Cape Fear Community College has announced a 100 percent pass rate from nurse aide students on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Training Program State Exam, according to a news release.
The 2018 first-quarter report from Pearson VUE and the National Council of State Boards of Nursing National Nurse Aide Assessment Program showed that the 24 students in the CFCC Nurse Aide I Training Program all passed the exam and were registered as Certified Nurse Aides (CNA) on the N.C. State CNA I Registry, officials said in the release.
Since 2015, CFCC nurse aide I students have maintained a pass rate of 98 to 100 percent on the N.C. State Nurse Aide I Certification Exam, according to the release. The exam consists of a 75 question written exam, and a skills demonstration exam. Candidates must pass both sections to receive their CNA I certification.
"We take pride in making sure our nurse aide students receive the best education possible to excel in the healthcare field," Claudina McLiverty, CFCC nurse aide program director, said in the release. "The historically high exam pass rate is a reflection of the student’s hard work and dedication, as well as the support and commitment of the Nurse Aide Program faculty and staff.”