Registration..... In person or online
must present state issued identification before attending class.
All students must have a criminal background check less than 30 days old and TB test less than 1 year old upon registration.
- Must be 16 years of age or older
- No High School Diploma or GED required
- Must present state of Michigan issued identification
- Have a a criminal background check
- TB test within the last year or chest x-ray less than 3yrs old
- Completed application
- Students must present in a solid White uniform first day. Students will not be admitted without a uniform. Uniforms are not provided by the school.
- Down payment of $205.00( school patch fee included) or $605.00 Tuition Fee.
- If paid $205 to start $400.00 due upon graduation day.
- Students can make small payments on balance throughout two week course
- School Patch cost $5.00- Students are provided with patch first day of class
- Types of payment accepted: Credit/Debit card, Online payment via school website, Pre-Pay card. Sorry no checks or Money orders.
- Students are responsible for full tuition cost of the program once he/she has occupied a seat regardless of academic or attendance status.
A new class begins every other Monday
In person registration 10 am-3pm * No Personal Checks, or Money Orders.
Below is the chart that describes the length of time You are barred from working in a nursing home if any of the listed crimes are on your record.
Fifteen Years After Completion of Parole or Probation
- Felonies related to manufacture, distribution, prescription or dispensing of a controlled substance after August 21, 1996
- Felony or misdemeanor patient abuse
- Felony health care fraud
- Ever found not guilty by reason of insanity
- Ever had a finding of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of property in a nursing facility (non-criminal finding)
Ten Years After Completion of Parole or ProbationTen Years From the Date of Conviction
- Felonies involving the use or threat of violence, e.g. felonious assault
- Felonies that result in, or were intended to result in, death or serious injury, e.g. assault with intent to do great bodily injury
- Felonies involving cruelty or torture
- Felonies involving abuse of vulnerable adults, e.g. elder abuse
- Felony criminal sexual conduct (1st, 2nd or 3rd degree)
- Felonies involving abuse or neglect, e.g. child abuse
- Felonies involving the use of a firearm or dangerous weapon, e.g. armed robbery
- Felonies involving the diversion or adulteration of medication, e.g. forging drug prescriptions
Five Years From the Date of Conviction
- Misdemeanors involving the use or threat of violence
- Misdemeanors involving the use of a firearm or dangerous weapon
- Misdemeanors involving abuse of vulnerable adults, e.g. misdemeanor elder abuse
- Misdemeanor criminal sexual conduct (4th degree)
- Misdemeanor involving cruelty or torture
- Misdemeanor involving abuse or neglect
Three Years From the Date of Conviction
- Misdemeanor involving cruelty if committed by an individual under the age of 16
- Misdemeanor home invasion, e.g. misdemeanor breaking and entering
- Misdemeanor embezzlement
- Misdemeanor negligent homicide
- Most misdemeanor theft offenses
- Retail fraud (shoplifting) in the 2d degree
- Certain misdemeanor controlled substance offenses
- Most misdemeanors involving fraud
One Year from the Date of Conviction
- Misdemeanor assaults
- Retail fraud (shoplifting) in the 3rd degree
- Most misdemeanors involving creation, delivery, possession or use of a controlled substance
For more information visit reentry.mplp.org
- Most misdemeanor controlled substance offenses if the conviction occurred before the age of 18
- Misdemeanor larceny or retail fraud in the 2nd and 3rd degree if the conviction occurred before the age of 16