Health Occupations Technician students pass Prometric exam

Provided photo: From left include Teacher aide Meghan Carpenter, Dante McClain (Lockport), Mackenzie Moore-Cuillo (Lockport), Sharifah Ziad (Lockport), Maddison Keen (Lockport), Lexoni Russo (Medina), Olivia O'Ship (Newfane), Isabella Joy (Barker) and teacher Debra Dittmer.

Posted 13 June 2024 at 8:38 am

Press Release, Orleans/Niagara BOCES

MEDINA – Congratulations to the Health Occupations Technician (HOT) students at the Orleans Career and Technical Education Center! Teacher Debra Dittmer is thrilled to announce that they had a 100% pass rate on the Prometric exam!

“Successfully passing the Prometric test and earning a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification marks a pivotal moment for students dedicated to healthcare,” Dittmer said.  “This achievement reflects their comprehensive understanding of crucial patient care practices, including vital sign monitoring, patient mobility assistance, and infection control.

“The certification process, validated by the challenging Prometric exam, ensures that CNAs are well-prepared to meet the demands of their roles with competence and compassion,” Dittmer said. “This milestone not only enhances their professional credentials but also signifies their readiness to deliver high-quality care, making a positive impact in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare environments.”