All in all, it depends on where you're placed and what's going on in that facility while you are in clinical rotation. My program gives us a skills check-off list the first semester that we must keep throughout the program. Everything that is on the check-off should be something that we have the chance to do, such as check placement of NG tubes, glucose testing/fingersticks, specimen collections of all sorts, various IV therapy duties, wound management, genitourinary, etc, etc.
I have just finished my first semester in a Senior Living Facility and I had to learn and do the job of a CNA and then some, as well as extract information from charts for care plans
and databases for my patients. It's impossible to even begin to list everything that you learn while you're in clinical, but every single thing will be beneficial and exciting! Keep your eyes wide open and make sure you get into anything you can get your hands on!