At Rockingham County Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNAs) are an important part of our team. If you’re thinking about becoming an LNA but can’t afford the cost of a course, we’ve got you covered. Not only does our LNA Program cover the cost of tuition and state licensing, you’ll also get paid while enrolled. Our course will provide you with basic nursing skills and prepare you for a successful career in the health care industry.
Becoming an LNA is an invaluable opportunity that will help you grow personally and professionally. No matter what your long-term career goals are, the skills you’ll gain as an LNA will teach you the fundamentals of resident care.
LNAs are an integral part of the resident experience at Rockingham County. You’ll assist our residents with their activities of daily living and work directly with members of the clinical team to provide the best resident care possible.
The LNA program consists of 110 hours of training. Students participate in 50 hours of classroom and lab training and 60 hours of clinical training where they actually care for residents in a training facility or simulated lab setting.
Learning is achieved through class lectures, video, discussions, role-playing, hands on laboratory skills training and demonstration and clinical practice. Our students learn procedural skills such as bathing, dressing vital signs, positioning, safety, and preventative skills.
We’re so excited you’re considering taking this step towards earning your LNA license! Here’s some more information about our program. We’re happy to answer any additional questions you have if you contact us.
We require students to be of at least 17 years of age, be capable of lifting 50 pounds, and a high school diploma or GED is preferred
During the interview process we’ll get an understanding of your schedule and needs and identify shifts that are mutually agreeable
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