State Tested Nursing Assistants (STNA) play a crucial role in providing compassionate and essential care to patients in various healthcare settings. Responsibilities include assisting with daily activities, monitoring vital signs, and supporting the nursing staff in delivering high-quality patient care. As an STNA, your dedication and empathy make you an invaluable asset to the healthcare team, ensuring the well-being and comfort of those under your care!
Our State Tested Nursing Assistant program will prepare you with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care for the elderly and seriously ill patients in nursing homes, hospitals and home care settings.
After completing of the program, you'll be qualified to sit for the state certification written and skills exam. STNA's are in need across the country making this a great time to get started on your career journey!
- Hands-on Skills
- Knowledge of Healthcare Settings
- Review sessions for Certification exam
Instructors are professionals in the field and teach using a primarily hands-on approach to skill development.
Certifications & Credentials:
- STNA - State Tested Nursing Assistant with the State of Ohio
- Stop the Bleed Certificate
- WCCC Certificate of Program Completion
The STNA program offered at WCCC prepared me very well for my career. It covered everything one would need to know about their role in healthcare, as well as the reason why STNA’s are very important. The instructor and staff went above and beyond to make sure every student was performing at the highest level possible in the classroom. Thank you again WCCC.
Matthew O. White, STNA 2022
College of Allied Health, UC
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The WCCC Atrium Campus is centrally located off I75 in Middletown, just behind the Atrium Medical Center. This state-of-the-art campus focuses on preparing students for in-demand medical careers. We're small and mighty! Allowing us to provide personalized attention and a family like atmosphere that helps our students thrive.
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Cancellation Policy: To cancel your registration for the STNA program and receive a refund, you must notify the Warren County Career Center Adult Education Department at least 24 hours prior to the start of the first class. If the required notice is not made, no refund will be issued. Upon request, the non-refunded tuition may be applied to a future course for which an opening exists.