Certified Nursing Assistant
The need for dependable bedside nursing care is as prevalent as ever, ranging from hospitals to home health agencies to long-term care facilities. The Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) plays an important role, providing basic care while ensuring the safety and comfort of patients.
Enroll in this program to:
- Start a career in the healthcare field
- Participate in clinical rotation at local long-term care facilities
- Earn wages ranging from $8-14/hour in this high demand profession!
- Prepare for State Certification
Total Cost: $2,099
EEO/Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
For detailed course descriptions, please see the attached flyer.
Please note: Textbooks and uniforms are required. Immunizations, drug screening, and a favorable criminal background check are required for entry into the program. State examination fees are not included in course price. Students must meet with a career training advisor prior to enrolling in training. Clinical hours may be scheduled during daytime, evening, or weekend hours.