Become A Nursing Assistant (NA)
October 2020 Classes:
Evening Class Schedule—8 Week Program
Class Starts October 13, 2020
Class Meets Tuesday-Thursday 5pm-9:15
Last week of Class---Class Meets Monday-Thursday
Clinicals are Mondays/day time schedule----October 26th, November 2nd, November, 9th, November 16th, November 23rd
Day Class Schedule—5 Week Program
Class Starts October 19, 2020
Class and Clinicals are during the week. Monday-Friday Day-time schedule
Stop by 922 John Marshall Highway Front Royal, Va. For Details and Registration. Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-5pm
Or Call us at 540-622-6464
Upon the successful completion of this 140-hour program, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion from Empowering Health Education (EHE). Graduates are then eligible to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) license exam, to receive their Certified Nurse’s Aide License (CNA) in Virginia. Approved by the Virginia State Board of Nursing. This course includes 80 hours of classroom training, 20 hours of lab, and 40 hours of clinicals. The curriculum includes communication and interpersonal skills, infection control, safety measures, emergency measures, client rights, basic nursing skills, personal care skills, individual client’s needs, basic restorative services, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, cancer and care of the client when death is imminent, legal and regulatory Aspects, and other topics that relate to the Nurse Aide.
Be at least 18 years old
Must provide Driver's License or State ID
Must be able to read, write, and understand English at least on an 8th grade level.
High school diploma or GED recommended
Must not have been convicted of any Barrier Crimes—For more information see: Guidance Document 90-55 at http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/Boards/Nursing/PractitionerResources/GuidanceDocuments/index.html
Student must provide:
- PPD/TB Skin test results--Can be obtained from primary care doctor or Med Express
- White or black closed toe, non slip shoes for clinicals
- Criminal Background Check
Tuition and fees include: CPR Certification, Course Outline Materials, Scrubs, State Exam Fee, Lab Fee, and Lab Kit. Lab Kit includes carry bag, stethoscope, sphygmomanometer (BP cuff), and gait belt.