All the adults who recently completed the Personal Care Aide/Home Health Aide/Nurse Assistant program at BOCES have successfully passed the certification exams, according to an announcement made by BOCES officials this week. This remarkable achievement demonstrates the high level of dedication and commitment shown by the students.
The program equipped the students with the necessary skills and knowledge to become certified as New York State Personal Care Aides, Home Health Aides, and/or Nurse Assistants. The class, which concluded in late-August, saw a total of nine individuals successfully pass their certification exams.
The students who achieved this significant milestone include Duavon Allen, Milagos Fuentes, Christopher James, Beth Longale, Jadea McDermott, Maryuri Padilla, Christopher Robinson, Trinity Santoro, and Sarah Williams.
The successful completion of the certification exams undoubtedly proves the effectiveness of the Personal Care Aide/Home Health Aide/Nurse Assistant program at BOCES. This program aims at preparing individuals to provide essential care and assistance in various healthcare settings.
With a 100% pass rate, the program has undoubtedly produced highly skilled and competent professionals who are now qualified to contribute to the healthcare industry in New York State. The accomplishments of these students are a testament to their hard work and dedication throughout the program.
BOCES continues to play a crucial role in providing quality education and training for individuals pursuing careers in the healthcare sector. The success of its certification program serves as an inspiration for others looking to enter this noble profession.