Nursing Assistant Skills Training (CCNAST)
Certificate of Completion
This state certified three-week program prepares students for employment in a variety of health care settings from nursing homes to hospitals where they will work as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA). CNA evaluation is mandated for employment in long-term care facilities. Upon completion of the program, individuals will be qualified for multiple job opportunities with good starting salaries. Positions frequently offer flexibility and variety, as well as a sense of self-satisfaction for "making a difference" in a person's health.
Rene Stark is the advisor for the main campus program. Brenda Washington is the advisor for the extension centers.
Training takes place in the classroom, lab, and clinical settings within the community. One-hundred percent (100%) attendance is mandatory. There are no make-up days. Students are expected to have their textbook on the first day of class. Program admission requires a minimum age of 17 and documentation of a negative TB status. A criminal background clearance check is required which will be done in the agency/clinical. Entry assessment testing is required.
- Math, Science & Health
- Nursing and Health Dept
- Rene Stark, Cynthia Brown
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|HSC 100||Basic Nursing Assistant Skills||4|
- Total Credits Required
Save a trip to campus. Just fire up your computer webcam and microphone to talk to an advisor online.more »
Save time and gas: Get your books online through WCC’s Barnes & Noble Bookstore.more »
What Students Say About Online Classes
“I was very reluctant to take online classes, but because of my various roles as a wife, mother, full-time employee, and student my time was limited…. Online classes have helped with managing my time in these various roles, and have been a true blessing to both my family and my learning experience at WCC.”—F. Robertson