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Nurse Aide Career and College Promise

Earn tuition-free course credits toward an entry-level job credential, certificate, or diploma as a high school student!

To apply for the CCP/CTE Nurse Aide Program Pathway, contact your high school counselor.

Students who apply for the CCP/CTE Nurse Aide Program must attend one of the following Mandatory Information Sessions:

Information sessions are held in room L-305 at the downtown Wilmington campus. No appointment is needed.

Oct 17, 2019 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Oct 28, 2019 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Nov 5, 2019 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Nov 14, 2019 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Prerequisites
  • Students must be a 17 yr old High School junior or senior.
  • Have a weighted GPA of 2.8 on high school courses or have the recommendation of the high school principal or his/her designee(PLAN scores should be considered).
  • If the student’s GPA is lower than 2.8 Assessment Testing is required.
  • Have received career pathway information outlining program requirements for completion of the certificate or diploma.
  • Applied for the CCP/CTE Nurse Aide Program Pathway through their high school counselor.
Program Requirements
  • Valid photo ID and Social Security Card
  • Have a clean background check and drug screen.
  • Physical with Vaccination History
Fees
Fall Semester

  • Student Activity Fee – $35.00
  • Parking and Security Fee – $40.00
  • Technology Fee – $18.00
  • Nurses/ Health Sciences Students Liability Insurance Fee – $15.00
  • Total = $108.00

Additional Nurse Aide Level I Course Requirements and Fees

  • Background Check /12-Panel Drug Screen – $80(Order information will be given out at Orientation).
  • Physical – Approximately $100.00 (Cost will vary by Medical Provider)
  • TB Test (Two-step) – $30 Health Department (Cost varies per private MD)
  • Proof of Vaccination History including: (Cost will vary by Medical Provider)
  • 2 Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccinations or positive antibody titer
  • History of Chicken Pox, positive antibody titer or 2 Varicella immunizations
  • Tetanus vaccination within the last 10 years
  • Flu vaccine (Seasonal)
  • Have had either the Hepatitis B vaccination series, be in process or have signed a waiver form.
  • AHA BLS CPR Certification – $4.00 if taken as part of the course – Outside of NA course price varies by Instructor/Vendor.
  • Ceil Blue Scrubs – Approximately $20- $80 (Price will vary by vendor)
  • White Sneakers or Nursing Shoes – Approximately $20- $80 (Price will vary by vendor).
  • Textbook and Workbook – $75.00 (CFCC Book Store – Prices are for new books only and are subject to change).
  • Textbook: Hartman’s Nursing Assistant Care:
  • Long-Term Care (4th Edition) Susan Alvare Hedman, Jetta Fuzy, RN, MS and Suzanne Rymer, MSTE, RN-BC, LSW.
  • Workbook to accompany: Hartman’s Nursing Assistant Care:
  • Long-Term Care (4th Edition) Susan Alvare Hedman, Jetta Fuzy, RN, MS and Suzanne Rymer, MSTE, RN-BC, LSW.
  • The CFCC Nurse Aide I Program now offers In-facility testing for the North Carolina State Nurse Aide I Written Examination and Skill Evaluation. The NC State NA I Testing Fee – $120.00 *The NC State Test is administered by Pearson Vue at CFCC.

Spring Semester

  • Student Activity Fee – $35.00
  • Technology Fee – $40.00
  • Total = $75.00

Additional Nurse Aide Level II Course Requirements and Fees:

*If not completed for Nurse Aide 1 you will need to complete the following:

  • Background Check (if not completed for NA I course) (NA II requirements will be given out at Orientation)
  • 12-Panel Drug Screen – $40
  • TB Test (Two-step) – $30 Health Department
  • CPR Certification – $4 if taken as part of the course – Outside of NA course price varies By Instructor/Vendor
  • Ceil Blue Scrubs – Approximately $20- $80 (Price will vary by vendor)
  • White Sneakers or Nursing Shoes – Approximately $20- $80 (Price will vary by vendor)
  • Physical – Approximately $100.00 (Price will vary by Provider)
  • Proof of Vaccination History including:
  • 2 Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccinations or positive antibody titer
  • History of Chicken Pox or 2 Varicella immunizations
  • Tetanus vaccination within the last 10 years
  • Flu vaccine (Seasonal)
  • Have had either the Hepatitis B vaccination series, be in process or have signed a waiver form
  • Textbook (Required): – $101.00 – Advanced Skills for Health Care Providers by Acello (2nd edition), (CFCC Book Store – Prices are for new books only and are subject to change)
  • Workbook to Accompany (Optional): – $60.00 – Advanced Skills for Health Care Providers by Acello (2nd edition), (CFCC Book Store – Prices are for new books only and are subject
    to change).

Course Descriptions

Nurse Aide I (NA I)
The CFCC NA I training course is approved by the North Carolina (NC) State Department of Health Care Services Regulation (DPHSR). It is taught by Registered Nurses approved to teach the NC DPHSR NA I training course curriculum. Students who successfully complete this NA I training course are eligible to sit for the NC State Nurse Aide I Registry exam. *CFCC is an in-facility NC State Testing Site.

NA I Tasks Include

  • Dressing
  • Hygiene
  • Grooming
  • Toileting
  • Skin care
  • Assistance with movement: Walking, transferring from a bed to a chair, or positioning in bed
  • Taking vital signs (blood pressure, pulse respirations, and temperature)
  • Nutrition, feeding assistance
  • Observation and safety
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • CPR
  • Communicating patient needs or changes to the nurse or health team
Nurse Aide II (NA II)
The Nurse Aide II course provides theoretical and practical knowledge and training required for graduates to be a competent practitioner as a Nurse Aide II. It is taught by Registered Nurses approved by the North Carolina Board of Nursing (NCBON) to teach Nurse Aide II, in classroom, laboratory and clinical settings and is consistent with the standards of practice of the NCBON and provides the knowledge and skills required to deliver safe competent patient care.

Upon successful completion of this program, you will receive a certificate of completion and be eligible to be listed as a Nurse Aide II with the North Carolina Board of Nursing.

NA II Course Eligibility

  • Meet CTE program continuation requirements.
  • NA II students must be 18 yrs. old.
  • Valid photo ID and Social Security Card
  • Submit a copy of the CFCC NA I Course Completion Certificate and current listing on the NC Nurse Aide I Registry
  • Vaccination History and physical
  • Have a clean background check and drug screen.

NA II Tasks Include

  • Elimination procedures/Fecal Impaction / Ostomy care
  • Sterile Technique
  • Wound Care
  • Peripheral IV Fluids
  • Suctioning
  • Trach Care
  • Urinary Catheter Care
  • Tube Feeding
  • Oxygen Therapy Observation and safety
  • Finger Stick Capillary Glucose Testing
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • CPR
  • Communicating patient needs or changes to the nurse or health team.
Curriculum information