C.N.A Schools


To become a CNA, you’ll need a high school diploma or GED, along with nursing assistant training. We are a State-approved, certified nursing program. We offer a minimum of 75 hours of classrrom instruction and clinical training.


FAQ FOR CNA SCHOOLS


How much does it cost to become a certified nursing assistant?
The cost of taking the Nurse Assistant Competency Certification Exam is included in the tuition. Students enrolled in the NAT program are required to pay a fee of $1,300.00.
How long does it take to become a CNA?
Most certified nursing assistant programs take between four and 12 weeks. This is broken into contact hours and clinic practice. State-approved programs offer a minimum of 75 hours of classroom instruction and clinical training.
How much does a cna make an hour?
CNAs earned an average wage of $12.22 per hour as of May 2011, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The national median rate of pay for this profession was $11.63 per hour, with the bottom 10 percent earning just under $9.00 and the top 10 percent earning almost $17.00 per hour on average.
What do you do as a CNA in a hospital?
Aiding the nursing staff in nearly every aspect of patient care, hospital CNAs play a significant role in a patient’s day-to-day experience within a health-care facility.
What are the requirements for being a CNA? Proof of age. (18YRS AND OLDER) High school diploma or GED equivalent. Physical examination. Proof of immunization. TB testing results. Background check (fingerprint method) CPR and First Aid certification. Valid state driver’s license or ID card..


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