Diploma In Nursing Assistantship

  • Medical Skill
  • Diploma 1 Year

Nursing assistants help patients of all ages to perform the most basic daily tasks. They work under a nurse's supervision, and since they have extensive daily contact with each patient, they play a key role in the lives of their patients and in keeping the nurse up to date on vital information about the patients' conditions. Nursing assistants work in nursing homes, assisted living, Hospice, hospitals, community based long-term care, correctional institutions, and other long-term care settings. On completion of the course, the trainee will acquire the following competencies.


  • Module I - Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Module II - Principals and Practice
  • Module III - Practical’s
  • Module IV - Soft Skills
  • Module V - Internship

Career Options

Hospital Nurse

Home Nurse