The Nurse Aide training program at Mid-America Nursing & Allied-Health Institute is 90 clock hour program designed to be flexible and comprehensive at the same time. Enrollment is open to individuals ages 16 (with written parental approval) and above looking to pursue career as health care professionals. Being a Nursing Aide lays the foundation to a successful career in health care and provides employment opportunities while completing degree programs in nursing or other medical professions.
The curriculum includes the following core learning topics, in addition to the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Service Health Occupations Credentialing approved course curriculum:
The classes run from 14-week days (2 weeks) for the Accelerated course, four (4) weeks for the Hybrid course, six (6) weeks for the Weekday Evenings (Monday to Wednesday), and Weekend (Saturday and Sunday) courses. Students have the option to select classes that suit their schedules. Upon completion of the Nurse Aide program, students are awarded Certificate of Completion in line with the Kansas Board of Regents’ Regulatory requirement and be ready to take the Kansas State Certified Nurse Aide Examination.
Program Delivery: Residential and Blended (Hybrid)
Students are responsible for cost of scrub, TB Test, and CPR/BLS (cost may vary).
Students may qualify for Kansas Workforce KHPOP, or MO Full Employment Council (FEC) financial assistance. For more details on financial assistance options, please give us a call.
Times: 7:00 am – 2:30 pm
This is a mix of online lectures, labs and clinical rotations in nursing or rehab communities. Lab and clinical rotations will be on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
(Clinical rotations are from 2:30 pm to 8.30 pm to align with shift change in nursing communities and provide opportunity for students to observe shift change)
( clinicals: 7:00 am – 2:00 pm to align with Nursing Community shift change )
Note that due to COVID 19 and clinical site availability, lab and clinical days & times will vary. Schedules will be discussed during orientation for each class.