Spring 2015 schedule: March 13 through May 16
PCHA Exam administered on June 6, 2015
The classes meet Fridays, 5-9:30pm and Saturdays, 9am-5:30pm. Students attend both days every week for the entire length of the program.
($100 less if you are already CPR and First Aid certified)
Registration is now open for the spring session.
To secure your spot in this session please register online for this class:
"Care for Residents with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities"
Easy-pay tuition payment plan
Payment schedule, please pay on or before the dates listed below.
Payment 1-Registration open now. Register and pay for "Care for Residents with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilites" class, $30, to secure your seat in this session.
Payment 2-March 6: $345
Payment 3-March 20: $315
Payment 4-April 3: $280 (or $180 if you do not need the CPR & First Aid class)
Payment 5-April 17: $465
Payment 6-May 1: $60
Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express are all accepted on our secure website.
If you have any difficulty with the online registration or would prefer to call your registration in please call the Registration Office at 814-867-4973.
For more information contact Theresa Bloom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-881-7402.
Class size is limited and registration is on a first come first served basis.
Who should attend the 100-Hour Training?
Aspiring personal care home administrators, nurses, caregivers, and health care professionals can complete the State Department of Public Welfare’s 100-hour standardized training program at Penn State Abington.
Why choose this program?
Earn your professional education with Penn State-the Big Ten in your backyard!
Penn State Abington is the only PCHA 100-Hour Training Provider that offers evening and weekend classes to fit your busy schedule.
Our location has easy access to public transit and major highways and the Pennsylvania turnpike.
Every one of our instructors are subject matter experts. You will not find more qualified instructors anywhere.
Our proven track record speaks for itself: over 70 graduates and a pass rate of 100%.
What do former students say about the Training?
"The PCHA program was not only a source of vast information and education, it also played a tremendous role in helping me identify the best suitable sector for me as an Administrator."
- Daniel Samai see more testimonials
(If you have valid CPR and First Aid Training certification cards you do not need to take the First Aid and CPR class with Penn State. In that case, the tuition is $1395. Please note that on-line CPR or First Aid training is not accepted for this class. Your First Aid and CPR must be taken in a live class.)
The Penn State Alumni discount is 10%