Certified Nurse Assistant (C.N.A.) Nurse Aide
Our current Certified nursing assistant program is a 75 hour program.
This course meets entirely in class. We have a state approved nurse assistant program going strong for over 7 years. Our current Certified nursing assistant program is a 75 hour program. Student will perform a clinical rotation through one or several long term care facilities in the greater Metro Detroit surrounding area. Students are required to have a negative TB skin test prior to registering for the class, pass a criminal background check (students should be able to work in longterm care). This course includes two free certifications, Home Health Aide and Medication Aide (each of these are online classes and can be completed at the students own pace)
Students are required to have the following prior to class:
1. Burgundy scrubs
2. white shoes, tennis, nursing, clogs
3. negative TB test
4. Background check
Students are required to pass a urine drug screen test performed onsite at the school by the 3rd week. This cost is $35.00 and must be done at the school per our contract with the extended care facility.
Please call our offices at (734) 762-3220 to register or find out more information about when classes are starting.
All instructors are Certified Nurse Aide Train the Trainers and are RN’s with BSN’s and MSN’s with over 20 years of teaching experience.
The nurse aide training program number for our school is NATP # N09014. Please visit the state of Michigan Website at http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-35299_63294_27529_27544—,00.html
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- Home Health Aide Certification (Online)
- Medication Aide Certification (Online)
- Certified Instructors
About Your Instructor
Nancy Kimmel, PhD, CNP
Professor Kimmel, director of the school, has complied all her years of experience as a university professor to build courses with a curriculum designed to graduate proficient and competent students in their prospective medical career choice.