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Evening Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)Training Program

Evening Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)Training Program

Program success rates:
100% Student graduation rate
99% Student pass rate on the Michigan Nurse Aide Competency Exam

10 Weeks/2 Night per Week – Evening Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training Program  

This program consists of two courses: NATP101 & NATP102…

NATP101: Lecture/theory & Laboratory Training
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting on September 17, 2019
Times: 6:00pm – 9:00 pm

NATP102: Clinical Training
Days: Saturday, November 16, 2019, & Saturday, November 23, 2019
Times: 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

The 2-night per week – Evening Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training Program consists of ten weeks of classroom and laboratory training (Tuesdays & Thursdays) plus two 8 1/2 hour Saturdays for clinical training. Clinical training will be held on two Saturdays and students MUST be present for the entire 8 hours, each clinical day in order to receive credit for clinical hours.  The Michigan Healthcare Academy Nurse Aide Training Program is designed to provide students with the skills needed to provide basic health care services under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to residents or patients who are residing in an acute or long-term care setting.

MHA is a State-approved training program that consists of a minimum of 75 training hours and includes; classroom, laboratory, and clinical instruction.

After successful completion of the Certified Nurse Aide Training Program (NATP), the students will be eligible to take the State of Michigan Competency Evaluation Exam. Once they have passed this test, they will be able to start working as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA).

Program Objectives

The overall objective of this program is to provide quality healthcare services to residents in long-term care facilities, by nurse aides who can competently perform the following tasks:

  • Form a relationship, communicate and interact competently on a one-to-one basis with the residents;
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to residents’ emotional, social, and mental health needs through skillfully directed interactions;
  • Assist residents in attaining and maintaining functional independence;
  • Exhibit behavior in support and promotion of residents’ rights; and
  • Demonstrate the observational and documentation skills needed in the assessment of a resident’s health, physical condition, and well-being.
    (The above program objectives reflect current state and federal requirements).

Method of Instruction

  • Lecture
  • Group Activities
  • Hands-on training
  • DVD/Video presentation
  • Return Demonstration
  • Professional Guest Instructor
  • Written material
  • Quiz/test
  • Clinical practice on real residents at our participating 5-star rated, Long-Term Care Facilities

Nurse Assistant Training Program (NATP101 &NATP102) 

NATP101- Nurse Aide Training Program (Classroom & Laboratory)

During NATP101, each Nurse Aide Student will receive classroom instruction and laboratory skills training. Each student must demonstrate competency in the following areas: Basic Nursing Skills, Personal Care Skills, Mental Health and Social Service’s Needs, Care of the Cognitively Impaired Resident, Basic Restorative Services and Resident’s Rights before advancing to NATP102.

NATP102 – Nurse Aide Training Program (Clinical)

NATP102 consists of the clinical portion of the program. This is where students will put into practice all that they have learned in NATP101 and gain “hands-on” experience with real residents. This portion of the course is held at one of our nearby long-term care facilities. All affiliated long-term care facilities are 5-star rated to offer the best training experience for our students!

Program length: 3 weeks

Opportunities for free training:

Michigan Works: Are you unemployed? As a training provider for Michigan Works; Michigan Healthcare Academy (MHA) students that are unemployed may be eligible for free training and program costs. To apply, simply call your local Michigan Works office and let them know that you are interested in attending the Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program at Michigan Healthcare Academy (MHA). They will then walk you through the steps and eligibility requirements.

Work agreement: Many of our partnering facilities are offering to pay for your training costs in exchange for a one-year work agreement. Some facilities will even pay you an hourly wage, while you attend classes! If interested, please send an email to registration@mihealthcareacademy/com.

Back on Track: Students who are graduates of the Back on Track Program may be eligible to receive $500.00 towards their Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program. for more information please visit their website at https://backontrack.education/

Reimbursement for self-paying students: Michigan Healthcare Academy (MHA) offers a self-pay tuition discount to students who are not eligible for free or reduced training prices, from other sources. This is typically our advertised tuition price. In addition, when you self-pay for your training costs, you will be eligible through the Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program, for reimbursement up to $951.00  as long as your first job as a Certifed Nursing Assistant (CNA) is at a facility that accepts Medicaid (most do)! A nursing facility has six months after the CNA’s hire date to reimburse them for training and testing costs. A CNA must secure employment with a certified nursing facility within twelve months of completing his or her testing to be eligible for reimbursement.

Program  fees:
Student self-pay holiday promotional tuition price (December 2019 start dates only): $499.00!!! 

Tuition includes:
Registration Fee
Criminal Background Check
MHA School Patch
American Heart Association BLS/CPR/AED training
Nurse Assistant Training Certificate, upon successful completion of  the course
Graduation celebration
Free work placement assistance

Requirements:

  • Must be 17 years of age or older
  • Have valid State of Michigan ID (driver license or State ID card)
  • Show proof of a Social Security card
  • Show proof of recent TB testing (PPD skin test or chest x-ray)
  • Consent to a criminal background check

*All students must wear white or mostly white, non-skid tennis shoes and a Royal Blue Nursing Uniform. A Michigan Healthcare Academy (MHA) patch will be applied to the uniform and is available for $5.00 during the first week of class.

*Please bring a watch with a second hand, a notebook,  and your winning smile to class! All other supplies are included with your tuition!
**Tuition does not include, State of Michigan Competency Exams taken after the successful completion of the course.

Refund/Cancellation Policy

Only partial tuition costs are refundable for the Nurse Aide Training Program. If you need to cancel or drop out of a program, for any reason, you will be issued the following tuition refund after the refund charge is applied:

20%                    8-14 days before class starts
30%                    3-7 days before class starts
50%                    1-2 days before class starts
NO REFUND    First day of class and thereafter

*Costs associated with registration fees, textbooks, and school patches are non-refundable.

**Programs may be canceled due to low enrollment if the minimum number of student enrollment has not been achieved. In this event, students will be invited to attend the next scheduled class or they may request a refund of 100% of fees paid toward their training program.