CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT
Working closely with residents, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) are responsible for basic care services such as bathing, grooming, and feeding residents, assisting nurses with medical equipment and checking resident's vital signs. CNAs give residents important social and emotional support and also provide vital information on resident's conditions to nurses. Students attend 75+ hours of training in the classroom and Skills Lab and complete 100 hours of clinical training in a long term care facility.
- Must be 18 years of age
- Must attend a minimum of 80 hours of classroom instruction
- 100 hours of clinical training at participating long-term care facilities
- TB test must be within past six months - Documentation required at registration
- Copy of Social Security Card and Picture ID (Drivers License) - Required at registration
- Deposit - $125 (Due at registration, $100 is Non-Refundable, see Refund Policy under Disclosures)
- Total - $800 (Includes testing fee)
- Includes - Textbook, Background Check, Professional Liability Insurance, License/Card
- Not Included - Scrubs, clean white tennis shoes, gait belt, exam fee
*Deposits hold your position, 10 positions available.
*Participating Clinical Training Facilities will be available for students to schedule the required 100 hours of clinical training.