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Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide

Award: Certificate
Total Credits for Award: 5.00

Admission Requirements:

NAHA courses in this program require achievement of the following minimum placements:

 

The Nursing Assistant Home Health Aid Certificate Requires:

  • Passing a criminal background check prior to clinical placement. The College cannot guarantee placement into the required clinical for students who do not have a clear criminal background check.

  • For more information about the background study process and disqualifying crimes, contact the Minnesota Department of Human Services at 651-296-3802.


Description:

Minneapolis College offers nursing coursework that provides a pathway that prepares you to take the licensing exam to become a practical and/or a registered nurse. This pathway begins with a Nursing Assistant requirement, which can be met through successsful completion of NAHA 1819: Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide or NAHA 1850: Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Extended Hour. Successful completion of NAHA 1819 prepares you to take the Nursing Assistant Test Out, which, if passed, places you on the Minnesota Department of Health Nursing Assistant Registry and qualifies you for employment in MN Department of Health-approved long-term care facilities as a Nursing Assistant.

Your presence is mandatory at all class and clinical hours to achieve a passing grade in the course.




COURSE REQUIREMENTS: FIRST SEMESTER: 

 COURSE #

 TITLE

 CREDITS

 NAHA 1819

 Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide

 5.00

 

TOTAL CREDITS: 

 5.00

The Nursing Assistant Home Health Aid Certificate Requires:

  • Passing a criminal background check prior to internship placement. The College cannot guarantee placement into the required clinical for students who do not have a clear criminal background check.

  • For more information about the background study process and disqualifying crimes, contact the Minnesota Department of Human Services at 651-296-3802.

  • Your presence is mandatory at all class and clinical hours to achieve a passing grade in the course.