Home Health Aide Certificate – Non-Credit
About our Program
This 100-hour Home Health Aide (HHA) Certification program provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the health field as a Home Health Aide. At the successful completion of this training, students will receive certification in the area of Home Health Aide Level Three, which includes the three different career areas Homemaker, Personal Care Homemaker or full Home Health Aide.
- The first area, Homemaker, qualifies students to care for an individual’s home environment.
- The second area, Personal Care Homemaker, builds on the Homemaker tasks and adds the knowledge and skill of assisting a stable but needy client in performing personal care. These activities include learning how to bathe, dress, groom, transfer, and ambulate a client.
- The third area, Home Health Aide, builds on all prior learned skills, but adds the special skills of caring for a medically-ill client. Throughout each phase of the educational process, students will become an effective and competent part of a health care team. At the completion of the program, job placement services are available.
In order to participate in this program, students must be 18 years old and be prepared to take a CORI.
*In order to register for this program, students need to attend an information session in advance.
|Scholarships may be available for this program.|
Certificate of Completion
A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion this course.
Who Should Become a Home Health Aide?
- Someone interested in exploring the Health Care field.
- Someone who wants a flexible schedule.
- Someone who is working in a related field looking to broaden his or her experience.
- Someone who wants to work full or part time in a professional capacity.
- Someone who enjoys helping others.
- Anyone who is interested in building a career in the respected Health Care field at his or her own pace.
About our Instructor
Pat Boyd, RN, BSN: Ms. Boyd is a registered nurse who has been practicing for more than 20 years in the areas of cardiac care, geriatrics, and home health. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, Theta Alpha Chapter.
Withdrawal and Refund Information
You must complete and submit in person a withdrawal form, which is available at any of our locations. Withdrawals before the start of the first class are granted a 100% refund. Withdrawals after the first class are refunded 0–50% depending on the length of the course.
Certain courses may be cancelled due to low registration. Enrolled students will be notified as soon as cancellation decisions are made. A full refund will be provided to students who have enrolled in a class that has been cancelled by Massasoit Community College.
There are designated parking lots available for students; however, a parking decal is required. If you do not have a decal, visit the Massasoit campus police with your driver’s license, car registration and proof of course registration to complete a form and obtain your decal.