Certified Nurse Aide – CNA

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Date(s) - August 1, 2021 - December 31, 2025
12:00 am

Days: Varies

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Location
NCC Campus

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This course is 75 hours in length and meets the requirements for taking the Nursing Assistant Certification Exam which qualifies personnel to work as a nursing assistant in Long Term Care. The purpose of the course is to develop the basic skills to care for the elderly. This course consists of 30 hours of lecture, 15 hours of simulated lab time, and 30 hours of clinical. This course offers 3 hours of college credit. *Fee includes tuition, textbook, materials, and first attempt for state competency testing. Need-based tuition assistance may be available.

Course#DayDateTimeFee
74324M, TH10-28-21/12-17-214:00P-9:30P$650
75519T, TH01-11-22/03-01-224:00P-9:30P$650
75520M, W02-14-22/04-04-224:00P-9:30P$650
75521Hybrid01-25-22/04-30-22Hybrid$650
75522Hybrid03-11-22/05-18-22Hybrid$650
75523M, W, TH06-01-22/06-27-227:00A-2:00P$650
75524T, TH, F07-05-22/07-29-227:00A-2:00P$650

Please submit an application for admissions

Uniform/scrubs, closed toe shoes, and a watch with a second hand are required for the clinical portion of the course. Clinical sites to be announced at class.

All of these courses may require attendance on one Saturday.

State competency testing is scheduled several times each month.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS
As of July 1, 2010, criminal background checks will be required on each student enrolling in the certified nurse aide course. The criminal background checks will be completed prior to the first night of class. Criminal convictions or documented history of abuse may prevent students from participating in the clinical education experience. Students unable to participate in clinical education will be unable to complete the course requirements. The Department of Inspections and Appeals (DIA) regulations can be found on their website.


Instructor: To Be Determined
Location: NCC Campus Building H
Section: various
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