors and program directors last fall. Each video contains an introduction to the skill or topic, …

ESL Students Having Success with Our Textbook

A customer in CO called to report that our textbook (Hartman’s Nursing Assistant Care: Long-Term Care, 3e) is working well for her. She has a student from Kenya and one from Ethiopia in her nurse aide class and was concerned that learning from our English-language textbook might prove to be too difficult. Her worries were …