Career Technical Education » Home Health Aide (HHA)

Home Health Aide (HHA)

This course prepares the student to provide direct patient care under the direction of a nurse or doctor in a variety of health care settings. Using technical skills learned in both the classroom and clinical setting, home health assistants perform such tasks as feeding, bathing, positioning, ambulating and comfort measures for the patient. The program consists of 40 hours theory and clinical training under direct supervision. California Department of Public Health NAC Number: 7087.


The Home Health Aide field is expected to see a 33% increase in jobs between 2020 and 2030 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics due to the needs of aging population.


Prior to completing the home health assistant nursing program, students must have completed an approved Certified Nurse Assistant Program.

Prerequisite:Completed an approved Certified Nurse Assistant Program and have an active CNA certificate, Physical examination, TB clearance by PPD/Chest X-Ray and Medical insurance.

Next Class: Please call us at (626) 931-3102


Time Location
8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Rm 17

For more information, orientation appointments are available as needed. Call us at (626) 931-3102.

Bassett Adult School is an Eligible Training Provider in the State of California and is a partner with EDD, TAA/ TRA, Department of Rehabilitation, Workman’s compensation and CSAAVE, California State Approving Agency for the Veteran Education.