SCC Nurse Aide Students Complete Accelerated Course

Posted: Sep 05, 2017

Surry Community College Nurse Aide students have completed recent classes in July.

SCC offers Nurse Aide Level I and II certification courses throughout the year including an Accelerated Nurse Aide I course.

The Accelerated Nurse Aide I or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) I class allows students to obtain their Nurse Aide credential in only eight weeks. The course prepares students to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills for the elderly and other adults. Upon successful completion of the CNA I and the requisite certification exam, students will be listed on the North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation Nurse Aide I Registry and may seek employment in a variety of healthcare settings.

Surry Community College’s Accelerated Nurse Aide I class held on the Dobson campus and instructed by Martha Bennett, RN, BSN; Pansy White, RN; Randa Combs, RN; and Michelle Vogler, RN concluded July 13. Pictured left to right: Nicole Davis of Mount Airy, Madeline Gammons of Mount Airy, Karla Byrd of Winston-Salem, Katelyn Southard of Elkin, McKenna Major of Elkin, Katie Stanley of Mount Airy, Victoria Wingler of East Bend, Robella Lambert of Mount Airy, Brooke Whittington of Pilot Mountain, Gustavo Lopez Diaz of East Bend, Carrie Brown of State Road, Lesly Rodriguez of East Bend, Mallory Choplin of Yadkinville, Katlin Creed of Mount Airy, Lauren Stone of Hamptonville, Cat Beal of Mount Airy, and Kristin Collins of Dobson.

Surry Community College’s Accelerated Nurse Aide I class instructed by LuAnn Brown, RN, BSN at The Yadkin Center concluded July 31. Pictured left to right: (front row) Austin Hartmann of Yadkinville, Sydnee Choplin of East Bend, Kari Laws of Dobson, Cinthia Flores of Mount Airy; (back row) Cheyenne Dawson of Ennice, Courtney Groce of Hamptonville, Moriah Butner of Tobaccoville, Charly McCormick of Siloam, and Hannah Shelton of Elkin.

For more information on Surry’s Nurse Aide classes, contact Margie Collins at (336) 386-3423 or Information about Surry’s Allied Health programs can also be found on Facebook @SurryAlliedHealth

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