CNA course for juniors and seniors

Do you want to become a C.N.A.?

Labette Community College is now offering you an opportunity to become a C.N.A. with our “Nurse Aide: Geriatric” course.

Locations: ONLINE for lecture
New location: Clinicals at Chetopa Manor, 814 Walnut, Chetopa on Mondays/Wednesdays from 4:00-8:30pm

When: Monday, February 8 through Sunday April 10, 2016

Limit: 10 students – Enrollment is on a first-come, first serve basis when pre-enrollment test requirements are completed – no places will be held.

Instructors: Stephanie Kasson, R.N. and Gina Miller, R.N.

Cost (In-state): $540 (6 credit hours) plus $16 liability insurance fee and $90 hybrid course fee = $646* – payment arrangements must be made within the first week of class

Cost (AR, OK, MO): $666 (6 credit hours) plus $16 liability insurance fee and $90 hybrid course fee = $772* – payment arrangements must be made within the first week of class

Required textbook is available as a rental from the LCC Bookstore for approximately $30; call 620-820-1165 for information – textbook must be returned to bookstore by date of state test or student won’t be allowed to test

Scrubs are required to be worn at clinicals

Required Equipment/Software: Computer with Internet access, with a minimum speed of 56.6 or better; Netscape Navigator 3.0 or higher or Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher

Pre-enrollment Tests: Two-step TB skin test and Reading Test (Compass min score 60/ACT min score 13)

Enrollment: Contact Carol Rabig at 620.820.1273 or 1.888.522.3883, extension 1273

* Additional costs:
1. All students must bring $22 cash to the orientation to pay for the C.N.A. certification (the state no longer issues cards) and the processing fee. Must also bring $15 cash for the background check fee.
2. All students must bring $38 cash (or money order made out to LCC – NO checks) to the test site to pay for the state test. Students who fail to bring payment will not be allowed to take the test and will have to reschedule (and pay an additional $20 to the Kansas Department for Aging & Disability Services.)

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