The Nurse Aide Level I program, or beginning of the multi-skilled NA certificate program, is a 165-hour program that includes intensive lecture/lab, a clinical component and state exam preparation. Students learn patient care skills used in long-term care facilities, hospitals and home care agencies.
Upon successful completion of this program, students can continue on to the Nurse Aide Level II course of study or they can apply to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) state exam. Once the students have successfully completed this exam, they will be listed on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry.
If you would like more information about the nurse aide programs offered through Stanly Community College, contact Nurse Aide Coordinator Dana Craven, RN, at 704-991-0342 or email@example.com.
NA-I at Albemarle – Top to bottom: Christie Sampson, Sarah Barnhardt, Amanda Little, RN (Instructor), Deanna Talbert, Julie Lail, Gabriel Benjamin, Hannah Turner, Whitney Williams, Paulette Whitrow and Amber McClure.
NA-I Hybrid at Crutchfield – First row: (L to R): Lori Reeder, RN (Instructor), Hailee Vogel and McKenzie Overcash. 2nd row: Whitney Kellis, Lindsey Ashley and Ashlee Tucker. 3rd row: Shelley Morton, Joseph Armstrong, Susan Graff and Alex Beveridge.
NA-I at Albemarle – Seated: (L to R): Mary Chambers and Zinaya Bruton. Standing: Latoya Little, Britney Shaffer, Aleshia Thurmond, Brittney Rubac, Samantha Hamby and Jennifer Lowder, RN (Instructor). Not pictured: Ceara Allen.
NA-I at Crutchfield – Front row: (L to R): Adrienne Hucks, Alesha Galbreath, Sabrina Brown and Brooke Chandler. Back row: Kristen Murr, Nancy Murr, RN (Instructor), Savannah Parks and Dazunah Toole.