Long-Term Care Nurse Assistant Job Training Program
Where To Go From Here
Classroom lecture, simulated labs and supervised clinical experience in long-term care facilities are combined to provide the basic nursing skills and knowledge necessary for students to give patient care appropriately and safely. Upon successful completion (C or better grade) students are eligible for employment in health-care facilities and to apply for the State of Michigan Competency test. Students interested in earning an associate degree are encouraged to consult an MCC counselor or academic advisor.
Why This Degree
The Long-Term Care Nurse Assistant program offers several opportunities for employment in the health-care industry, and opportunities to help with many aspects of patient care. This course provides the foundation for continued study at the associate-degree level landing a career as a LPN earning $32,510 to $60,420 per year.
Montcalm Community College’s Long-Term Care Nurse Assistant Training Program has full approval from the State of Michigan Nurse Aide Training Programs Bureau of Health Care Services. Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). Bureau of Community and Health Systems Health Facility Licensing, Permits and Support Division 611 W. Ottawa Street; P. O. Box 30664; Lansing, MI 48909