The Nursing Assistant program at West Kentucky Community and Technical College prepares students to fill a critical role of the nursing assistant in the health care industry. The nursing assistant functions under the supervision of the licensed nurse (LPN or RN) and assists in caring for the hygiene, comfort, exercise and safety. Moving patients, observing and reporting client conditions, collecting specimens and giving emotional comfort are also part of being a nurse aide. Check out our flyer.
The MNA, KMA, and ANA certificates may be completed in one semester.
There are no selective admission requirements for the Medicaide Nurse Aide (NAA 100 or MNA 100) program. There are selective admission requirements for the Kentucky Medication Aide (KMA) and the Advanced Nursing Assistant (NAA 115 or 125) programs. You may also consult WKCTC's general admission requirements.
The nursing assistant may be employed in a variety of settings.
Course Requirements for the above Credential Opportunities includes:
For more information please refer to the Nursing Assistant Checklist.
Please refer to frequently asked questions.