Donna Borders, Department Chair
The Nurse Aide program prepares you to work as an entry-level bedside caregiver in health care facilities or home health care services. You can work in a variety of positions: nursing assistant, nurse aide, orderly or attendant.
This program teaches you the basic skills and procedures needed to assist hospital clients, long-term care residents, and home health care clients with their daily living activities.
Successful completion of any CCR course or qualifying placement score or exemption.
To succeed in this program, you must have a sincere concern for people, good physical and emotional health, an excellent attendance record, an ability to communicate effectively with other health care personnel, patients and their families, and a neat, well-groomed appearance.
Note: Clinical agencies used during the program require that you successfully complete a background check, drug screening, immunization series and CPR training; you must also carry malpractice insurance.
Successful completion of NUA 101 , NUA 170 , NUA 171 , and NUA 102 .
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