The Ohio Department of Health approved training program prepares the nurse assistant for the Ohio State Testing and Competency Evaluation Examination. This is a mandatory training course for nurse assistants who work in Ohio, included are 2 eight-hour clinical days. Ohio Senate Bill 160 requires a criminal background check for anyone employed in long-term care before hiring.
Cost of the course is $498.09 for Ohio residents (out of state resident tuition is $889.68*) this does include the registration and lab fees. This does not include the price for the state test, which is $100.00. A textbook is required the first day of class, which can be purchased at the Owens Bookstore.
A physical examination and completed 2-step Tuberculosis (TB) test are required the first day of class. A chest x-ray is required if the TB test is positive. See other side for more information on the TB requirements. Please make a copy of this information before you turn it in to the instructor the first day of class.
Fill out an Admission Application online . This course cannot be registered for online. When registering for the nurse assistant training classes you must register in the Oserve Office, CH 152 on the Toledo Campus. On the Findlay campus Oserve is located in Suite 112 and students can check in to meet with an advocate at the same counter where they check in to meet with an academic advisor.
Nurse Assistant Training classes are offered days, evenings and weekends at the following locations:
Attendance and punctuality for all classes are mandatory. Any absences from the first 19.5 hours of class will result in dismissal from the current class. Approximately 24-48 hours after you have completed this application you are strongly encouraged to set up your Owens email account by logging in to Ozone and following the directions listed. Prior to the start of your class it is necessary you check your Owens email account and blackboard for class information sent to you by your instructor.
Students will not be dropped from a class simply because he or she does not begin the class or stops attending. Dropping classes is the student's responsibility. For additional information on dropping a class, go to this page.
You may access the class schedule from the Owens Community College webpage by going to this link or following the instructions below:
If you have questions regarding payment for this course, Financial Aid or registration issues please contact the Oserve Office at (567) 661-7378 or Findlay Campus (567) 661-7378.
Tuberculosis (TB) skin test (PPD, Mantoux)
You will also find the STNA information at this site:
For further information please contact Rosalie Weber, Program Coordinator at (567) 661-7654 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Under certain circumstances, students who are residents of Monroe County, Michigan may qualify for in-state tuition. The terms of the Reciprocal agreement with Monroe County Community College and the required application process are detailed in the Policies and Procedures section of the college catalog. All Monroe County residents should apply for reciprocity in the Records Office.
Go to the Reciprocity-Monroe County Residents form at: