Allied Medical & Health Services, Inc.

N.A. (Nursing Assistant)


This course was designed to teach students, the basic knowledge and skills necessary to be able to perform various duties assisting Staff Nurses in the care of patients in a Long term facility or Acute Care hospital.  Successful completion of the Nursing Assistant course may be the initial step leading to the "ladder type" Nursing career Program towards LVN or RN and may also prepare students in other related Allied Health Technological courses as Laboratory, Radiology, Physiotherapy, Dietary, or even Social Work courses.

Upon completion of 152 hours of theory and clinical training, the student will be evaluated by the school on their competency to be eligible for graduation and to qualify for licensing examination.

Licensure is awarded by the State after passing the Competency Examination, which is made up of Skill and Theoretical (written) Proficiency evaluation by Department of Health Services licensing agencies (American Red Cross or NATAP).

Job Opportunities:   

  • Acute Care Hospital
  • Transitional Unit Facilities
  • Skilled Nursing Homes
  • Nursing Registries
  • In-Home Care Services


  • 16 years or older
  • High School Grade Level or GED
  • Livescan clearance application
  • CPR - "A" card or higher
  • Medical Clearance (PE & TB)

Training Period:

NA  (Weekend) 3 Months (19 days) 152 Hours
Saturday 7:00am to 3:00pm
Sunday 9:00am to 4:00pm



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