Five graduate from Hill College’s Certified Nursing Assistant’s program
The Hill College Continuing Education Department recently graduated five nurse aides students from the program.
Graduating were Ashely Andrez, Cleburne; Rebecca Campbell, Granbury; Brooklyn Kimball, Cleburne; Reese Pate, Alvarado; and Jackeline Powell, Joshua.
The CNA program is a 112-hour program (72 hours of lecture, 40 hours of clinical) that costs $666. The training provides the skills, knowledge, and abilities essential to provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. Students are also prepared for the state certification exam for CNA offered by Texas Health and Human Services Department and will be prepared for entry-level employment in long-term care facilities, doctor’s offices and hospitals.
Certified nurse aides are needed in hospitals as well as in entities that provide long-term care,” said Hill College’s Dean of Continuing Education, Stephen Pape.
This course will also be offered again at the Johnson County Campus in Cleburne Oct. 7-Dec. 10, 2019; Feb. 3-April 13 and June 1-Aug. 3, 2020. Additionally, this course will be offered Hill County Campus in Hillsboro March 23-May 9, 2020.
Registration requirements are located at www.hillcollege.edu/ce. Qualifying students may be eligible for up to $266 in Texas Public Educational Grant funding.
Students are responsible for textbook(s) and supplies which are available in the Hill College bookstore.