The Nursing Station Technician program is designed for Health Unit Coordinators who wish to acquire the necessary skills to assist nurses with hands-on patient care. This program will provide Health Unit Coordinator and Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide training. It includes Health Unit Coordinator courses and internship and basic nursing assistant skills in the laboratory setting and a clinical experience in a long term care facility. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the National Nurse Aid Assessment Program test (NNAAP) /Home Health Aide test to be placed on the Minnesota State Nursing Assistant Registry. Students are required to enroll in the Health Unit Coordinator Certificate program first. These classes must be completed before being accepted into the Nursing Station Technician Certificate program. Adequate computer keyboarding skills are required to be accepted into the program. Please see �Minimum Program Entry Requirements.�
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