Frequently Asked Questions
Nursing Assistants provide direct personal care for residents and/or patients in a variety of settings including hospitals, long-term care facilities, assisted living, and home health. Shifts vary for each facility/setting.
Visit the school to fill out an application, bring along your social security card, driver’s license and the registration fee of $30.00
We follow the NC state Nurse Aide 1 curriculum: basic nursing skills etc.
Yes, either one is acceptable, because the curriculum requires the basic knowledge of reading, writing and basic math.
- Drug test
- Background check
- TB skin test
The Nursing Assistant I course is 112.0 hours. The course typically lasts 4 weeks (3 weeks classroom/lab, and 1 week clinical-both morning and evening classes), and the Saturday class is 8 weeks-5 weeks of class /lab, and 3 weeks clinical.
Our State final examination passing rate is 98-100%–best in greater Charlotte Area.
Students go to a facility with a Registered Nurse instructor to practice the skills learned in the on-campus
The clinical is held at long term facilities in Charlotte.
Yes. The total tuition is $500.00, you will pay at least $300.00 on first day of class, then the balance has to be paid by the 2nd week, or prior to the clinical rotation.