About

This 143 hour program prepares the student to work in long term care facilities, hospitals, home care, and other extended care facilities. Our program meets the Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training requirements outlined by the Colorado State Board of Nursing. Upon completion of the program students are eligible to take the state CNA written and skills examinations. Qualities of a Nurse Aide include the knowledge of your calling to help others, strong communication skills, attention to detail, sense of humor, and compassion. Nurse Aides provide patient care under the direction of nursing staff. Skilled care includes:

  • The ability to identify abnormal signs and symptoms or changes in a person’s condition and report to nursing staff
  • Providing assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, assistance with meals, toileting, and exercise
  • Assisting with mobility and repositioning
  • Meeting the emotional and social needs while providing quality care

NOW AVAILABLE AS AN IN-SEAT OR ONLINE/HYBRID PROGRAM

Details

Upcoming Dates

  • February 26th-May 17th, 2024: Online Hybrid – Delta Campus
  • March 25th-June 14th, 2024: Online Hybrid – Delta Campus

Pricing

  • $1544.75*
  • * approximate cost, not including assessment and state testing fees, books and supplies; subject to change

Program Information

  • Nurse Aide is a 7.5 credit, 143 hour program
  • State examination is required for certification ($135)
  • In-Seat and online/hybrid programs available
  • The online program is 10 weeks. This offers flexible scheduling for theory coursework online in the comfort of your home. Practical lab skills are on campus, and clinical practical is at a long term care facility. (Please see the schedule for specific lab and clinical days for each session).
  • This program DOES NOT qualify for Federal Aid (Pell, SEOG, Federal Work Study, etc…)

Department Faculty

  • Paula Trickel (Program Coordinator)
  • Nikki Kwiatkowski (Instructor)
  • Morgan Hill (Instructor)
  • Ariel Tidwell (Instructor)

How to Apply

  1. Complete TCR application
  2. Send a copy of your Drivers License to admissions@tcr.edu
  3. Request Official High school and College Transcripts to be sent to admissions@tcr.edu

Additional Tools

  1. Nurse Aide Application Packet
  2. Admission Checklist
  3. Complete Background Check
  4. Immunizations & Vaccine List
  5. Essential Functions
  6. NA Financial Aid
  7. NA Course Descriptions

Available at these locations

  • Main Campus
    1765 US-50
    Delta, CO 81416
  • Online

High School Students

This program is available to high school students. Requirements for admission are the same, see above. For more information about high school enrollment click here https://tcr.edu/high-school-concurrent-enrollment/

Additional Links

Booklist

Current Schedules-Spring 2024

01/08/2024-03/22/24 Online Hybrid Delta Campus

02/26/24-05/17/24 Online Hybrid Delta Campus

  • Orientation February 15th at 2:00 PM, Delta Campus

03/25/24-06/14/24 Online Hybrid Delta Campus

  • Orientation March 13th at 2:00 PM, Delta Campus

Policies

  1. NA Admissions Policy
  2. NA Completion Policy
  3. NA Dismissal Policy
  4. NA Tuition Policy
  5. NA Certification