Have you been considering a career in Allied Health? PCC is currently registering for Nurse Aide I and II spring classes on the Caswell County Campus.

Nurse Aide I Classes:
Evening class: 2/1 – 5/4; MTWTH, 5:45-9 pm
Weekend class: 2/12 – 6/4, Fri. 5-9 and Sat. 8:00-2:30

Nurse Aide II Classes:
Weekday class: 2/22 – 6/6, MTWTH 2-5 pm

To view the full class schedule online, visit www.piedmontcc.edu/NA. For additional information, contact the Workforce Development office at 336-694-8064 or email Karen.Peterson@piedmontcc.edu.


December 2015 Nurse Aide class 

Photo Caption:
Students from the Nurse Aide class in December:
Front row (left to right): Tonja McCain, Julie Turner
Middle row (left to right): Melissa Terry, Latacia Miller, Kendra Herbin, Brittany Lyons, Denise Watkins, LaTarsha Miller, Sherba Fuller, RN
Back row (left to right): Brandy Hargis, Jessica Davis, Jessica Thayer, India Poole, Natasha Samuel, India Bennett, Emily Cavicchio

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