Our program focuses on basic nursing and personal care skills, as well as mental, social services and basic restorative needs. The patient’s/resident’s rights are also discussed as an important aspect of being a STNA.
Upon completion, our graduates are qualified to take the State Tested Nursing Assistant exam and qualify to work in home health, long term care and hospital settings.
State Tested Nurse Aide Program Coursework
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STNA Course Information
State Tested Nurse Aide
18 Years of Age/HS graduate or GED
59 Class/16 Clinical
Total Contact Hours & Tuition
Total Contact Hours
Total Contact & Clinical Hours and Tuition
Classroom 59/16 Clinical
Estimated Cost of Textbook, Skills Lab Materials, and Uniforms (2)
****State Testing Fee is Included.
Total Program Cost
Admissions and Enrollment
Each program has its own set of Admissions requirements in order to enroll. Please view the following document to see the Admissions Policy for the State Tested Nurse Aide Program. All applicants for programs must be 18 years or older and a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate.