During the development of the NVCC, we carefully considered our members and what they would find useful.  CNAs want flexibility.  The course content is set-up so a person can start and stop as they chose.  The NVCC also offers flexibility with regard to how the courses are accessed: laptop, tablet, smart phone or even smart TV.  Anywhere, anytime or any device; it’s all about you.  Caregivers are also very diverse when it comes to their learning styles.  For this reason, the courses are constructed in a multimedia format to include as many different types of learners as possible in a distance learning format.

Just like the great people we care for on a daily basis, CNAs are whole people.  With this fact in mind, NAHCA developed course content that is intended to help our members personally, professionally and organizationally.  The courses are divided into five major categories:  Clinical, Elective, Exclusive, General, and Required Education.  The Clinical Education courses are designed to build upon the foundation from your initial certification course and to advance your clinical knowledge.  The General Education courses are delivered to enhance inter-personal skills like; leadership, teambuilding, communications and conflict resolution.  The Required Education content is presented to help you stay in compliance with regulations for mandatory annual education requirements.  Once you have enrolled in the NVCC, we will be glad to discuss both Elective and Exclusive Education.

Here are the facts and what CNAs and Caregivers, like you, are saying about NVCC and the courses:

There are currently

170+ individual courses in NVCC… and growing!

There are over

39,000 course evaluations completed for the 167 courses.

99% of the evaluations

strongly agreed that, “NVCC is a convenient way for me to learn about my profession.”

98 % of the evaluations

strongly agreed, “The information in the lessons could be immediately applied to my work.”


93% of the evaluations

strongly agreed that, “The courses are relevant and interesting.”