NURSE AIDE PROGRAM
The objective of the nurse aide program is to prepare the student for an entry- level position as a nurse aide found in – sitting. Students will learn to provide basic patient care under the direction of nursing staff in residential care facilities. Students will be issued a certificate of completion after completing the nurse aide program.
|Course Description||Course Number||Course Title||Lec||Lab||Externship||Total Clock Hours|
|NURA||101||Introduction to Long-term Care||16||0||0||16|
|NURA||102||Personal Care skills||10||6||0||16|
|NURA||103||Basic Nursing Skills||8||6||0||14|
|NURA||105||Mental Health & Social services Needs||5||0||0||5|
|NURA||107||Clinical Nurse aide Practice||0||0||40||40|
Students must meet the minimum requirements for graduation within the program period. The classroom portion of the training is 60 hours (20 hours per week for 3 weeks) and the clinical portion is 40 hours (5 days) for a total of 100 hours. Students must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 60 classroom hours and 40 clinical hours for consideration for graduation.