- Must be 16 years of age
- Must have a negative PPD reading or normal chest x-ray (that cannot be more than 12 months old at the time of clinical rotations)
- Have a high school diploma or its equivalent or comprehend on a 10th grade level
- Pass a basic English pre-entrance exam with a 100% score
- Must have a satisfactory Criminal Background check through the CORI system before the 1st day of class
- Must have proof of personal health insurance
- Provide a valid picture ID
- Must Pay a $43.50 non-refundable administrative cost
- Complete the school application package
- Complete the pre-entrance quiz in-person and score100%
- Pay a $250.00 deposit/down payment to secure a spot in the class. This amount is deductible from the tuition. For example if tuition is $1,050.00 and you make a deposit of $250.00, your remaining balance will be $800.00
- Sign an enrollment agreement, school policies and procedures, provide all supporting documentation and buy your textbooks and supplies
Class Days & Times
** Day classes start from 08:30AM – 2PM (Monday through Friday and one Saturday for clinical) and Evening classes start from 4:00PM – 9:30PM (Monday through Friday and one Saturday for clinical). This schedule is subject to change. See school calendar for more details.
How long is the program?
The Nursing Assistant Training Program is a 100 hours course that runs for 4 weeks.
How can I become a certified HHA after completing the nursing assistant training?
Any student who wishes to obtain a Home Health Aide Certificate will be required to complete an additional 15 hours (per DPH) at an additional cost of $250.00.