Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Healthcare
Lawson State Community College and the Department of Health Professions officers two tracks for the Certified Nursing Assistant program. The first track as outlined below is the Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Healthcare program taught once each semester. The Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Program is a ten (10) semester hour certificate program designed to provide the student with the necessary theory and laboratory experiences for the development of skills required to qualify as a long-term care Nursing Assistant/ Home Health Aide. Emphasis is placed on the acquisition of skills in communications, observations, safety, mobility/body mechanics, personal and restorative care, and infection control necessary to care for patients and clients of all ages. Upon completion of this program, the aide should be able to apply the concepts and skills in areas required by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) and the National Association of Home Care. Financial aid is available to qualified applicants for the CNA/HHA program through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). WIA is a federally funded program that assists job seekers in obtaining employment. The estimated cost for Tuition, fees, and supplies is $1500.
To Apply for this Program:
1. The applicant must be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate
2. Applicants are required to complete a Health Form
3. Applicants are required to receive certain immunizations at own expense. I.E. influenza, measles, hepatitis - B.
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Program of Study
| NAS/HHA 120 Fundamentals of Nursing Assistant Home Health Aid
| NAS/HHA 121 Fundamentals of Nursing Assistant Home Health Aid Clinical
Certified Nursing Assistant
The second track offered is the Certified Nursing Assistant training course. The course is offered on the Birmingham and Bessemer Campuses twice per semester. The class meets on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday for 5 weeks from 4:00 pm until 10:00 pm. At the completion of the course, the student is eligible to sit for the Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Services (NACES) certification examination. The estimated cost of tuition and fees is $663.00. The book and the workbook may be purchased at the campus bookstore for approximately $50.00. Students will also be required to complete a Health Form and to receive certain immunizations at the student's expense. I.E. TB skin test and hepatitis-B.
Program of Study
| NAS100 Long-Term Care Nursing Assistant
The Nursing Assistant Training course for the fall 2020 Mini-term 1 will be offered August 17 - September 22, 20209* and the Mini-term 2 will be offered October 12 - November 16, 2020.* Click here
for a fall 2020
Please contact Dorothy Young at (205) 929-3461 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
*Dates and cost are subject to change without prior notification.