This is a 179 hour course consists of theory, lab, competency testing, and 80 hours of clinical experience in a hospital type setting. In this course students learn to set up oxygen, complete dressing changes, follow sterile technique, assist with IV therapy, administer tube feedings, suction patients, perform tracheostomy care, perform catheterizations, perform ostomy care, perform finger stick blood sugar checks, and how to care for patients with fecal impactions. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and be eligible to be listed as a NA II on the NCBON website for a fee of $24.
Proof of US High School Diploma or GED, social security card, valid photo ID, listing on NA I registry in good standing throughout the course, and up-to-date immunizations (proof of 2 MMRs, 2 Varicella, 3 Hepatitis B, tetanus within last 10 years, and 2 negative TB skin tests within 12 months). Students must purchase uniforms for clinical, textbook (approximately $100 in bookstore), criminal background check ($40-$50 or $10 if recent one with SCC in last 6 months), and urine drug screen ($35).
COURSE OFFERED IN AUGUST, JANUARY, AND MAY.
August and January classes offered Monday and Wednesday 8:45am-2:15pm for 16 weeks and Monday thru Thursday 8:45am-2:15pm for 8 weeks in May.
Below is a checklist and forms needed from students to enter and complete the course.
Total hours: 179
The registration fee for the course is $203.50 and is due in full at the time of registration.
For registration assistance, please contact the Eagle's OneStop at 704-991-0123.
You may register on WebAdvisor or by stopping by Eagle's OneStop on campus.
Please contact Dana Craven at (704) 991-0342 or email@example.com for additional information.