Certified Nurse Aide to Certified Home Health Aide Conversion (Online)
Once you are a Certified Nurse Aide and want to become a Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA), you can take a Conversion Class for 10 hours to get your CHHA License.
You will receive instruction regarding their duties and roles in a transition from facilities to homes. You will get additional training about protocols to be implemented in the home-care setting. Instructional training along with clinical training will help you to have a better understanding of differences in environment.
Certified Home Health Aide is a New Jersey state licensure occupation with flexible work hours. The Certified Homemaker Home Health Aide is a very valuable member of the health care team. Dorson VTI provides high quality education hence our CHHAs are consistently placed.
The CHHA license helps to open doors into the Healthcare Industry and allows you to partake in other healthcare classes for additional job stability.
If you are certified CNA with an active license from New Jersey and want to become a CHHA, then take the conversion class. The conversion course focuses on personal care services in the home setting, cultural diversity, and foundations for a safe client environment, nutrition, housekeeping, concepts of home care and caring for the aged ill client.
Dorson Vocational Training Institute will help you with the certification examination. As a result, you will be licensed as a CHHA by the New Jersey Board of Nursing.
COMPETENCIES PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT
Students should have an Active Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) licensure from NJ State
Completed Certified Nurse Aide course within 6 months.
Must be able to satisfactorily read, write and comprehend English and demonstrate mathematical skills.
$400, plus a non-refundable $75 registration fee.
$80 Board of Nursing fee is billed separately.