Nurse Assistant/ Home Health Aide Training Program

Home Health Aide Beds at the Brockton Educational Center for Adults

The Nurse Assistant / Home Health Aide Training Program offers two sessions

The Nurse Assistant / Home Health Aide training program is designed to give students the basic theory, principles, and skills necessary to provide client/resident care in the home-based and healthcare settings. This course includes 117.5 hours of classroom, lab skill practice and clinical experience. The knowledge is geared to help students learn how to provide activities of daily living or basic care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes or in home settings. The students will also learn how State and Federal laws, as well as policies and procedures of the institution, govern the practice of the Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide.  The students will learn the importance of the nursing assistant and home health aide role in meeting the physical, psychological, spiritual and cultural needs of the client/resident.  The course covers medical terminology, anatomy and physiology and nutrition.  Upon successful completion of the program, student will have the skills to work as a Nurse Assistant or Home Health Aide in any health care environment and will be eligible to apply for the Nurse Aide State Examination.

Tuesday & Thursday (morning session)

Nurse Assistant Training 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Home Health Aide 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM (4 days)

Tuesday & Wednesday

Nurse Assistant Training 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Home Health Aide 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm (4 days)