St. Cloud Technical & Community College

Course Equivalents

Course Equivalents for HLTH 1402 at St. Cloud Technical and Community College in Fall 2019 (Aug - Dec)



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Alexandria Technical and Community College

NSGA 1640 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Training - 3 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/wellness continuum and basic nursing skills. It is designed to prepare the learner for entry-level employment as a Nursing Assistant and/or Home Health Aide. Nursing Assistant registration is a prerequisite to the Practical Nursing program. This course meets the MN Department of Health Standards.
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Anoka Technical College

HLTH 1103 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide - 5 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, basic nursing and personal care skills, mental health and social needs, restorative services, residents rights, and home health. The skills are performed in a supervised laboratory and long term care clinical setting. The course is the MN State approved curriculum and meets the requirements of the Minnesota Department of Health . Upon completion of the competency evaluation, students can be employed in either a long term care facility, hospital, or assisted living facility. Minnesota Department of Health: Reimbursable Expenses Nursing assistants who pay for the cost of their training and testing prior to employment are eligible for reimbursement. The nursing assistant has 1 year from completion of the test to turn in receipts requesting reimbursement. The facility has 90 days to reimburse the nursing assistant. If the nursing assistant does not remain employed as a nursing assistant for 90 days, the nursing home is under no obligation to reimburse the nursing assistant. The first nursing home the nursing assistant stays at for at least 90 days would then be responsible to reimburse the nursing assistant if it has been 1 year or less since completion of the test. Only certified nursing homes or boarding care homes are required to reimburse a nursing assistant.(Perquisites: None)(3 credits lecture/2 credits lab)
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Central Lakes College

NSGA 1110 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

The Nursing Assistant course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum and basic nursing skills. Skills are demonstrated and practiced in a supervised laboratory setting environment. This course also allows for practical application of skills developed and practiced in the nursing laboratory setting. Students will demonstrate learned skills under the supervision of their instructor in a nursing care setting. This course meets State and Federal requirements for placement on the State and Federal requirements for placement on the State Registry. Students must complete with a grade of C or better to pass this course. Attendance is mandatory, no more than 4 hours may be missed.
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Century College

HSCI 1001 - Nursing Assistant - 4 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum, and basic nursing skills in long-term care, acute care, and/or home care environments. Skills are taught in a simulated laboratory setting utilizing demonstration and role-playing. Upon successful completion of classroom studies, students will participate in a minimum of 16 hours of supervised clinical experience in a long-term care facility. This course meets the state and federal requirements as detailed for educating the nursing assistant. Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the examination for placement on the Minnesota Department of Health Nursing Assistant Registry. This course requires students to be 16 years of age or older and a MN Human Services Study with no restrictions. Prerequisite(s): Course placement into RDNG 0940 or higher.
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Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

HLTH 1005 - Introduction to Nursing/Nursing Assitant /Home Health Aid - 4 credits
This course introduces the concepts of basic human needs, the health/illness continuum, basic nursing skills, and how to apply basic nuring. It is designed to prepare the student for entry level employment as a Nursing AssistantRegistered at a long term care facility and as Home Health Aide in the home care environment. It also serves as an introduction to the nursing sequence for students who successfully complete the Minnesota State Nursing Assistant Test-Out (NATO) to be placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry.
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Hennepin Technical College

NAHA 1002 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide - 5 credits

This state approved course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health and/or illness continuum and basic personal care skills. It includes theory with skills demonstrated in a supervised laboratory setting and 24 hours of clinical care of selected adult elders in a long term care (LTC) setting. The role of the nursing assistant in a LTC facility as well as working with various populations is discussed. In addition, the course provides an overview of the nursing assistant's role in home care. It identifies issues related to working in homes, including adjustments to delivering personal care, food and nutrition, and homemaking responsibilities. Upon successful completion of this course, the student is eligible to take the MN Nursing Assistant Competency Evaluation for NA/HHA. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the MN Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry. (Prereq: Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901. Ability to lift and move 25-50 pounds. 16 years of age) (BP/EP) 5 cr
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Hibbing Community College

ALHE 1500 - Introduction to Nursing - 4 credits

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Inver Hills Community College

NURS 1001 - Nursing Assistant - 5 credits

Introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum, and basic nursing skills in long-term care and/or home care environments. Skills are taught in a simulated laboratory setting utilizing demonstration and role-playing. Upon successful completion of classroom studies, the student will participate in 24 hours of supervised clinical experience in a long-term care facility. This course meets the objectives of the Federal OBRA and Minnesota Department of Health requirements as detailed for educating the nursing assistant. Students should be fluent English speakers. Course includes a malpractice insurance fee. Note: To complete the requirements of the course students will need to receive a criminal background clearance. Please refer to the Criminal Background section of the catalog for more information on the criminal background study. Prereq: Completion of READ 0090 or placement into READ 0093 or higher; HCM 1111 Medical Terminology recommended.
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Lake Superior College

NUNA 1420 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide - 4 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum, and basic nursing skills. It is designed to prepare the student for entry level as a Nursing Assistant. In addition, the Home Health Aide component is designed to instruct students to apply basic nursing principles in caring for the client at home. This includes a mandatory 24 hour clinical component to be completed at a Long-Term Care facility. Upon successful completion of this course, the student is entitled to take the State Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Test Out. This test is required to be awarded a Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate. This course meets the Federal OBRA and Minnesota Department of Health requirements. Prerequisites: Student must be able to successfully pass the Health Occupations Physical and State Background Study. (2 hrs lec/4 hrs lab/0 hrs OJT)
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NUNA 1400 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum and basic nursing skills. It is designed to prepare the student for entry level as a Nursing Assistant and serves as an introduction to the nursing sequence for students who choose to advance in the nursing profession. This course meets the Federal OBRA and Minnesota Department of Health requirements. Successful completion of this course prepares students to take the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Test Out. (Prerequisites: None) (2.25 hr lec/1.5 hrs lab/0 hrs OJT)
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College

NAHA 1819 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide - 5 credits

This course will introduce you to the concepts of basic human needs, the health/illness continuum, and basic nursing skills in long-term care and the home-care environment. Skills will be taught in a simulated laboratory setting utilizing demonstration and role-playing. Upon successful completion of classroom studies, you will participate in a supervised clinical experience in a long-term care facility. Your presence is mandatory at all class and clinical hours to achieve a passing grade in the course. This course meets the objectives of the Federal Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) and Minnesota Department of Health Requirements as detailed for educating the nursing assistant. Upon successful completion of the course and clinical, you will be prepared for the Nursing Assistant test out and, upon successful testing, will be placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry. Please see Program pages in this catalog for other course requirements. Must be taken Pass/Fail.
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Minnesota State College Southeast

HLTH 1098 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

This 80-hour course develops skills, attitudes and knowledge essential for direct and supportive care in long-term care facilities. Class meets OBRA requirements and MN Board of Nursing standards. Skills are demonstrated in supervised laboratory and clinical environment. This is a prerequisite for incoming LPN students. Recent mantoux test taken up to 90 days prior to class start must be brought to first class. Twenty hours of clinical experience are included in this class. Note: Clinical days begin at 7:00 a.m. for daytime classes in Winona. The 80-hour MN Nursing Assistant class and being placed on the MN Registry does not qualify Nurse Aides to work in WI. Students are required to have a background check by submitting paperwork the first day of class. If background check does not pass, student will not be allowed to attend clinicals and a refund will not be issued. (Prerequisites: none) (3 credits: 1 lecture/2 lab)
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Minnesota West Community and Technical College

HC 1175 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

Introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness and basic nursing skills. Skills are demonstrated in a supervised laboratory setting and in a clinical environment. This course also covers introduction to home care. Topics include care of the child, reporting procedures, caring for special populations, homemaking skills, and hospice care.
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Normandale Community College

NURS 1060 - Nursing Assistant - Home Health Aide - 4 credits

The Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate course prepares the student to provide physical nursing care to individuals in long term care facilities, hospitals, board and care homes, and in the clients own home. Students learn how to measure vital signs, assist individuals with physical needs such as personal hygiene, elimination, mobility, exercise and nutrition. This course also includes information on emotional, spiritual and psychosocial needs, and basic training in behavior management for persons with dementia. Attendance is mandatory, per Minnesota Department of Health regulations. Students successfully completing this course are eligible to take the Pearson Vue Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Competency Test. After passing this test students can be placed on the Minnesota Department of Health Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry. Lecture 2 hours, Lab 4 hours, Clinical 24 hours at the end of the course.
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Northland Community and Technical College

HLTH 1110 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs in simple terms. Students learn to assist residents in activities of daily living. Selected common technical nursing skills are introduced. Principles of body mechanics are emphasized. This course is intended to prepare for practice at the Nursing Assistant level. Prerequisites: Accuplacer scores: Reading 64, Arithmetic 50.
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Northwest Technical College

HLTH 1110 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

This course is intended to prepare the student to practice as Nursing Assistants and serve as an introduction to nursing for students who continue in nursing education. The integrated curriculum meets state and federal requirements. Students are introduced to the concepts of basic human need and learn to assist individuals in activities of daily living. Principles of body mechanics are emphasized. Selected common technical nursing skills are introduced. Successful completion of this course prepares the participant to take the state approved competency evaluation and seek employment in long-term care settings. Prerequisite(s): None
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Pine Technical and Community College

HEOP 1238 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aid - 3 credits
This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum and basic nursing skills. The theory and role of the nursing assistant in a long term care facility and the home care setting as well as working with various populations will be discussed. Students will demonstrate skills, practice in a supervised laboratory setting, and orient to clinical setting and the home setting. The philosophy of home care in addition to the differences between long term care settings and home care settings are discussed. Upon successful completion of this course and Nursing Assistant Clinical the candidate is eligible to take the Minnesota Competency Evaluation for Nursing Assistants and Home Health Aide. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry.
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Ridgewater College

NA 1612 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

The Nursing Assistant Certificate course prepares the student to provide physical nursing care to individuals in long-term care facilities. This course helps students learn the roles and responsibilities of the nursing home assistant working in long-term care. Information about residents and client¿s rights, pertinent laws and ethical issues are introduced. Concepts of basic human needs, basic nursing and personal care skills, mental health, social needs, and restorative services will also be addressed throughout the course. Students learn how to measure vital signs, assist individuals with physical needs such as personal hygiene, elimination, mobility, exercise and nutrition. Skills learned are performed in a supervised laboratory setting and in a long-term care setting. Attendance is mandatory, per Minnesota Department of Health regulations. Students successfully completing this course are eligible to take the Pearson Vue Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Competency Test. After passing this test students can be placed on the Minnesota Department of Health Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry.
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NA 1612 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

The Nursing Assistant Certificate course prepares the student to provide physical nursing care to individuals in long-term care facilities. This course helps students learn the roles and responsibilities of the nursing home assistant working in long-term care. Information about residents and client¿s rights, pertinent laws and ethical issues are introduced. Concepts of basic human needs, basic nursing and personal care skills, mental health, social needs, and restorative services will also be addressed throughout the course. Students learn how to measure vital signs, assist individuals with physical needs such as personal hygiene, elimination, mobility, exercise and nutrition. Skills learned are performed in a supervised laboratory setting and in a long-term care setting. Attendance is mandatory, per Minnesota Department of Health regulations. Students successfully completing this course are eligible to take the Pearson Vue Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Competency Test. After passing this test students can be placed on the Minnesota Department of Health Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry.
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NA 1125 - Home Health Aide - 1 credits

This course prepares the student to provide physical care to individuals in Home Care Settings. This course introduces concepts of home care, homemaking skills, care of children and special populations. The course also introduces concepts of observation, reporting, and documentation in the home, as well as emergency procedures and hospice care in the home. Attendance at lecture sessions is mandatory. There is an independent study component, in-home observation experience and a short student presentation. Upon successful completion of this course, the student is eligible to take the Minnesota Competency Evaluation for Home Health Aide. Prerequisite: NA 1612 Nursing Assistant
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Riverland Community College

HCNA 1200 - Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide-SEE NOTES ATTACHED - 4 credits

This course emphasizes the role of the nursing assistant and home health aide as a valuable member of any health care team. This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, acquaints students with the philosophy of home health and teaches basic nursing skills that will be demonstrated and practiced in the laboratory setting. This course focuses on personal care, nutrition/feeding, elimination, clean and safe environment, communication, vital signs, body mechanics, death and dying, and principles related to long term and home health care. Upon successful completion of classroom/lab studies, the student will participate in a clinical experience caring for the geriatric client. Background study checks will be conducted. Successful students will be eligible to take the Nurse Aide/Home Health Aide competency examination for certification and placement on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry. This course meets application requirements for the Riverland Community College nursing program. (4Cr - 2 lect, 2 lab)
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HCNA 1100 - Nursing Assistant - 3 credits

Riverland Community College is an approved Nursing Assistant training program through the Minnesota Department of Health. This 3 credit course provides students with the theory, laboratory and clinical experience to meet state and federal criteria for employment as a nursing assistant in a nursing home or other long term care facility. Completion of this course enables the student to take the Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation. After successfully completing the competency evaluation, the student will be placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry. (3Cr - 1 lect, 2 lab, 0 other)
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Rochester Community and Technical College

NA 1500 - Nursing Assistant Theory and Clinical - 4 credits

This course introduces the concepts of basic needs and basic nursing skills in the long term care environment. Skills are taught in a simulated laboratory setting utilizing demonstration of skills and guided practice. Performance mastery of skills is emphasized. The student must successfully complete the theory portion of this class to participate in the clinical component. This course meets the Federal OBRA law and Minnesota Department of Health requirements for educating the Nursing Assistant. Upon completion of this class, the student will be eligible to complete the State Nursing Assistant Registry. This is a Surgical Technician, Practical Nursing, Associate Degree Nursing, Human Services Technician and Hospital Nursing Assistant course. (Prerequisites: Qualified for college level reading or concurrent enrollment in READ 0900).
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Saint Paul College

NAST 1112 - Nursing Assistant-Clinical - 1 credits

This course will give the student clinical experience in a long-term care facility. Completion of NAST 1111 and NAST 1112 will meet the state and federal criteria for employment in long-term care. The student must attend all hours of clinical. (Prerequisite(s): NAST 1111) 1C/0/1/0
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NAST 1111 - Nursing Assistant & Home Health Aide - 4 credits

This course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health illness continuum, and basic nursing assistant and home health aide skills. Skills are demonstrated in a supervised laboratory setting. (Prerequisite(s): Appropriate assessment score or grade of "C" or better in READ 0721) 4C/3/1/0
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South Central College

HCTC 1886 - Nursing Assistant - 4 credits

This 4 credit course meets federal and state criteria for eligibility to take the state test to become a NA, R/HHA. It introduces concepts of basic human needs, the health/illness continuum and focuses on preparing the student to safely perform basic nursing skills needed to function as a Nursing Assistant or Home Health Aide. (Prerequisites: None)
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