If you are a caring individual who enjoys helping people, the STNA position is for you. Working with patients who need your assistance and care will provide a sense of purpose at work. Are you looking for a rewarding career where you are able to help others live a more fulfilling life? If so, train for this in-demand health career through our Ohio Department of Health approved training program. After completion of this class, you will be qualified to work in nursing homes, hospitals, home care, hospice, assisted living, and as independent providers. Register Today with Tri-C!
Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) – Standards, Guidelines and more:
• Communication and Interpersonal Skills
• Mental Health and Social Service Needs
• Resident Rights
• Infection Control
• Safety & Emergency
• Restorative Services
• Basic Nursing Skills
• Personal Care Skills
• State Exam Preparation
• Integrated Career & Job Readiness
Basic Life Support CPR certification for health care providers.
Clinical: 16 hours may be held on weekdays or weekends (times may vary). Clinical days vary by class.
Eligible to take the Ohio Department of Health Nurse Aide Competency Exam for certification.
Onsite State Testing scheduled by STNA Preceptor. The 1st attempt is included in the cost.
Program cost is $1200.00 (includes text materials, CPR, Professionalism, 1st State Test).
This is a non-credit certificate program and is not covered by financial aid (FAFSA, student loans, etc.).
Registration may be done online or by calling 216-987-3075, option 1
You will be notified via email of the STNA orientation date prior to the start of classes.
High School Diploma/GED preferred or in progress. Current high school students welcomed!
Recommended: Math 6th grade level and Reading 8th grade level.
There are no course prerequisites for the program.
Successfully pass fingerprint and background check – Required prior to clinicals (subject to change)
Completion of immunization requirements: 2 Step TB testing and Influenza (seasonal only) prior to clinicals.