Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)
The LNA Training Program ia approved by the Vermont Board of Nursing and prepares adults to pass the Red Cross exam required to obtain a license as a nursing assistant in Vermont. The course focuses on the essentials of safe and effective practices for care in a healthcare facility setting. Students will learn the basics of assisting patients, body mechanics, ethics and communication.
The typical program format has changed for the duration of the CoVid19 crisis. The program will be:
- 80 hours of classroom/lab instruction delivered on-site.
- Masks must be worn if not vaccinated.
In order to be accepted into the program, students must have earned a high school diploma, GED, or successfully passed an assessment of English literacy and basic math skills given by Vermont Adult Learning. There is no cost for this assessment but you must call Maureen Cooney-Moore at 802-735-1676 to schedule an assessment time. The textbook for this course is written at a level suitable for high school/college graduates. If you have a high school diploma or a GED but still have doubts about your math and literacy skills please schedule an assessment.
You must submit a copy of your high school diploma, GED or VAL assessment results along with the tuition payment to finalize acceptance into the program. Students must be 18 by time the course is completed. Students who meet all the prerequisites listed above are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Call 802-857-7942 with questions.
Day/Time: Class meets at CTE in Essex Junction on Monday and Wednesdy, 5pm – 9pm beginning October 10, 2022 for 10 weeks.
Cost: $1,350 (additional costs include a $130 testing fee and a $20 Nursing Board fee. Background check is free.
Registration Deadline: When class is fully enrolled (8 students)
Instructor: Ann Marie Barton-Sullivan, RN