Acute Care CNA Training Program

What is Acute Care CNA?

The Acute Care CNA Training Program prepares a Certified Nurse Assistant to function in a more medically complex and acute care nursing environment. Students who will complete the course will also be awarded 48 units of continuing education credit hours that can be used when renewing their Certified Nurse Assistant certificate.

What are the requirements for the Acute Care CNA?

  • Possess a valid Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate
  • Possess a High School Diploma, Transcript, GED or Equivalent. If none, ATB test (Wonderlic $10)
  • Minimum age requirement at 16 years of age with parents' consent
  • Meet the required health requirements such as history and a Physical Exam performed by a Physician or Nurse Practitioner and a negative P.P.D. skin test or negative Chest X-ray (if P.P.D test result is Positive) indicating no active tuberculosis
  • Must not have been convicted in any court of law of any major crime
  • Valid I.D. and Social Security Card
  • Certified in B.L.S. (Basic Life Support) by the American Heart Association

Acute Care Class Schedule:

AM Acute CNA Class (2 Weeks)

  • Theory - Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Clinical- Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 3:30pm

PM Acute CNA Class (3 Weeks)

  • Theory - Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 9:15pm
  • Clnical - Monday - Friday: 2:45pm - 8:00pm

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Why Choose Us?

  • We offer 19 1/2 day programs
  • We accept student loans
  • We offer installment plans