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STNA Course

Become a State-Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) in the State of Ohio.

 

What's the course about?

Learn how to correctly and compassionately provide care for older adults in one of the top-rated nursing homes in the State of Ohio.

Willow Brook’s STNA program curriculum provides an in-depth classroom learning and skills experience that includes, but is not limited to:

  • Introduction to the role and responsibilities of the nurse aide
  • Basic nursing and personal care skills
  • Resident rights and interpersonal communication skills
  • Safety, emergency, and infection control procedures
  • Restorative services

 

Under the guidance and supervision of our faculty, students will practice various personal care skills in our nursing skills class room, and then use those newly-acquired skills in the clinical setting.

Upon completion of the 75-hour curriculum, students are qualified to sit for the official exam with the Ohio Department of Health to become a state-tested nursing assistant (STNA).

What are some important details?

Participants entering a class will provide two accepted forms of identification and a completed application with a $50 deposit. All healthcare safety requirements must be completed before beginning clinical instruction.

You will complete your training at a Five Star-rated nursing care center for only $300 payable by cash, money order, or credit card. A $50 deposit is required to secure your admission to the class. The remaining balance of the tuition should be paid before completion of the course.

When is the course offered?

Part-time day and evening classes are available throughout the year.

Daytime classes are from 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. Evening classes are from 4:30 to 9:30pm. Eight-hour weekend shifts are scheduled for clinical practice during the last 2 weeks of the program.

The STNA program is offered multiple times throughout the year. The Ohio Department of Health requires that students complete a minimum of 59 classroom and lab hours plus 16 clinical hours for a total of 75 hours.

How do I enroll?

Applications for the STNA program are considered on a first-come, first served basis for qualified applicants. Eligibility and placement in the program will be reviewed on an individual basis. Equal educational opportunities are offered to those who meet entrance requirements without regard to gender, race, ethnicity, status, age, or any other protected status.

But you have to be quick, our next class is starting soon! This will be a part-time evenings/weekend class.

Apply for an STNA Course Today!

 
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