This Nurse Aide I Refresher course consists of a brief review of the Nurse Aide I curriculum and the competency exam required for listing as a Nurse Aide I with the North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation.
Proof of one of the following items must be submitted to the instructor on the first day of class:
The following items also must be presented to the instructor on the first day of class:
Students must pass a written exam with a score of 78 or better. A copy of a practice exam to review before the first day of class is available on the Credentia: Nurse Aide Credentialing Services website and in the candidate handbook.
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Transfers are dependent on availability in the new class. In order to transfer to another section, the student must email [email protected] the following information:
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Wake Tech emergency cancellations and closings are posted on the college website, and messages are on the main phone line (919-866-5000). Current students with a Wake Tech email are automatically registered to receive Wake Tech WARN email alerts from the college emergency alert system. Students can also sign up with Wake Tech WARN to receive phone text messages and voice mail in the event of an emergency or inclement weather situation.
Nurse Aide classes scheduled August through March will have inclement weather make-up dates built into their class schedules. In the event the college closes and an entire lab or clinical class day is missed, make-up dates will be used in the same order they are listed on the class schedule. If closings result in partial lab or clinical hours missed, these hours will be made up by adding hours to existing class dates to make up the time. Totally seated classes that miss lecture hours due to any college closing will make up the hours online. If a totally seated or hybrid class misses a test due to any college closing, the test will be moved to the next seated class day. The attendance policy for make-up dates is the same as a regular class date.
Wake Tech academic programs (credit and non-credit) that are designed to lead to professional licenses are tied to North Carolina or national certifications. If you intend to pursue professional licenses outside North Carolina once you have completed your academic program at Wake Tech, please refer to the Professional Licensure section of the college's distance education authorization page for additional information.