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Course Details


  • High School or GED
  • At least Level 3 English
  • 18 years old with no criminal background


120 Hours (80 Hours Classroom; 40 Hours Clinical)


The Certified HHA program gives students an opportunity to break into one of the top 10 in-demand jobs in the market today. The course covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to the role of the UAP (Unlicensed Assistant Personal) in nursing care settings
  • Foundations for working with people
  • Safety
  • Systems and related care
  • Home care module hours

Course Outline

Introduction to the Role of the UAP (Unlicensed Assistant Personnel) in Nursing Care Settings
This module introduces the basics in healthcare and the importance of Home Health Aides
Prerequisite: High School or GED
Duration: 4 Hours

Foundations for Working with People
This course introduces the communication types and challenges, medical technologies, diversity, and human needs and development with the people you communicate with. Observation and accurate reporting of events will be covered in this module.
Prerequisite: Introduction to the role of the UAP in nursing care settings
Duration: 8 Hours

As a Home Health Aide, your priority is the safety of the patient. This module teaches all the safety guidelines for sharp and biohazard containers, explain the principles of body mechanics and apply them to daily activities, define infection control and the different types of infections, and mostly, why the elderly are at a higher risk of infection. It also covers emergency procedures, responding to medical emergencies, conducting basic CPR and responding to disasters.
Prerequisite: Foundations for Working with People
Duration: 8 Hours

Systems and Related Care
This module involves the systems and related care with an overview of the anatomy and physiology, conditions and disorders, and changes that are required for reporting. This course focuses on these systems:

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Integumentary
  • Upper Gastrointestinal
  • Lower Gastrointestinal
  • Urinary
  • Cardiovascular
  • Respiratory
  • Neurological
  • Endocrine
  • Immune
  • Rest and Sleep
  • Death and Dying

Prerequisite: Safety
Duration: 60 Hours

Home Care Module Hours
In this module, you’ll learn the basics of Home Care including bedmaking and unit care, positioning, moving and lifting, personal care, providing basic nutrients, following dietary orders, and making dining enjoyable for the patient.
Prerequisite: Systems and Related Care
Duration: 40 Hours

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