Nurse Aide Training and Home Health Aide Program
A Certified Nurse Aide is a vital member of the health care team. Nurses Aides are involved in a wide range of responsibilities involved in the care of patients in healthcare settings. The nurse Aide performs other functions in addition to their primary function of assisting a registered nurse. They communicate effectively with the resident, observe resident responses to treatment, care for the resident’s safety and environment, and report changes to the licensed nurse. They provide personal care and comfort measures. Certified Nurse Aides assist the residents in their Activities of Daily Living (ADL).
All students must have clean CORI and Negative TB result before clinical rotation.
The Objective of the Program
The goal of this program is to educate a selected group of compassionate hard working people as Nursing Aides and Home Health Aides for the challenges in the dynamic healthcare industries. The school will educate the students strictly on the Federal and state recommended curriculum. This will not only prepare the students to have the required training standard, but the student will also come out with skills they will depend on in today’s work environment. The program has been known to expose the students to careers in the health care industry such as careers in nursing, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.
The program aims at taking prospective students through the principles and practice of nurse assisting. The program will be taught in two sections:
- The first section of the program will be a classroom lecture combined with laboratory training. This section is designed to expose the students to the theoretical aspect of the program and furnish them with an insight into what the students will expect in the clinical aspect of the training. The section will be taught by an experienced Registered Nurse.
- The second section of the program is the clinical section. This section is designed to introduce the students to the practical aspect of the training. This section will be conducted in a long-term care facility and the students will have the opportunity to practice what they have been taught in the classroom. They will be in contact with the patients and have hands on what they have learned in the previous section. At the end of this clinical section, the student will be ready with confidence to sit and pass the state certification examination.
The students will be able to demonstrate and understand the Activities of Daily Living of the residents while at the same time being mindful of the privacy of the residents. The students who demonstrate the above understanding and pass all the classroom and clinical evaluation will be awarded a certificate of completion as an indication that the student has successfully completed a Nurse Aide Training program and will be eligible to take the American Red Cross Examination.
All the teachers in Spectrum Healthcare Training Center are approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education, and Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
The faculty of Spectrum Healthcare Training Center is made up of highly qualified Registered Nurses who have a wide range of experience in the healthcare industry especially long term care and community nursing environment. The instructors are compassionate, well-organized professionals who are very patient in dealing with people from a diverse ethnic background.
The Spectrum Healthcare Training Center is open and available to all who are ready and willing to take the challenge that goes with success. Pick up your phone now and call 1-877-585-0855 and ask for Dr. Annette Okereke. DNP.
Do not forget that the time is now and the place is at Spectrum Healthcare Training Center for your NAT/HHA training.
- Aging and Development
- Residents’ Right
- Activity of Daily Living
- The Resident’s Room
- Observing and Reporting
- Talking and Listening
- Infection Control
- Nutrition and Hydration
- Mental Health of Residents
- Taking Care of Yourself
- Care of the Dying Resident
- Home Health Aide
This 120-hour course meets Monday through Friday between 8:00 am -2:45 pm for day class for FOUR WEEKS.
Evening classes meet Mondays and Fridays between 4pm to 10:45pm for TEN WEEKS
Tuition. Tuition for NAT/HHA is $1,100.00. It is also estimated that the books will cost $70.00.
Is the school on the bus route?
Yes. We are on both bus and train routes. Call 1-877-585-0855 for directions.
Where will I work after graduation?
Certified Nurse Aides work in Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Assisted Living, and Private Homes.
Do you have job placement?
The school does not guarantee a job upon completion of the course.
How do I register for the program?
Call us at 1-877-585-0855. Our representative will be happy to talk to you and start the registration process.
Where are you located?
We are located at 330 Lynnway, Suite #112 , LYNN MA 01901.
147 EAST MERRIMACK STREET
LOWELL, MA 01852
Nurse Aide and Home Health Aide Training Program
|Start Date||End Date||Last Date To Register And Location|
|March 23, 2020||April 17, 2020||March 23, 2020. LYNN|
|APRIL 13, 2020||May 8, 2020||May 13, 2020. LYNN|
|MAY 18, 2020||JUNE 12, 2020||MAY 18, 2020.LYNN|
|JUNE 15, 2020||JULY 3, 2020||JUNE 15, 2020. LYNN|
|October 5, 2020||October 30,2020||October 5, 2020 LYNN|
|September 7, 2020,||October 2 , 2020||September 7, 2020|
|AUGUST 17, 2020||SEPTEMBER 4, 2020||AUGUST 17, 2020. LYNN|
|November 2, 2020||November 27, 2020||November 2, 2020. LYNN|
|December 7, 2020||January 1, 2021||December 7,2020. LYNN|
|January 11, 2021||February 5, 2021||January 11, 2021 LYNN|
|February 15, 2021||March 12, 2021||February 15 ,2021 LYNN|
|March 22 ,2021||April 16 ,2021||MARCH 22. 2021 LYNN|
|April 26,2021||May 21 , 2021||APRIL 26, 2021 LYNN|
|MAY 31 24, 2021||JUNE 25, 2021||MAY 31, 2021. LYNN
Spectrum Healthcare Training Center reserves the right to change, postpone, or cancel a class at any time before the class starts. All the registered students will be informed.
Talk to an Expert
For further inquiries and concerns, call us at 781-593-3900.