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Nurse Aide I & II | Continuing Education

The Nurse Aide curriculum will prepare you to work under the supervision of licensed nursing professionals in performing nursing care and services for persons of all ages. Course topics include Growth and Development, Personal Care, Vital signs and more. 

Nurse Aide I training includes basic nursing skills required to provide safe, competent personal care for individuals with an emphasis on:

  • Person-Centered Care
  • Aging Process
  • Communication
  • Safety/Emergencies
  • Infection Prevention
  • Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Measurements
  • Elimination
  • Nutrition
  • Basic Restorative Care and Rehabilitation
  • Dementia
  • Mental Health
  • End-of-Life Care
Cost

$180 Registration Fee
$22.60 Insurance, Student Fees, etc.
$202.60 Total

Acceptance is First Come, First Serve Basis

A CPR Certification training class is included in the price of the Nurse Aide I Course and is scheduled on a certain date; however, it is the student’s responsibility to bring $4.50 to the CPR class for payment for the CPR card.

For Additonal Information, Contact:
Sheila Smith at 910 272-3397
or
Felecia Oxendine at 910-272-3395

Requirements
  • Proof of English 111 or higher English course
    • OR students must complete TABE Reading Test
    • You must have passed the reading test before per-registering.
  • Current TB Skin Test
  • Picture ID
  • Social Security Card 
Screening Process

All students will be required to complete a drug screen\ official background check. The performance of the drug screen\criminal background check is currently a requirement of the clinical sites with whom the College has contracted to provide clinical training and experience to the College’s Health Sciences students. It will be your responsibility to pay for the drug screen / criminal background check. Additional information regarding the ONLINE company you will complete this through will be provided at the preregistration.

The clinical sites have the discretionary right to refuse to permit a student having a positive drug screen and/or criminal record from receiving clinical training in their facility and that this determination is made by the clinical sites individually without input from the College. In the event that you are denied placement in a clinical facility by any of the clinical sites, you will be unable to successfully complete the Program, as the Program’s clinical objectives cannot be met, and you will be dismissed from the Program by the College.

Schedule
SCHEDULE WILL BE UPDATED UPON AVAILABILITY OF CLASSES
 

The Nurse Aide II course provides training in selected advanced NA procedures. Emphasis is placed on sterile techniques, wound and tracheostomy care, respiratory procedures, catheterizations, irrigations, and ostomy care. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the skills necessary to qualify as a Nurse Aide II with NCBON. 

Registration

$180 Registration Fee
$22.60 Insurance, Student Fees, etc.
$202.60 Total

Acceptance is First Come, First Serve Basis

For Additonal Information, Contact:
Sheila Smith at 910 272-3397
or
Felecia Oxendine at 910-272-3395

 

Requirements
  • Current Nurse Aide I Certification
  • Current TB Skin Test
  • Picture ID
  • Social Security Card 
Screening Process

All students will be required to complete a drug screen\ official background check. The performance of the drug screen\criminal background check is currently a requirement of the clinical sites with whom the College has contracted to provide clinical training and experience to the College’s Health Sciences students. It will be your responsibility to pay for the drug screen / criminal background check. Additional information regarding the ONLINE company you will complete this through will be provided at the preregistration.

The clinical sites have the discretionary right to refuse to permit a student having a positive drug screen and/or criminal record from receiving clinical training in their facility and that this determination is made by the clinical sites individually without input from the College. In the event that you are denied placement in a clinical facility by any of the clinical sites, you will be unable to successfully complete the Program, as the Program’s clinical objectives cannot be met, and you will be dismissed from the Program by the College.