To apply you must attend a Tri-Level Nurse Asst./HHA Information Session
(Attendance to the Information Session is required for entry into the CNA Program.)
Information Sessions have completed for the summer. Please call 508-362-2131 ext. 4452 to arrange an appointment to speak with an Allied Health CNA program representative.
There are seats available for any of the Fall 2016 semester options:
Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Program
A course designed to teach basic nursing skills and beginning interpersonal relationship techniques to entry-level students. This course is recommended for students planning to continue their education into the Nursing Program.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to provide basic nursing care to patients of all ages under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse within the following settings:
This course meets Federal and State guidelines for nursing assistant and home health aide training.
Classes are held at Cape Cod Community College. Payment Plan is available.
Standard First Aide and Basic Life Support (HEA130) 1 credit
If you are considering the Tri-Level Nurse Asst. course you will need to make arrangements for your physical exam and start the following immunizations: (Hep B immunizations are given in 3 doses over the course of 6 months. It is imperative that you start this and all immunizations now.)
A Physical within the last 12 months is required (Your physician's office is required to complete the paperwork provided upon acceptance to the CNA program.)
Failure to provide the immunization documentation will prevent you from taking the CNA course.
Tuition/Course cost: http://www.capecod.edu/web/academics/tuition