SCC Students Complete Nurse Aide Training (11/12/2015)

Students at the Albemarle campus and the Crutchfield Education Center of Stanly Community College (SCC) recently completed Nurse Aide (NA) training in Level I.

The NA-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 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 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 dcraven5309@stanly.edu.

NA Day at Albemarle

NA Day at Albemarle – (L to R): Ciarra Russ, Monique Ingram, Yalen Rorie, Jennifer Lowder, RN (Instructor), Christina Elizalde, Gina McBryde, and Loni Lambert.

NA Day at Crutchfield

NA Day at Crutchfield - Front Row (L to R): Kailey Simpson, Ashlyn Thomas, and Bilivia Funderburk. Middle row: Cheyanne Jacobs, Courtney Renfroe, and Katherine Vanderburg. Back Row: Michael Webb, Mandy Little, BSN, RN-BC (Instructor), and Amanda Avant.

NA Evening at Crutchfield

NA Evening at Crutchfield - (L to R) – Kiersten Spurrier, Kayla Plummer, Alyssa Dash, Nancy Murr, RN (Instructor), Stormy Hinson, Piper Stamey-Lucas, and Shelby Watson.

NA-1 Hybrid

NA-1 Hybrid – Front row (L to R): Banda Inthisone, Allison Huneycutt, and Ashley Lambert. Middle row: Jessica Mosby, Mersadies Smith, and Stefanie Jaap. Back row: Miranda Craven and Mandy Little, BSN, RN-BC (Instructor).

NA Evening at Albemarle

NA Evening at Albemarle – Front row (L to R): Morgan Thompson and Jordan Plummer. Back row: Madison Jackson, Angela Haithcock, Tessa Jackson, Althea Cleveland, Deanna Klass and Amanda Little, RN (Instructor).