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Tri-Level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Admissions Requirements

The Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate program teaches basic nursing skills and beginning interpersonal relationship skills. The graduate will be able to provide care to patients of all ages under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse. Day and evening classes offered. The Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide course is recommended for students planning to continue their education into the Nursing Program.

  • Day courses meet 3 mornings a week for 15 weeks.
  • Evening courses meet 3 evenings a week for 15 weeks.
  • Supervised clinical practice in nursing home and hospital settings.
  • CPR and First Aid certificate course included.
  • 7 college credits

See also: Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate

Tri-Level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Information Sessions

Attendance at an information session is required for all applicants to the Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate program. Learn up-to-date information about the Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate program and answer questions regarding admissions, the curriculum, and support services.

Application Procedures

  • Submit a completed application for admissions
  • Submit official final high school transcript or GED/HiSET diploma.
  • Submit official transcripts(s) for all colleges and universities previously attended, if applicable.

After acceptance applicants will be required to:

Contact CNA, Tri-Level Nursing, Diagnostic Tech

For questions regarding Information Sessions and admission to the Tri-level Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate program, please contact:

Kete Denver
Administrative Assistant – CNA, Tri-Level Nursing, Diagnostic Tech
Location

Frank Wilkens Hall, Room 211

Phone 774.330.4452
E-mail kdenver@capecod.edu