Students from Stanly Community College (SCC) recently completed the Nurse Aide (NA) training in Level-I. The 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.
For more information regarding the Nurse Aide programs at Stanly Community College, contact Dana Craven, NA Coordinator and Instructor at (704) 991-0342 or email@example.com, or visit the College’s website at www.stanly.edu.
Left to right: Rhonda Bennett (Wadesboro), Bianca Harris (Albemarle), Katelyn Purdy (Norwood), Bethany McDonald (Indian Trail),
Kathryn Vandernoord (Charlotte), Mia Taggart (Salisbury), Jennifer Hildreth (Albemarle), Tystarrii Bowden (Albemarle),
and Aliesha Hood (Albemarle). Not pictured is Anissa Chapman, RN (instructor).
Front Row (L-R): Leanne Secrest (Indian Trail), Sydney Burnette (Locust), Lauren Meyer (Matthews), Megan Carey (Matthews),
and Brye Carpenter (Marshville). Back row: Taylar Moffitt (Monroe), Rachel Hinson (Marshville), Kenlie McGee (Midland),
Chakiaya Miller (Midland), Pao Lee (Concord), and Nancy Murr, RN (instructor).
Front row (L-R): Hannah Stinnett (Concord), Brenda Acevedo (Albemarle), Danielle Almond (Norwood), and Gao Xa-Xao Moua (Albemarle).
Back row: Brittany McNally (Indian Trail), Skyler Laskowski (Albemarle), Jason Schwartz (local college student from Pennsylvania),
Mia Graham (Granite Quarry), and Sheila Sikes, RN (instructor).