Nurse Aide

Nurse Aide (Certificate program)

  • Description: Nursing aides help care for physically ill, injured, disabled, or infirm individuals confined to hospitals, nursing and personal care facilities. Nursing aides, also known as nursing assistants, geriatric aides, unlicensed assistive personnel, or hospital attendants, perform routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff.
     

Nurse Aide Program Outcomes 

Program Measurements Used

Results

Comparison Data 

Continuous Improvement 

1. Prepared to successfully pass the State Nurse Aide Training exam.

 STNA Certification Exam

 90% passage rate

State average:    80% passage rate

No intervention needed at this time

2. Prepared for the LCCC LPN program in bedside skills for all patients or residents.

Clinical Evaluation of Competency

100% competency for program graduates

LCCC Benchmark level of 100%

No intervention needed at this time

Employer Survey

100% rated skills at or above expectations

LCCC Benchmark level of 95%

No intervention needed at this time

3. Obtain employment in the healthcare industry.

Post Graduate Survey

 

Data being compiled

 

 

Minimum of 75% employed by post-graduate survey

To be determined

4. Be judged as satisfactory or better as Nurse Aide employees by employer.

Employer Survey

100% rated skills at or above expectations

LCCC Benchmark level of 100%

No intervention needed at this time

5. Demonstrate proficiency in Nurse Aide written and skills testing and standards as required by Ohio Department of Health (ODH).

 STNA Certification Exam

 90% passage rate

State average:     80% passage rate

No intervention needed at this time


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