Licensure Information - Nurse Aide
The Nurse Aide Certificate (CNA) program prepares the student in basic patient care and to provide physical support to assist patients with daily living activities, and how to assist nurses and other health care professionals in settings including care facilities, nursing home, private homes, and more.
The CNA program is approved by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals. Upon successful complete of the Nurse Aide course, students are eligible to take the Iowa skills and written exam. Upon successful completion of the course and the Iowa skills and written exam, students are placed in the Iowa Direct Care Worker Registry.
The CNA program is approved in Iowa. CNA's from other states that wish to apply to be on the Iowa Direct Care Worker Registry must apply online for registration.
SCC makes every effort to verify the information provided on requirements for licensure is accurate and up-to-date, however, these requirements are subject to change at any time. Students who will be seeking licensure are strongly encouraged to review the licensure or certification requirements at the appropriate website, linked below where available, for the state in which they intend to practice.
Southeastern Community College has determined its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure in the following states:
Southeastern Community College has determined its curriculum does not meet the state educational requirements for licensure in the following states:
Southeastern Community College has not made a determination that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in the following states and territories:
|Kansas||North Carolina||West Virginia|
|American Samoa||Guam||Puerto Rico|
|District of Columbia
|Northern Mariana Islands||US Virgin Islands|