SCC Nurse Aides complete training
Students from Stanly Community College (SCC) recently completed the Nurse Aide (NA) Level 1 training program.
The NA-I program, or beginning of the multi-skilled NA certificate program, is a 160-hour program that includes intensive lecture/lab, a clinical component and state exam preparation.
Students learn patient care skills used in long-term care facilities, hospitals and home care agencies. Additionally, students from local high schools were able to enroll in the Nurse Aide program offered through the Career and College Promise program.
Upon successful completion of this program, students can apply to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) state exam. Once the students have successfully completed this exam, they will be listed on the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry.
Nurse Aide CCP graduates completing on Dec. 17, with Instructor Denise Niles, RN, were: Deja Polk of Albemarle High School, Jada Medley of Stanly Early College, Zymeria Griffin-Bruton of Albemarle High School, Hannah Smith of North Stanly High School, Emma Shue of North Stanly High School, Celisse Saldana of West Stanly High School, Jillian Speights of West Stanly High School, Miya Harrison of Stanly Early College and Carolina Jaimes of South Stanly High School.
Nurse Aide graduates completing on Dec. 15, with Instructor Cindy Russell, RN, were: Taylor Helms of Monroe, Selena Melton of Lilesville, Kaylee Lomax of Wadesboro, Carrie Callicutt of Oakboro, Kristen Peterson of Norwood, Yesica Vigueras of Concord, Samantha Vang of Richfield, Hunter Cummings of Albemarle, Chassidy Little of Albemarle and Megan Watson of Albemarle.
Nurse Aide graduates completing on Dec. 15, with Instructor Sheila Sikes, RN, were: Megan Watson of Albemarle, Hannah Conard of Stanfield, Ashleigh Prestwood of Lenoir, Deisy Lorenzo of Locust, Elizabeth Harvell of Albemarle, Ashton Davis of Monroe, April Ledbetter of Albemarle and Nahbreyha Alston of Misenheimer.
Nurse Aide graduates completing on Nov. 15, in a blended learning environment, with Instructors Erika Haywood, RN and Tessa Hartsell, RN, include: Cara Caddell of Oakboro, Shavel Gould of North Davidson, April Horne of Stanfield, Matt Horner of Albemarle, Jessica Layton of Monroe, Lilian Martinez of Stanfield and Taylor Morris of Richfield.
Nurse Aide graduates completing on Dec. 16, with Instructor Denise Niles, RN, were: Miranda Piniewski of Locust, Bereniz Lopez-Escobedo of Anson County, Kaitlin McLain of Monroe and McKayla Medlin of Albemarle.
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