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Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program

Patricia Rayborn, PhD(c), MSN, MBA/HCM, Associate Dean of Nursing
 
 
Credit Certificate                            
Students are introduced to the discipline of nursing and the basic approaches to patient care. The role of the CNA as an assistant to the licensed nurse and member of the healthcare team is studied and practiced in the classroom, simulation laboratory, and clinical setting. Upon successful completion of all components of the program, the graduate must pass the State's competency exam to become recognized as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in the State of Illinois.

Classes
Five program offerings are scheduled each year – two in the spring and fall, one during the summer. Students are responsible for completing the required theory and clinical hours. Theory class is held 3-4 days per week (M-Th) for 5.5 hours each day completed by a scheduled minimum of 40 clinical hours by program end, at an external clinical site. Classes are held at both our campuses, main -MXC, 1900 W Jackson and– West Side Learning Center, 4624 W Madison Street.
 
Class times
Morning sessions – 9:00 am – 2:30 pm
Evening sessions – 4:00 pm – 9:30 pm

  • Cost
    Tuition - (plus costs for books, uniforms, physical examination, Healthcare Worker Background Check, CPR class, state exam)  
Admissions Requirements                                                             
  • Eligible for English 96 and Reading 125
  • Eligible for Math 98 or higher
  • Submit completed medical examination documentation
  •  Submit official/sealed college transcripts to Malcolm X College Registrar's Office (required). Official transcripts located at another CCC campus will not transfer to the Malcolm X College Registrar’s Office. Please allow yourself extra time, as international transcripts take longer to receive.
  •  It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that all submitted transcripts have been evaluated and posted by a CCC Registrar (or their designee) on the student's PeopleSoft academic history.
Admission Steps: Please refer to the student checklist in your BNA packet to make sure all documents are submitted                                

Step 1: New students should meet with Admissions to confirm that their application to the college is completed.
Current students can meet with college advising to confirm all program prerequisites are met.

Step 2: Students are required to attend a Mandatory Information Session: Held every Monday (except holidays and when the campus is closed) at MXC room: 1101 from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
1900 West Jackson Chicago, IL 60612

TO SIGN UP FOR A BNA INFORMATION SESSION; CLICK: BNA Information Session

Step 3: BNA Medical Examination Form/documents must be completed by a medical professional. The drug screen should be completed within 90 days of the first day of class. Information regarding the background check will be discussed at BNA Information Session.

Step 4:       Download the completed BNA medical examination form and all other documents to Castle Branch before attending the orientation session (instructions for Castle Branch given at the information session).

Step 5: Once a student has been academically cleared and the Healthcare worker background check is cleared, they will be given approval to self-enroll.

         
                                        
                    
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Programs

 

Faculty & Staff

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Name/Title    

Phone    

Email    

Room    

Lorita Collins (BNA Coordinator) MBA, MSN, RN    

(312) 850-4639    

lcollins35@ccc.edu    

2102 & 102 WSLC    

Lorraine Cross MSc.(Coordinator of Health Careers-Nursing) 

(312) 850-7195  

lcross@ccc.edu    

2401    

Magaly Roldan (Clerical) 

(312) 850-7376  

mroldan8@ccc.edu   

3100  

Broadway, Althea  

(312) 850-7159    

abroadway@ccc.edu    

3100    

Butler, Shirley    

(312) 820-7159    

sbutler26@ccc.edu    

3100    

Clark, Patricia    

(312) 820-7159    

 pclarke@ccc.edu     

3100    

Davis, Francine    

(312) 820-7159    

fdavis18@ccc.edu    

3100    

Disu-Cummings, Gayle    

(312) 820-7159    

gdisu@ccc.edu    

3100    

Graham, Michelle    

(312) 820-7159    

Mgraham10@ccc.edu    

3100    

Gresham, Nancy    

(312) 820-7159    

ngresham@ccc.edu    

3100    

Hardy, Hattie    

(312) 820-7159    

Hhardy2@ccc.edu    

3100    

Hines ,Patricia    

(312) 820-7159    

Phines2@ccc.edu    

3100    

Hong,Denise    

(312) 820-7159    

dhong@ccc.edu    

3100    

Jones-Harper, Doris    

(312) 820-7159    

Djones-harper@ccc.edu    

3100    

Jordan, Barbara    

(312) 820-7159    

Bjordan7@ccc.edu    

3100    

Newton, Felicia    

(312) 820-7159    

Fnewton@ccc.edu    

3100    

Packer, Eve-lyn    

(312) 820-7159    

epacker@ccc.edu    

3100    

Roddy, Nancy    

(312) 820-7159    

nroddy@ccc.edu    

3100    

Taylor, Brittany    

(312) 820-7159    

btaylor39@ccc.edu    

3100    

Williams, Devoria    

(312) 820-7159    

Dwilliams448@ccc.edu    

3100    

Wyatt, Debra    

(312) 820-7159    

Dwyatt1@ccc.edu    

3100    

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Contact Information

Phone: 
(312) 850-7195
Fax: 
 
1900 W. Jackson Blvd.
 
Chicago, IL 60612
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Hours

Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Events

Jan 01
Jan 1
- Dec 31

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