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BCCC Hosts Free Information Sessions about Nurse Aide Training

Provided by Bucks County Community College 

Bucks County Community College, the area’s leader in healthcare education and training, invites the public to learn more about its Nurse Aide Training Program at three information sessions coming in March.

The nurse aide functions in a number of healthcare settings, ranging from home care to nursing homes to hospitals, according to program coordinator Karen Souvigney.

“The role of the nurse aide within these settings is crucial as they are the key providers of bedside care,” said Souvigney. “Nurse aide training also provides a gateway into the nursing profession, and can be a steppingstone for those who are considering that career path.”

Souvigney will share more about the intensive 120-hour course, which is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, at free information sessions at 6 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Mon. March 9, Room 257 at the Upper Bucks Campus, One Hillendale Rd., Perkasie, Pa., 18944
  • Tue. March 10, Room 206 at the Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks, 1304 Veterans Highway, Bristol, Pa., 19007
  • Thu. March 12, Founders Hall Room 015 at the Newtown Campus, 275 Swamp Rd., Newtown, Pa., 18940

The information sessions are free and open to the public, but registration is requested. To sign up, email your name and phone number to nurseaide@bucks.edu or call 215-968-8482

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for nurse assistant occupations is immediate, with an expected job growth rate of 21% over the next decade – faster than the average for all occupations. The average starting wage can range from $14 to as high as over $20 an hour.

Nurse aide training at Bucks consists of classroom instruction, laboratory experience, and hands-on training at an area clinical site. Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program Examination to enroll in the Pennsylvania Nurse Aide registry, Souvigney added.

To learn more, visit www.bucks.edu/nurseaide. To schedule a registration appointment, contact the Nurse Aide Training Program Coordinator at 215-968-8482 or email nurseaide@bucks.edu.

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BCCC Hosts Free Information Sessions about Nurse Aide Training

Provided by Bucks County Community College 

Bucks County Community College, the area’s leader in healthcare education and training, invites the public to learn more about its Nurse Aide Training Program at three information sessions coming in March.

The nurse aide functions in a number of healthcare settings, ranging from home care to nursing homes to hospitals, according to program coordinator Karen Souvigney.

“The role of the nurse aide within these settings is crucial as they are the key providers of bedside care,” said Souvigney. “Nurse aide training also provides a gateway into the nursing profession, and can be a steppingstone for those who are considering that career path.”

Souvigney will share more about the intensive 120-hour course, which is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, at free information sessions at 6 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Mon. March 9, Room 257 at the Upper Bucks Campus, One Hillendale Rd., Perkasie, Pa., 18944
  • Tue. March 10, Room 206 at the Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks, 1304 Veterans Highway, Bristol, Pa., 19007
  • Thu. March 12, Founders Hall Room 015 at the Newtown Campus, 275 Swamp Rd., Newtown, Pa., 18940

The information sessions are free and open to the public, but registration is requested. To sign up, email your name and phone number to nurseaide@bucks.edu or call 215-968-8482

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for nurse assistant occupations is immediate, with an expected job growth rate of 21% over the next decade – faster than the average for all occupations. The average starting wage can range from $14 to as high as over $20 an hour.

Nurse aide training at Bucks consists of classroom instruction, laboratory experience, and hands-on training at an area clinical site. Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program Examination to enroll in the Pennsylvania Nurse Aide registry, Souvigney added.

To learn more, visit www.bucks.edu/nurseaide. To schedule a registration appointment, contact the Nurse Aide Training Program Coordinator at 215-968-8482 or email nurseaide@bucks.edu.

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