SOLDOTNA, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska college again is offering a certified nursing assistant program after struggling to meet the state’s Board of Nurses requirements for instructors.
The six-credit course was brought back to Kenai Peninsula College for the fall semester and was filled to capacity at 10 students.
The spring course already has four students going through the preregistration work for the class, said Audrey Standerfer, the college’s certified nursing assistant program adjunct instructor and Kenai River Campus Student Clinic coordinator.
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