Once you successfully complete the program your can take the National Certified Patient Care Technician to work in a variety of settings including private homes, hospitals, rehabilitation centers and nursing homes.
The program spans two semesters, and the cost of attendance depends on where you live. If you would like more information contact them here:
Greenvile Technical College offers a Patient Care Technician Program putting you on your path to a career in the health field. The program takes 10 credit hours and 1 month to complete and offers both day and night classes.
The PCT program will teach your basic bedside nursing skills, urinary catheter insertion and care, sterile dressing and more. You will also gain clinical experience in both long term care facilities and acute care settings.
For details on the school and the PCT program, contact them at 864-250-8000.
3 locations available for the PCT Program:
Barton Campus 506 South Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, SC 29607
Brashier Campus 1830 West Georgia Road Simpsonville, SC 29680
Northwest Campus 8109 White Horse Road Greenville, SC 29617
Contact the school at 864-250-8000 for more information.
Ignite Healthcare Institute
Ignite Healthcare Institute has a Nurse Aide Training Program that consists of over 60 hours of instruction in the classroom and over 40 hours of clinical instructions.
Included with the program are your text and work books, scrubs, blood pressure cuff, TB and Urine tests, certification with the American Heart Association, job placement assistance and the SC State Board exam.
For more information, contact the school at 864-458-3590
Location: 348 Feaster Rd, Suite F Greenville, SC 29615
In this program you will learn all the functions necessary for a Nursing Assistant to know on the job. This includes nutrition, physical and social support for patients, infection control, patient privacy laws, patient rights and more.
Upon successful completion of the program you will receive a certificate allowing you to take the state CNA exam.
After you’ve successfully completed your training, you’ll no doubt be looking for a job. When you finally finish your training program, check out our article about the types of HHA employment that are available to you.