New Hampshire Healthcare practitioners and healthcare support occupations account for 9,500 projected jobs by 2030, nearly 20 percent of all new jobs in the decade. Employment projects specifically for NH Licensed Nursing Assistants is expected to rise 6.8% between 2020 and 2030.
Though there are many LNA training programs available in New Hampshire, the Manchester Community College (MCC) LNA training program is designed with flexibility in mind. The program is a hybrid model, which includes online learning coupled with in-person lab and clinical hours. The model assists those that are currently employed to have time to maintain a job and participate in learning for their new career.
Training includes skill development in:
- Providing direct patient care
- Quality communication
- Infection control
- Safety and body mechanics
- Legal and ethical issues
At completion, students will be prepared to sit for the state certification examination and submit their Board of Nursing LNA license application.
Eligible students shall:
- Demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend, write, and communicate in English, relative to job-related assignments
- Have not been convicted of a felony
- Pass a drug screening
- Comply with MCC’s application procedures
- Comply with MCC’s tuition requirements