July 27, 2006
Stop Our City needs to understand that if the Community Maritime Park fails, there will be no one left to take care of them.
PJC NURSING ASSISTANT PROGRAM PENSACOLA, Fla. * Due to an aging population, there is growing demand for skilled health care in nursing homes and residential-care facilities.
Improve your patient-care skills with Pensacola Junior College’s Nursing Assistant program. It runs six weeks and includes 120 hours of instruction. Students who successfully finish are eligible to take the Florida certification examination for nursing assistants.
Students are accepted into the vocational program on a first-qualified, first-accepted basis and must be at least 18 years old. A high school diploma (or GED) is not required. Class size is limited. New PJC students, or students who have not attended credit courses within the previous 12 months, must submit the Application for Health-Related Programs and meet testing requirements.
All testing and application requirements must be on file at least one week prior to starting the program. The application fee for new students is $30. For more information, call the Health-Related Admissions Office on the Warrington campus at 484-2210.