CNA Programs


Medical trade schools and vocational colleges with accredited certified nursing assistant (CNA) and nurses aide certification training programs. Online, classroom, hybrid and fast track study options available at many schools.


Certified Nursing Assistant programs take around 12 weeks to finish 75 hours of instruction. Some states call this position Nursing Aide and some call it Certified Nursing Assistant but they both have the same basic requirements.

Colleges with CNA Training

Keiser University Trade/Degree Courses (FL)

St. Paul’s School of Nursing Medical Classes (NY)

UMA Medical Vocational Courses (Tampa & Online)

Hunter Business, IT & Medical Courses (near NYC)

National College Vocational Courses (VA, WV, OH, IN, KY, TN)

SJVC Medical, Trade & Degree Courses (CA)

Pittsburgh Tech Trade Programs (Oakdale, PA)

Central Penn Trade & Technical Courses (PA)

Daymar College Vocational Courses (OH, KY, TN)

NAU Vocational & Degree Classes (across USA)

Berkeley College Vocational Courses

South College Vocational & Degree Classes (TN)

Sullivan University Vocational & Degree Classes (Kentucky)

ECPI Vocational & Degree Courses (VA, NC, SC, FL)

Platt College Medical & Vocational Courses (OK)

Excel Dental & Nursing Courses (Tennessee)

Virginia College Trade & Tech Courses

Prerequisites

To begin training as a CNA, you must have either a high school diploma or GED. A career as a nursing assistant is a good choice for those who are considering furthering their opportunities by going into nursing.

Take free CNA practice tests at Med Career Now. Prep exams include CMA(AAMA), CCS and NCCT online versions.

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