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Certified Nursing Assistant

You can become a Certified Nursing Assistant in 6-8 weeks. And TCL Continuing Education has the course to make that happen!

Nursing Assistants perform Activities of Daily Living under the supervision of nursing staff.  Employment opportunities include positions  in skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, medical offices, assisted living facilities and home health agencies.  Students that successfully complete this state-approved course are eligible  for NACES testing to become certified. Starting 2013, the total hours for this course is 110 hours.

Courses are listed below:

Hampton *NEW*

April 7  through May 31, 2014
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM
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May 14 – May 31

John E. Harter Center: May 14, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 30 and 31 from 7AM- 2:30 PM

Instructor: Gwen Smith

Beaufort *NEW*

April 1 through May 21, 2014
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 4 PM – 8 PM
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May 8 – May 21

NHC Healthcare Center: May 8, 13, 14, 15, 20 and 21 from 7AM- 3:30 PM

Instructor: Sue Derrenbacher

Tuition $839, SLED $25, WorkKeys, $16 each, Books will be purchased in the TCL Bookstore, (Approx. $43)

Prior to paying for tuition, students must:

  •  Make an appointment to meet with Marilynn Koerber (843-525-8368)
  • Take WorkKeys Applied Math and Reading For Information ($16 per test each time taken) Call Jayne at 525-8205 for testing dates
  • pass a criminal background check ($25)

Class limited to 8 students.

Courses  are held on the Beaufort, New River and Hampton Campuses.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: To provide basic level of both knowledge and demonstrable skills for individuals who provide nursing or nursing related services to residents in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) or nursing facility (NF) and who are not licensed health professionals or volunteers, who provide services without monetary compensation.

Be Sure You Meet Course Requirements before Applying. Click here for details.

For more info, contact:
Marilynn Koerber
Program Coordinator

Students must have immediate access to a computer and internet service to take online classes