Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) is also known as Certified Nurse Assistant.
In order to become a fully Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), students need to complete a 6-to-12 week CNA certificate program, while the prerequisite for the program itself is high school diploma or GED.
The Certified Nursing Assistant certified program offered by Care First Nursing Academy entails classroom instructions along with practical experience and clinical supervision. Moreover, students gain experience through clinical activities organized by the Carefirst Nursing Academy. The course content and classroom instruction provided to students in the academy focus on basic nursing skills, anatomy, physiology, infection control and nutrition.
The CNA program offered at Carefirst Nursing Academy prepares students to:
Required Supplies & Resources
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program Fee
Application Fee $25.00
The State Board Examination Fee
( $94.00 not included) $1125.00
Text book $45.00
Clinical uniform (Optional) $25.00
Stethoscope and blood pressure cuff (Optional, if
student has, must be cleared by Staff) $30.00
Total Fee (excluding application) $1250.00
50% down payment will waive the application fee.