Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CNA?


According to redcross.org CNAs provide quality-of-life care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care and hospice facilities, and residental settings.




What are the requirements to become a CNA?


18 years of age Must complete at least 105 hours of clinical and didacte learning (30 hours classroom) (75 hours clinical)




Is Financial Aid available?


Financial Aid is not currently available, but there are payment plan options.




When is the State Exam and what does it cost?


The State Exam is scheduled upon completion of the Exit Exam for the program. The cost of your first attempt is included in your tuition.





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