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Home Health Aide

Start a career as a Home Health Aide (HHA)!

Enhance your employment opportunities by becoming a HHA. Many health care agencies require HHA certification for job placement

Is there a prerequisite?
Yes, you must have CNA Certification. Need to get certified? Take our Nursing Assistant class and become a CNA.

How long is your HHA training program?
The program is one week, which includes classroom instruction by our licensed instructors.

What will I learn in your Home Health Aide class?
The HHA course prepares you to enter the exciting world of patient care in residential settings or health care facilities. The program includes content required by state home health aide guidelines and you will receive state certification upon successful completion of the course.

What do graduates do?
Graduates typically find employment with state or county welfare agencies, private home health agencies, social assistance agencies, health care services, and nursing and residential care facilities.

What can I expect to earn?
HHA salaries can range from $18,756 to over $25,472 annually or a mean hourly rate of $11.42, according to the California Employment Development Department, depending on experience, prior education, location and other factors. Demand for Home Health Aides is expected to grow due to an aging Baby Boomer population.

How will I find a job?
You will receive personal job placement assistance upon completion of your HHA class. Our caring career counselors will schedule job interviews on your behalf, follow up with employers, and guide you all the way through the process.

How do I pay for my education?
We offer in-house financing for those that qualify. Payment plans available start for as little as $199.

How do I get started?
Call us at 1 (213) 387-8900 to speak to a friendly career counselor, or fill in the quick form at the right side of the page.

Class size is limited, and classes are forming now, so don't be left behind - take the first step to a rewarding medical career today!