Certified Nursing Assistant Training Sites By State
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NIZ has put together a list of Certified Nursing Assistant Training sites to
help with your search.
If you really want a job where layoffs are infrequent and the demand for workers
is increasing, this is the job.
Many individuals use the CNA training and the job
acquired as the springboard to continue their
determined path to become a licensed nurse.
Many workers decide that being a certified nursing assistant where the main objective is to take care of recovering patients and elderly people with respect
and care is their calling in life.
Either way, get out there and make things happen to improve your life. We know you can do it!
Training is offered at community colleges, nursing homes and at
private businesses in many
CNA training information found at each state link
below can change frequently. A site listed here today may have closed yesterday so don't blame me if a site
closed or if a new site is not listed.
NIZ Highly Recommends:
Check your state's CNA information page on their web site to make sure the Certified Nursing Assistant
training program that you are considering is in fact an approved training program and is still in good
The training program that you're interested in attending could be getting a smack
down by the state department responsible for making sure you receive the proper training skills
Before spending the money, call the CNA state officials and verify that you
will be able to take the CNA test if you attend the training provider location chosen by you.
Ask as many questions as necessary to make sure you will be receiving the
required CNA training at a state approved site.
You do not want to find yourself having to spend the money twice to take the
required training again because the school was not a state approved
Certified Nursing Assistant training provider.