Home Health Aide Training

Home Health Aide Program

Are you interested in becoming a Home Health Aide?

Broward-Miami Health Institute is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals of becoming a Home Health Aide care provider.  Our Home Health Aide Training program includes the 75-Hour Diploma required for employment of Medicare and/or Medicaid Agencies or for the 40 Hour Private Care HHA Certification.

If you are looking for a Home Health Aide (HHA) school to help get your trained as a Home Health Aide, look no further. Regardless of your current HHA certification or other medical training needs, Broward-Miami Health Institute can help!

Broward-Miami Health Institute also offers online and in-class healthcare training CEUs that are approved through such agencies as CE-Broker, Florida Board of Nursing, and Florida Department of Elder Affairs. We offer a variety of in-service CEU training courses that include topics such as HIV/AIDS, Med Tech, Alzheimer’s, Prevention of Medical Errors, and Domestic Violence, plus many more.

Why choose Broward-Miami Health Institute?

  • Licensed by Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education
  • Instructors are approved with Florida Board of Nursing CEU course provider
  • Approved Florida Department of Elder Affairs Training Vendor
  • Approved Prometric In-Facility Test Center

Our goal is to provide you the education and training you need to become a healthcare provider. Being a healthcare provider takes knowledge, experience, and time. We are here for you every step of the way so you can help those in need with the utmost professionalism and care.

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Onsite Training

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Week 1: Foundational Skills: Communication and Problem-Solving and Core Skills - Personal Care Aide

  1. Orientation to training, role of HHA, respecting differences & culture.
  2. Communication skills & problem solving techniques, orientation to home care, infection control.
  3. Body mechanics & working with elders, assisting with self-administered medications.
  4. Safety and emergency, assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs).
  5. Work with clients with physical disabilities and assisting with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs).

Week 2: Core Skills - Personal Care Aide and Expanded Skills of the Home Health Aide

  1. Knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to carry out the responsibilities of a HHA to assist clients with health-related tasks.

  2. Complex modified diets, vital signs, prescribed exercises & prescribed medical equipment.

  3. Skin and wound care, dressing changes, and ostomy care.

  4. Limitations of a home health aide.

  5. Hospice, death and dying


Great Foundation

I really want to become a registered nurse but I wanted to get my hands wet in the field first. I feel extremely prepared to work in the home care field after taking this HHA course.


Course was Simple and Easy to Learn

The HHA course was paced just right, I learned a lot! I was given plenty of time to demonstrate what I learned to make sure I can preform skills correctly.


I am glad I chose this School

At first, I wasn’t sure about my career path but I needed a job right away. This was the best decision I’ve made during this era.

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Opening Hours

Monday – Friday (Day classes)                      9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday (Evening classes)               6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday Closed

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