This course consists of on-line theory, on-campus lab on Friday, and Sunday clinical experience at a long-term care facility. In this course, students learn how to provide personal care and basic nursing skills such as checking vital signs, bed-making, bathing, dressing, feeding, ambulating, and transferring, which will prepare them to provide safe and competent care to the elderly in a variety of settings. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and be eligible to register for the NNAAP NA I state exam. The cost of the exam is $101. See www.pearsonvue.com for further information about the exam. Upon passing the exam, candidates will be eligible to be listed on the NC NA I registry.
US High School Diploma or GED, valid photo ID, social security card, up-to-date immunizations, and one of the following: proof of completion of ENG 111/113, a Bachelors degree, or TABE reading test at 11th grade level or higher. Students must purchase uniforms for clinical, ID badge ($2), textbook (3 textbooks for approximately $100 in bookstore), and criminal background check ($40-$50).
STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE ENG 111/113 OR BACHELORS DEGREE MUST TAKE TABE READING TEST PRIOR TO START OF CLASS AND PASS AT 11TH GRADE LEVEL OR HIGHER!!!
The cost of registration is $205.50. It is due in full at the time of registration.
COURSE OFFERED IN AUGUST AND JANUARY.
Below is a checklist and forms that are needed for student to enter and complete the program. STUDENTS MUST LOG INTO CANVAS ON MONDAY BEFORE THE FIRST CLASS MEETING. The SCC login information below will walk you through logging into SCC's email and Canvas.
Total course hours: 214.5
For registration assistance, please contact the Eagle's OneStop at 704-991-0123.
Please contact Dana Craven at 704-991-0342 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.