Personal Care Assistant Course


This course is only available to individuals residing near Omaha, Nebraska

Hours to Completion: 12

8 Online Hours
4 Classroom Hours

All Inclusive Tuition: $150

After you complete the PCA course, if you decide to further your medical career to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), you can apply your $150 PCA tuition to our CNA course within 60 days.

Requirements To Enroll:

Be at least 15 years old
Ability to speak, read, write & understand English
In good physical health and able to lift 25 pounds
Attend class at Quality Career Pathways in Omaha, NE


Make sure to secure your seat in an upcoming class today!

CourseDay PartDateTime Day of the Week

Enroll by 6/1

Weekday06/038:30 am - 12:30pmFriday

Apply Your Passion for Helping Others Today

No matter your education level, our certifications can help guide you along the medical certification pathway.

Not sure where to start? Not sure if you have the time or money for a course?

The Personal Care Assistant course designed for individuals new to healthcare and the skills it takes to care for others. This course also explores the unique careers and employers available in the healthcare. It is the perfect first step for someone exploring a medical career.

This course was created in partnership with Comfort Keepers, our Premier Partner.

Navigate Your Career, Your Way

At only $150 and 12 hours, the Personal Care Assistant Course is the perfect first step for someone exploring a medical career. After you complete the course you can take these next steps:

  1. Engage with employers about opportunities available
  2. Determine if you want to explore additional certifications
  3. If you decide to add CNA to your credentials within 60 days of completing the PCA course, you can apply your tuition toward the 76-hour CNA Course.
What Caregivers of All Backgrounds Love
About Caregiving

The Personal Care Assistant Course Will Cover:

  • Healthcare System Overview
    • Roles and Responsibilities of a PCA
    • Ethical and Legal Behavior
    • Communication & Cultural Diversity
    • Infection Prevention & Standard Precautions
    • Safety & Body Mechanics
    • Physical, Psychological, & Social Health
    • Confusion, Dementia, & Alzheimer’s Disease
    • Human Development & Aging
    • Mental Health
    • Dying, Death & Hospice
    • Nutrition
    • Caring for Yourself
    • Basic Personal Care Skills

Who Should Take This Course

The PCA course is perfect for those who:

Love taking care of others and want to learn more about healthcare

Have been a family caregiver and what to provide that care to others

Are exploring employment opportunities in a variety of healthcare settings

Are Interested in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant

Looking for opportunities to provide support to your community