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This is a mix of online lectures, labs and clinical rotations at long term care (LTC) communities. Lab and clinical rotation Lab/skills checkoff is 4.30p.m. to 10.00p.m. Clinical schedule options are: Weekday Evenings – Monday to Wednesday 3.00pm – 8.30pm (5 clinical days), or Weekend Day Shift 06.00AM – 2.30PM (3 days).
(Clinical rotations is from 3pm to 8.30pm to align with long term care (LTC) community evening schedule and provide opportunity for students to observe shift change)
( Clinical schedule is 3.00pm – 8.30pm to align with Nursing Community shift change )
The Nursing 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, six (6) weeks for the Monday to Wednesday evening class and nine (9) weeks for the Saturday and Sunday evening class. Our training hands-on laboratory skilled and clinical rotations at nursing communities under the supervision of experienced Registered Nurses. Students will have the option to select classes that suit their schedules. Upon completion of the Nurse Aide program, students will be 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 Distance
$100 to hold your spot (non-refundable with no-show to class). Payment plan available only for the six (6) and nine (9) week’s classes. Students may qualify for Kansas Workforce KHPOP, or MO Full Employment Council (FEC) financial assistance.
Students are responsible for cost of scrub, TB, and CPR/BLS. Required admission documents must be presented first day of class, and no later the first week of class.