Home Health Aide Program
75 CLOCK HOURS – 4 WEEKS PROGRAM OBJECTIVE
Upon completion of the Home Health Aide program, graduates will be able to seek entry-level employment as a Home Health Aide with clinics, assisted living facilities, Home Health Agencies, and other healthcare practice facilities.
The seventy-five (75) clock hour program is the state requirement for hours and training objectives for a Home Health Aide. The program is designed to prepare students for the fundamental requirements of care, including ambulation, vital signs, transporting patients, charting, general and personal care. Students will take weekly quizzes throughout the program and are required to pass a final exam to obtain their diploma.
Upon successful completion of the program, students willreceive a diploma.
HAl22 – Employability Skills
This course prepares students for employment, which includes creating a resume, searching, and applying for a job. Self-care and time management are also stressed to maintain employment. Duration: 2 hours.
CPR101 — CPR and First Aid
This course is offered as part of the program as well as a continuing education credit/class. Completers receive a CPR and First Aid card. This programis graded on a Pass or Fail basis. Duration: 6 clock hours (laboratory).
We aim to provide you with the education and training you need to become a successful healthcare provider. Contact us to learn more!