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The 80-hour course includes theory, as well as supervised lab and clinical training. Upon completion of the course, students are qualified to take the competency evaluation (State Test) at a recognized state testing center. Location, Dates & Times: Classroom instruction will be held at the following locations (to be determined): St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center (SETEC) 3861 Olympic Blvd. Erlanger, KY 41018 St. Elizabeth Florence 4900 Houston Rd. Florence, KY 41042 St. Elizabeth Ft. Thomas 85 North Grand Ave. Ft. Thomas, KY 41075 2020 class dates and times are listed on the embedded applications at the bottom of this page. State-Tested Nurse Aide Training 10-Day Course The 10-day course combines classroom and clinical time during a 10-day period to complete the course requirements. This course is open to anyone who meets the specified course requirements. 2020 State-Tested Nurse Aide Training Online Course for Nursing and Pre-Nursing Students The online course combines computer-based learning modules and on-site clinical time to complete course requirements. All students must show proof of acceptance to college or university. All computer modules and workbook chapters must be complete prior to attending clinical dates. For more information, please contact the Program Coordinator: Ellen Ash, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, NE-BC, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (859) 655-4798. Course Requirements Course requirements must be completed prior to specified deadline. NO artificial nails of any kind are permitted in patient care areas. Application and $100 deposit required to hold a spot in the class (or on waiting list, if applicable). Most classes fill up several weeks in advance of the start date. Please call or email coordinator (contact information listed above) to confirm there is an open spot available in the class before sending documents. Payment in full is needed on the first day of class, and on the orientation date for the online class. Additional Prerequisites (needed at least two weeks in advance of class-specific dates TBA): Proof of high school diploma, GED, college transcripts/acceptance letter or equivalent. Proof of Health Insurance. Physical within the last 12 months stating you can participate in the class. Two step PPD skin test - both read as negative or a Blood Assay for Mycobacterium tuberculosis (BMAT) test - read as negative (If either test is positive, will need a chest x-ray confirming no TB). The initial PPD test shall count as the second step PPD if medical documentation of the one step PPD was negative within one year prior to the initial test. MMR (documentation if born after 1957) – or titers drawn showing levels to be within normal limits. Hepatitis B vaccination records OR proof of starting vaccination OR signed waiver. Influenza Vaccination Proof of Liability Insurance – will give information on after enrolled in class (cost is generally around $45). Proof of results of criminal record report(s) for KY (courts.ky.gov, approx. $25) and state of residency (if they differ). At time of Interview and Orientation Participants must be able to commit to the classroom and clinical time requirements described in the course syllabus. Information will be given regarding uniform for clinicals, dress code for class, and class expectations. Students with incomplete paperwork will not be permitted to start class. Application Cost: $495 for 10-day course, $595 for online course, $195 for employees **Class enrollment is limited** Once you have contacted the coordinator to confirm there is a spot available in the class, please send your completed application and $100 deposit to: St. Elizabeth Healthcare Nurse Aide Training Program Organizational Development/SETEC Attention: Ellen Ash 1 Medical Village Dr. Edgewood, KY, 41017 *Check, money order or payroll deduction ONLY for deposits. NO CASH!!!* **Credit/debit card payments are acceptable. Contact Program Coordinator for instructions: Ellen Ash, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, NE-BC, at email@example.com or at (859) 655-4798. Refund Policy: Five days prior to the start of class, a 100% refund. After this time a $100 processing fee will be deducted. No refund will be available after the first day of class for the 10-day class and after the initial start date (orientation date) of the on-line class. Program Application for Nurse Aide Training Program Click here to download an application if you ARE a current employee of St. Elizabeth Healthcare. Click here to download an application if you ARE NOT a current employee of St. Elizabeth Healthcare.