Nurse Aide I
The Nurse Aide curriculum requires advanced English language skills.
Wake Tech offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes free for students who want to improve their speaking, reading, writing and listening skills to increase their college and career readiness.
What will I learn in a Nurse Aide I class?
Nurse Aide I training includes basic nursing skills required to provide safe, competent personal care for individuals with an emphasis on:
The Nurse Aide I 168 contact hour class is a Workforce Continuing Education class; therefore students will not receive credit hours or be eligible for financial aid.
The class consists of theory and a clinical experience in the hospital or long-term care facility. The first 100 hours is in class lecture and lab. The last 68 hours consists of an 8 hour Written and Skills Final Exam, a mandatory 4 hour clinical prep and orientation, 48 hours of clinical rotation, and a mandatory 8 hours of mock competency.
As of summer 2017, Wake Tech’s Nurse Aide Department will offer Hybrid Nurse Aide I classes. Hybrid classes are similar to the Nurse Aide I classes that meet entirely in person, but will have the 40 hour theory part of the class online in Moodle. Students will need to use Chrome or Firefox web browsers to access Moodle as Internet Explorer is not supported. The first day of class will be in-person in Lab where students will meet their instructor, receive instructions about how to use Moodle and have questions answered. These Hybrid classes are best for students that are confident with their computer and time management skills.
Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills and be eligible to test for listing on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry
YOU MUST READ THE NURSE AIDE I SYLLABUS BEFORE REGISTERING.
What is a Nurse Aide’s job description and average salary?
Please regularly check your Wake Tech email or the email address you provided. This is our primary way to contact you about important updates concerning your Nurse Aide class.
For more information:
[email protected]; 919-747-0120
Industry-recognized credential: DHSR - Division of Health Service Regulation
Complete in: 6 month or less