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"I was referred to your classes and told how helpful they were. My administrator was right; I could not have passed both tests without them."
Classes are in person, current CDC Covid-19 rules will be followed.
Please refer to the NABWEB.org site for further information on the exam.
State of MI Nursing Home Administrators General Rules
The NHA rules REQUIRE as follows:
Complete one of the following options:
A: A course of instruction from an educational institution accredited by the Council of Higher Education and Accreditation (CHEA) that is at least 9 semester credits or 144 clock hours of instruction and includes all the following subjects:
For further information please contact Susan Hurst at email@example.com.
Each class is designed to help you to tactically prepare and manage your study time. From each class you will have a better understanding of the test’s purpose, content and focus. You will also discover your areas of strength and disciplines requiring additional study.
The curriculum for both days includes experiences from previous test takers and the knowledge of many Licensed Nursing Home Administrators from the American College of Health Care Administrators. You will receive tips for studying and test taking, an overview of labor law, management, finance, safety, physical plant, clinical care and residents’ rights with a state and federal perspective. You can view our rates below:
*Please review the NHA Application by Examination to ensure you are eligible to sit for the exam. It is
located on State
of Michigan web page below.
For the State of Michigan Bureau of Health Services NHA Registration Form and Qualifications click here.
201 N. Washington Square
Lansing, MI 48933