As a Home Health Aide, you’ll work directly with patients in their homes, helping with their day-to-day living and providing quality healthcare and compassion. You’ll care for patients and assist with their needs, including bathing, exercises, meal preparation, mediation reminders, and more. Many people require Home Health Aides and personalized care, like those with disabilities, the elderly, and patients who are recovering from injuries and illnesses. Home Health Aides work for hospice agencies, private homes and home health organizations.
Excel Training Institute offers a 120-hour Nurse Aide/Home Health Aide, month long training program for individuals looking to enter or further their healthcare careers. Our Nursing Aide Training Program provides quality classroom, lab and clinical setting training to our students. Upon satisfactory completion of our course, our students qualify to take the Massachusetts State Competency Test to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).
You’ll be trained by Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses with extensive experience in both clinical and educational healthcare settings, short and long-term care, home care, and residential healthcare settings. Our staff takes pride in utilizing a team approach in education delivery and assist students to achieve their educational goals.
Excel Training Institute’s course will introduce the necessary student learning competencies required by the state of Massachusetts and prepare students for taking the Nurse Aide State Competency Exam. In addition, you will receive a Certificate of Completion for Home Health Aide Training. To ensure personalized instruction, we keep our class sizes small. Each Registered Nurse Instructor will never have more than 10 students assigned in the clinical setting.
Our Home Health Aide Training course is comprised of two components:
- Classroom/clinical laboratory: Lectures, videos, power point and hands-on demonstrations are the central focus of learning. Quizzes and skill proficiencies will be evaluation methods for determining learning.
- Clinical experience: Students are placed in facilities and work directly with residents under supervision of a Registered Nurse.
By taking our month-long course, you’ll get the knowledge, skills, and training necessary to work as a Home Health Aide or Nurse Aide in the state of Massachusetts. It’s our goal to develop a qualified, compassionate, and dependable workforce through our curriculum.
We’ve established relationships within the community with area hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, assisted living facilities and schools to assist you with placement opportunities upon Home Health Aide Training completion.
Our training facility is located in Wilbraham, MA on the Indian Orchard, Wilbraham, and Ludlow town lines with ample off-street parking and bus route access. We also have a training facility in Pittsfield, MA. For more information about registration and our home aide training classes call us at 413-583-8900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.