Have an interest in Nurse Aide or other short term healthcare training programs?
Vance-Granville Community College is collaborating with partners at the NCWorks Career Center and the local Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) adult contractor, Educational Data Systems Inc. (EDSI), to get students into a Nurse Aide cohort
Visit your local NC Works Career Center in Oxford or Henderson to ask about the referral process or Call 919-693-2686 or 252-438-6129.
Registration Process Details:
Make sure you have printed off the Package and Checklist for the program you are registering for (you can find this information at the links below for each program.) The package will go over the requirements for the program and the checklist is a list of the requirements to bring on the first day of class.
Also print a Information Package Occupational Healthcare Overview . This package will (cover) Dress Code Policy,(you are required to wear your uniforms on the first day of class), Tardiness, Absence Policy, for all Healthcare programs. This information can be printed out at any campus.
To register and pay for a class look over the Occupational Healthcare Schedules.
Once you have found the class you want you are looking for a button that says Register. It should be at the far right of the class option you desire. If you cannot see the register option then use your scroll bar to slide the screen over to see the entire menu.
After you complete the registration form you will be taken to a screen where you can pay. The student is enrolled in the program after payment has been received.
If you elect not to pay online you can go to any VGCC campus to receive a package of information, register, and pay for the course.
On the first day, bring your package to class with all documents in your folder for the Instructor to checkoff. Remember, you must wear your uniform on the First Day of Class.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-738-3300
If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call us at 252-738-3300
Choose a Program to Get Information & Checklists
Nurse Aide 1
Preparing students for employment providing basic patient care in a variety of health care settings.
Nurse Aide 2
An advanced level program designed to further the skills for the Nurse Aide Level 1.
Phlebotomists draw blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood.
Preparing students for administering medications in a nursing home setting.
Geriatric Nurse Aide
Advanced training for the Nurse Aide focused on geriatric care.
Home Care Nurse Aide
Focuses on enhancing specific skills needed when working in a home care setting.