Course Title

Nurses Aide Program

Course Description

The Nurse Aide Program is a 10 weeks course and classes begin every three months. Every student is expected to complete the entire course curriculum in order to graduate. A certificate of completion may be issued to student upon graduation. In order to practice in the state of Texas, student must take the final Nurse Aide competency Examination administered by the Department of aging and Disability through Pearson Vue Nurse Aide competency Examination Services (NACES). Upon passing the Examination,
student will be listed in the Nurse Aide Registry.

Course Outcome

Students will describe the role and responsibility of a nurse aide in long term and acute care facility. Student will accurately describe and demonstrate the appropriate skills required to assist clients with activities of daily living and also care for clients with complex medical conditions. Students will demonstrate acceptable communication and interpersonal skills. Student will correctly list types of healthcare facilities, describe common beliefs about aging, list signs of aging, and explain the rights of the elderly. Student will correctly demonstrate proper hand washing techniques, using personal protective equipment (PPE), identify when to implement isolation precautions, demonstrate acceptable communication and interpersonal skills.

Delivery Method

Classroom lecture with audio visual aids, clinical Lab simulation and clinical facility rotation.

Tuition, Fees, Other Charges

Books & Supplies$150.00
CPR Training$65
Credentialing Fee$110
Background Check$35.00
Class Tuition$450.00$850.00

Course Calendar

CourseStart DateEnd Date
Theory & ClinicalMarch 3, 2016May 19, 2016
Theory & ClinicalJune 2, 2016August 12, 2016
Theory & ClinicalAugust 26, 2016November 4, 2016
Theory & ClinicalNovember 17, 2016January 27, 2017

Approvals & Regulation

Nursing Bridges Nurse Aide Program is Approved and Regulated by Texas Career Schools and Colleges (Under Title 3, Texas Education Code, Chapter 132, and Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 807 by the TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION.)

Entrance/Admission Requirement

Enrollment begins three months prior to the beginning of class. All prospective students must meet all admission requirements for acceptance into any of the programs. All applicants must submit the documents listed below to the admissions office at:

14425 Cornerstone Village Dr.
Houston, Texas 77014

  1. High school Diploma, GED, and/or Official transcripts.
  2. Applicants must be 18 years and above.
  3. A written certification from a physician that student is in good health and able to participate in clinical rotations, and provide proof of up to date immunization.
  4. Criminal history background check.
  5. During the course of the program a grade of 75% or higher is expected to be maintained throughout in order to advance in the course of study; and all courses must be completed in sequence of the program curriculum.

Applicants seeking Re-admission /Re-entry into the program must complete a fresh application and undergo the admission process.

Graduation Requirement

In order to graduate, the student must successfully complete all course work listed in the curriculum within 10 weeks. Must maintain a grade of 75% or above

Employment Opportunity

  1. Acute Care Hospital
  2. Convalescent Hospitals (Long Term Care, Skilled Nursing)
  3. Home Care Agencies
  4. Outpatient Clinics
  5. Doctor’s Offices
  6. Group home/Assisted living facility
  7. Private Duty/Sitter and Companion

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