Students practice these skills in lab (a simulated patient room) and then apply the skills during their clinical rotation in a long-term care facility, with guidance from RN instructors.
The Nurse Aide Training certificate is offered at the Cincinnati State Clifton campus, the Middletown campus, and the Evendale campus (Workforce Development Center).
Credentialing: Upon successful completion of the certificate program, students are eligible to take the Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation exam offered by the Ohio Department of Health.
Graduates Are Prepared To
- Work as a State Tested Nurse Aide in a long term care facility.
Representative Job Titles For Graduates
- State Tested Nurse Aide
Graduate Starting Salary Projections
Representative Co-Op/Clinical/Intern Sites
- Numerous long-term care facilities in the Greater Cincinnati area
Co-op Salary Projections
Effective 2019-2020 academic year
Nurse Aide Training Certificate (NATC)
- Program Prerequisites: Must be at least 16 years old. To be admitted to this program, students must submit an application including a 2-step TB test. The 2-step TB test must be completed no more than 12 months prior to the semester the student is enrolled in MCH 130. A 12th grade or higher reading level is recommended.
The application and instructions are available at www.cincinnatistate.edu/nurseaide.
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- Prospective students must complete the Application form (below)
- Requirements to be admitted:
- Must be at least 16 years old.
- Must submit an application including a 2-step TB test. (The 2-step TB test must be completed no more than 12 months prior to the semester the student is enrolled in the course MCH 130.)
- A 12th grade or higher reading level is recommended.
- Other requirements for admitted students include:
- A social security card with the student's correct name and a state picture ID with correct information must be presented on the first day of class and at the time of state testing.
- Books are required on the first day of class.
- Students must meet a strict attendance policy, as required by the Ohio Department of Health.
- Students must wear hunter green scrubs as their required uniform during clinical experiences in a long-term care facility.
The letters G, B, and T (displayed after course titles or elective descriptions) identify types of courses required by the Ohio Department of Higher Education as part of an associate’s degree curriculum.
G = General Education course in this curriculum
B = Basic Skills course in this curriculum
T = Technical course in this curriculum
Lisa Lucas, MA, Advisor
Lisa Youngstrom, RN, MS CAM, Program Coordinator