Adult Programs

Enrollment Process

In order to gain admission to any of our programs, the first step is to take a reading and math assessment test. We administer the TABE test every Tuesday at 9:00am here at NewBridge located at 3634 Euclid Ave. Suite #100 Cleveland, Ohio 44115. Please arrive a few minutes early to sign in. Once you have obtained passing scores on both tests, a staff member will discuss next steps with you.



This ten week (340 hour) training program prepares students to collect blood specimens for testing and analysis in clinical labs.

Courses taught during the didactic portion of the training are:

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • CPR
  • Specimen Collection, Procedures and Techniques
  • Professional Development and Communication
  • Math
  • Basic Computer Skills

During the first six weeks of this program, students will learn to skillfully draw blood as well as the soft skills needed to become employed as a top notch Phlebotomist. The final four weeks of this program are spent in an externship gaining hands on training with our employer partners.


State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA)

This six week (165 hour) training program prepares students to provide quality patient care as a well-trained nursing assistant. Within the Ohio Department of Health guidelines, this course will offer its students the opportunity to sit for the STNA certification exam.

Courses taught during this program are:

  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Infection Control
  • Safety and Emergency Procedures
  • Anatomy-Disease & Disorders
  • Medical Terminology
  • Promoting Independence and Residents Rights
  • Basic Nursing Skills and Personal Care Skills
  • Mental Health-Social Service-Restorative Services