The Nursing Assistant Training Program is an 80.5-hour NURS 105 KELLOGG COMMUNITY COLLEGE credited course approved by the state of Michigan, Department of Public Health. The course consists of classroom, laboratory, and clinical instruction. The major emphasis is on long-term care with integration of concepts from acute care and home health care. Classroom hours will focus on theory, while laboratory hours will focus on attainment of skills that are necessary for the nursing assistant to possess. Clinical hours will focus on implementing skills obtained in the laboratory and will take place in a long-term care setting.
Nurse Aide Training Program Information
This sheet contains answers to common questions about the Nurse Aide Training Program. Please refer to this sheet before contacting the nursing education staff. If you still have questions after reading this sheet, please feel free to e-mail your questions to the contacts listed below. Please contact the financial aid department regarding financial aid questions.
Michigan Nursing Assistant Testing