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Program Specialist

Eve Sternberg

Phone:

206-546-6930

Email:

esternberg@shoreline.edu

 

I-BEST:
Nursing Assistant Certified

This one-quarter certificate program prepares students for entry into one of the highest demand positions in the health care field. Nursing assistants work with registered nurses and LPNs in hospitals, assisted living facilities and nursing homes.

 

Get the Planning Guide

Get started!

  1. Speak with the NAC Program Specialist Eve Sternberg, 206-546-6930, esternberg@shoreline.edu
  2. Apply for admission to the college
  3. Explore options for financial aid.

 

Class Times

  • 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday (Thursday as scheduled)
  • 11-week schedule

(Required lab class and clinical externship scheduled outside of above times)

 

Class Basics

This course is designed to help students prepare for the Washington State exam for Nursing Assistants as well as prepare them for the workforce. The class is split into three parts that include: 1) theory 2) skills and 3) clinical experience. Clinical work is done offsite at a residential care facility where students use the skills learned in the lab and class. 

 

Along with a Certificate of Completion, graduates will also be trained for the certificates below. These are often required for employment and make Shoreline graduates well-qualified to work in a variety of settings. 

 

Additional Certificates
  • Dementia for Caregivers
  • First Aid / CPR
  • Certificate of Completion
  • HIV / AIDS Training
  • Observation and Documentation
  • Nurse Delegation
  • Mental Health
  • Nurse Delegation Diabetes