Nurse Aide


A Nurse Aid and a patient.​​The Nurse Aid Program is a short-term training program that prepares individuals to work as caregivers in a health care setting such as a nursing home, hospital or home health care setting.

Medication Aide


A detail view of a Medication Aid attaining patient information.​The Medication Aide course is designed to meet the training requirements to become a qualified health care professional that successfully administers medication to patients in a safe and appropriate manner. Successful completion of the course will result in students being qualified as a Medication Aide. 



A health care professional is taking a patients blood for testing.​This phlebotomy course prepares each student to draw blood specimens from patients in a clinical facility. The program consists of 207 hours of instruction; 87 class hours and 120 clinical hours.


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