Nurse Aide Training Program
The Nurse Aide Training Program (NATP) prepares students for health careers over a period of three academic years and exceeds the 75-hour minimum curriculum provided in other certified nursing-assistant programs. Extended laboratory practice and clinical exposure ease the transition from high school student to healthcare worker. At the end of their junior year, students qualify to sit for the Pennsylvania Nurse Aide Certification examination. Upon passing the exam, students are licensed by the state of Pennsylvania to give care to patients in healthcare and receive their CPR certification.
Students participate in the Co-operative Education Program during their senior year by working on-site in various business areas.
- Emergency Care
- Home Health
- Nursing Homes
- Primary Care
- Urgent Care
- PA Nursing Assistant and CPR certification
- All sophomores will be Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10 certified.