HHA Online Course
Course Duration Approximately 75 hours
Call 844-556-8773 if you require assistance
About The Course
Please note: it is strongly recommended that you read the entire course before taking the exam. However, we understand that many of our students are already familiar with nursing skills and procedures. If you are familiar with the course material you can complete the course quickly and take the exam after registration in which case you may be certified within a few hours
Get certified as a Home Health Aide (HHA)
People who suffer from certain health issues might need assistance with their daily activities. This assistance is provided by a caregiver who is specialized as a Home Health Aide, also known as HHA.
These types of patients usually need help with basic daily tasks, like bathing or dressing or even eating. HHA offers help for patients to do this, while at the same time they provide companionship
and emotional support to the patient.
Becoming a Home Health Aide
To earn your HHA certification, you will need to pass training and once you are ready, you need to prove competency or pass a certification exam. The requirements for HHA certification vary from
state to state. However, most programs include training in the following
- ● In-direct Personal care
- ● Emergency Medical Situation Prep
- ● Activities of daily living (ADLs)
- ● Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs)
- ● Communication and emotional support with disabled clients
- ● Infection control
- ● Safety courses (CPR & BFA)
Becoming a Home Health Aide
The length of HHA training programs varies from state to state.Some programs are as short as 40 hours, while others can take several weeks or months to complete. The cost of HHA training programs
also varies if you want to get your HHA training Online.
Once you have completed a training program and passed a certification exam, you will be a certified HHA. You will be able to work in a variety of settings, including home health agencies, hospitals, and nursing homes.
But, what are the benefits of a HHA certification?
Any certification will be useful to demonstrate the skills and knowledge that you have and will surely put you several steps ahead of those caregivers who are not certified. This, without a doubt, will make you a more attractive candidate for hospitals and other medical facilities. This of course will translate into higher salaries.
Certification will bring greater job satisfaction. HHA’s
usually feel more confident when working because of their preparation and their higher abilities to take care of their patients, therefore they love what they do and feel more satisfied.
If you are interested in a career in healthcare, HHA
certification is a great place to start. It is a relatively short and affordable program that can lead to high-paying and fulfilling jobs.
Becoming a certified HHA is a great way to start a rewarding career in healthcare. It is a relatively short and affordable program that can lead to high-paying and fulfilling jobs. If you are interested in becoming an HHA, we encourage you to take the next step and start your training toda
How to Register
1. Click the Register Here button on this page.
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2. Click the “Take this Course” Button on the NCO website.
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3. Register with NCO’s website and complete payment.
Fill out the requested information on the registration page and securely complete your payment with PayPal.
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After purchase log into the account you just created and go back to the nursing course page. Scroll down to the bottom of the page a click course introduction.
If you require assistance registering, logging in or requesting certification status please text or call us at (844)-55-NURSE.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Nursing Procedures (20 Hours)
Proper Infection Control
Proper Hand Washing Proper
Food Born Illnesses Prevention &
Medical Error Prevention and Safety
Lesson 2: Introduction to CPR (4 Hours)
Scene assessment and appropriate
A-B-C’s of Adult/Child/Infant CPR
Mechanics of Artificial Life Support
Fundamentals of human physiology
What is expected during an emergency
(including EMS response)
Lesson 3: Introduction to Measuring Patient’s Vitals (20 Hours)
Medical Record Documentation and
Measuring Blood Pressure
Measuring Blood Glucose Level
Measuring and Recording the content
of Urinary bag
Measuring and Recording Vitals
Lesson 4: Assisting with Patient Hygiene (20 Hours)
Hair & Nail Care
Partial Bed Bath
Assisting with Bedpan
Assisting with Medication
Lesson 5: Assisting a Disabled Patient (6 Hours)
Wheel Chair Transfer
Communication with Cognitively
Lesson 6: Terminal Care (5 Hours)
Common Illnesses of the Elderly
End of Life Care.