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SCC Offers Special Nurse Aide Training

NA-I Students(April 14, 2014) The following students participated in the Stanly Community College (SCC) Nurse Aide Level I (NA-I) training offered at the Albemarle Public Housing (APH) Family Life Center. This course, which includes classroom, laboratory, and clinical learning experiences, is an intense preparation for the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry exam. It also serves as the prerequisite to other healthcare training courses such as Home Care Aide, Phlebotomy, Medication Aide, and the Multi-Skilled Nurse Aide Certificate Program.

This special off-campus offering of the NA-I class is in response to community request for classes. The Public Housing Department and college partnership, as well as the success of these talented students, has paved the way for future health occupations and High School Equivalency (formally known as GEDâ„¢) classes at the Family Life Center.

If you would like more information about the nurse aide programs offered through Stanly Community College, contact Nurse Aide Coordinator Nina Schrenkel, RN, at 704-991-0342.

NA-I Students

Pictured left to right, front row: Ava Ratliff, Brianna Jefferson and Lateshia Williams. Back row: Pam Poole, RN (Instructor), Gaylyn Quesenberry, RN (Co-Instructor), Jade Gilbert, Megan Watkins, Starla Hulin, Heather Burke, Tessa Jackson, Tyhesha Crump, Dagmar Jackson, Sheena Medley, Meghan Farmer, Cecilia Jackson, Lamar Harris and Janice Harris. Not pictured: Khadijah Clark