SCC students complete Nurse Aide Training

NA Level-I graduates from left to right: (front row) Kao Yang, Jatavia Mackey, Carrie Herring, Jordan Bright, and Malerie Frye-Bonafacio. Back row: Ryan Jones, Ashlie White, Morgan Hill, Hanna Austin, Kayla Owens, and Kim Hebert, RN (instructor).

Share this:

Students from Stanly Community College (SCC) recently completed the Nurse Aide (NA) training in Level-I and Level-II. NA Level-I program, or beginning of the multi-skilled NA certificate program, is a 165-hour program that includes intensive lecture/lab, a clinical component and state exam preparation. Students learn patient care skills used in long-term care facilities, hospitals and home care agencies.

NA Level-I graduates from left to right: (front row) Amanda Arnder, Melissa Wood, and Dedra Oliver. Back row: Nancy Murr, RN (instructor), Christian Carpenter, Zachary Washburn, Carlton Collins, Patrick Thao, Jamie Ferguson, and Grace Motley.

The NA Level-II program is the next level of direct patient care and consists of theory, lab, competency testing, and 80 hours of clinical experience in a hospital-type setting. This course is designed to provide the advanced-level nurse aide student with the fundamental nursing skills permitted by the North Carolina Board of Nursing to provide patient care services under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse.

NA Level-I graduates from left to right: (front row) Ashley Ingram, Sarah Huneycutt, Sydney Smith, Hunter Nichols, and Jennifer Lowder, RN (instructor). Back row: Sarah Elliott, Logan Lowder, Lauren Walker, Hannah Mayhew, and Nicole Conn.

For more information regarding the Nurse Aide programs at Stanly Community College, contact Dana Craven, NA Coordinator and Instructor at (704) 991-0342 or, or visit the College’s website at

NA Level-II graduates from left to right: (front row) Sonya Smith, Caitlyn Huneycutt, Elizabeth Smith, RN (instructor), and Lanisha Caple. Middle row: Shannon Owens, Jana Teal, RN (instructor), and Annette Barnhardt. Back row: Robin Rogers, RN (instructor), Tracy Nottage, Lauren Brewer, and Tiffany Williams.
Share this: