ENGLISH & Home Health Aide Training
Start a Path to a Health Care Career
Our free ESL/Home Health Aide class begins in April, combining Home Health Aide training with English tailored to the medical language needed for success in the program and on the job. The free training includes books, uniforms, and equipment.
In order to qualify, students need to be in our ESL classes January through March, and have to be high intermediate or advanced level ESL students. If you know individuals who are interested and who you think would qualify, please advise them to email or to text Carol (contact info below). Students need to be tested and enroll in December to start in January.
Please note that if students do a good job in the class they may then qualify to continue into the Certified Nurse Aide class that immediately follows it, with a COMPLETE SCHOLARSHIP to cover the $1500 cost of the class.
Walk-in English Test:
Tuesdays 10:00 AM
Thursdays 2:00 PM
Questions? More Information?
TEXT: Carol Bloom 856.812.4110
See more: http://www.1199ctraining.org/iet
To qualify for this program, you must:
Be Learning English (ESL)
Be a Pennsylvania resident
Attend all scheduled classes
Have a social security number
Be legal to work in the U.S.
Not have a criminal record
Score at the 5th-8th grade levels on CASAS test (CASAS B or C: 220-235)
Have satisfactory health
Be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis
Preferred, but not required: high school diploma or GED, from any country
All Students Must Take a Reading Test and Have an Interview
For more information contact Carol Bloom
TEXT (856) 812-4110 or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
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