Free CNA Training Rolls Out Across the Country

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With a huge amount of regional and metropolitan high schools successfully attaining CNA training permission and accreditation 2014 is looking to be a huge year for CNA training for both Mature age students, school leavers and those currently studying for their High School Diploma. Students across America are now taking advantage of the opportunity to undertake vocational CNA training during their final years of high school enabling them to leave school with a qualification and potential career path. Many of the courses commencing in 2014 will benefit from government grants and funding allowing education providers to deliver free or low cost CNA training in their local area.

State Fair Community College is one of the many colleges that will benefit from CNA and CMT training Grants. The College will be offering Certified Nursing Assistant training courses as well as the Certified Medical Technician course via on campus or online delivery methods. These courses are set to commence Mid-January and are part of the State Fair Community College Health Care Specialist Nurse Aide Program that provides a stepping stone to their students providing support and high quality clinical standard training.

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Why CNA training?
CNA training provides the stepping stone for many students to further medical study and helps to address the growing need for qualified and well trained medical and nursing staff across America.

Where is the college?
State Fair College is located in Sedalia Missouri and also boasts a strong online study presence. State Fair Community College is a not for profit organisation that endeavours to educate and enrich the lives of those in their local area.

How is the course delivered?

  • Part Time: The course can be delivered on campus at the Sedalia and Clinton Campuses and online, both stretching over 16 weeks. The 16 week course is delivered as a part time study load with clinical placement locations and dates to vary.
  • Full Time: A full time or fast tracked course that is completed within 8 weeks is available at both Sedalia and Clinton Campuses. The online study option is also particularly popular with this intensive course.

What will the programs cost?
Applicants may apply to the MoHealthWINS program for free tuition and each application is assessed in relation to a strict eligibility criteria.

What is the MoHealthWINS program?
The MoHealthWINS program is a state wide initiative administered by the Missouri Community College Association. This $20 million program is focused on delivering high quality entry level vocational training to Missourians to allow the unemployed and unqualified to obtain not only sound and certified qualifications but gainful long term employment. The MoHealthWINS program is funded by a U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration federal grant and works only with the continued support of local clinical businesses and organisations.  The MoHealthWINS program addresses unemployment issues whilst ensuring a skilled and certified medical and health sciences work force to meet Missouri’s future health care needs.

Where Can I go for more information?
Contact the college for further information regarding this course and subsidised tuition applications.

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