Now Accepting Applications for Spring NAC Classes
We will be offering two NAC classes for Spring Quarter which starts April 1, 2015. These classes will have clinical experiences at Providence Hospital. We accept the first students that turn in an application and have completed the steps listed below, so get your application in soon.
Pell Grant Assistance with Tuition
For the winter and spring 2015 quarters, there is some funding available to help with the cost of this program through a Pell Grant. Please click on the link to see how to apply for this funding.
New Immunizations and Background Check Procedures for the NAC Program
All immunization documentation and criminal bacground checks for the NAC program must now go through our new online databank system. The Health Professions Service Center will no longer accept this documentation at their office. If you plan to take Nurs 100 you must have your records uploaded into this new system to receive a permission code for this class. Click the link for the directions on how to create your account, upload your immunizations and complete your background check . Please look over the immunization guide and TB information letter before visiting your health care provider for clarification on the immunizations required.
|April 13, 2015||10 - 11 am||LBH 311|
|May 13, 2015||1 - 2 pm||LBH 311|
|June 16, 2015||10 - 11 am||LBH 311|
Nursing Assistants work closely with patients, take vital signs, and help patients exercise, eat, dress and bathe. They work under the supervision of a nurse and play a key role in keeping the nurse up-to-date on vital information about patients' conditions.
EvCC offers a one-quarter program that prepares graduates for certification as nursing assistants. The program is approved by the Washington Sate Department of Social and Health Services. Many nursing assistants continue their education to become nurses.
The Nursing Department of Everett Community College offers a career mobility approach to nursing education that prepares graduates for Certification as Nursing Assistants. The program is approved by the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.
Instruction covers the following areas: basic technical skills, mental health and social services needs of clients, clients' rights, promotion of clients' independence, communication and interpersonal skill development, safety and emergency procedures, rules and regulations that affect the Nursing Assistant's practice, personal care skills, basic restorative services, infection control, CPR instruction, and HIV training. The entire program is completed in one academic quarter.
Nursing Assistants are qualified for employment as entry-level caregivers in hospitals, long-term care agencies, clinics, physician's offices, urgent care settings, and client's homes. Many Nursing Assistants continue with education that leads to licensure as a nurse (LPN or RN)
For more information you may call the Nursing Department at 425-388-9461 or refer to the Nursing Assistant Certified Curriculum Guide . Applications are due the quarter prior to entry. For more information about the program please attend one of our information sessions.