Nursing Assistant Training
In Nursing Assistant Training, you will develop the skills, attitudes, and knowledge that are essential in providing care in long-term care facilities. To work as a nursing assistant, you must complete the nursing assistant training course and then pass a test to be placed on the National Registry.
Nursing Assistant Training meets for approximately 60 hours of class and lab time and 20 hours in a supervised clinical setting for a total of 80 hours.
Practical Nursing Students
Nursing Assistant - Registered status is a pre-requisite for entry into the MSC Southeast Practical Nursing program. Taking Nursing Assistant Training and passing the Nursing Assistant Test fulfill this pre-requisite. See the Nursing program page for admissions information.