Nurse Aide Career and College Promise
The Career Technical Education / Workforce Continuing Education (CTE / WCEP) Nurse Aide Pathway
NURSE AIDE I CTE/ WCEP ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
To be accepted into a Career Technical Pathway, you must meet the following criteria:
- Be a high school junior or senior;
- Have an unweighted GPA of 2.8 or the approval of your high school principal or designee;
- Have the recommendation of the high school principal or his/her designee and have the high school principal or his/her designee’s rationale for recommendation in place of GPA requirement
- College Placement Testing may be required to register for classes in some pathways.
- Potential CCP students may register online to take the CFCC College Placement Test (NC DAP) . Students should type CCP in the field that requires a CFCC ID if they do not yet have a CFCC ID number.
Application Process for Public High School Students
- Complete the CTE WCEP Online Application .
- Read Approval Form DocuSign Instructions before proceeding to next step.
- Complete the Career Technical Approval Form
- Students MUST have their parent’s name and email address before clicking to complete the approval form.
Traditional high school students may visit their high school career counselors for more information.
Application Process for Home School and Private School Students
Home school and private school students may contact Claudina McLiverty at email@example.com for more information.
Once the following steps have been completed, students should email Claudina McLiverty BSN, RN, CFCC Nurse Aide Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org informing her of their intent to take the CTE / WCEP NA I course:
- Completed the CTE / WCEP Application
- Submitted Current High School Transcript
- Complete the CTE / WCEP Approval Form
The following courses match the statewide course articulation agreement:
- The Workforce Continuing Education Pathway and the High School Course for which Credit is Awarded:
- NUR 3240 Nurse Aide I / HN43 Nursing Fundamentals.
- Where possible, students may be granted articulated credit based on the colleges’ CE to CU articulation agreement.
Eligibility for Continued Enrollment
To maintain eligibility for continued enrollment, a student must:
- Continue to make progress toward high school graduation.
- Continue to make progress toward successful completion of the Workforce Continuing Education pathway as defined by the pathway syllabus.
- A student who doesn’t meet these criteria will be subject to the college’s policy for unsatisfactory progress.