Welcome to CNA Training Class!

CNA Training Class provides information and resources for those interested in obtaining a Certified Nursing Assistant, or CNA certification.

Here you will find information on free CNA classes online, CNA training including the Red Cross CNA class,  information about CNA jobs including average CNA salary, as well as other resources to help you become a Nurse Assistant.

Nurse Assistant’s work in nursing homes, hospitals, adult day health centers, assisted living facilities, even personal homes. Wherever there is a need for personal care, Certified Nursing Assistants are the ones who, for the most part, perform the most basic needs for patients, young and old alike. They work under the supervision of a nurse. Since aides have extensive daily contact with each patient, they are key to providing vital information on the patients’ conditions to the nurse.

Working closely with patients, CNAs are responsible for basic care services such as bathing, grooming and feeding patients, assisting nurses with medical equipment, and checking patient vital signs. CNAs give patients important social and emotional support and also provide vital information on patient conditions to nurses.

We will be offering CNA training DVD’s shortly. These will include sample testing questions for cna exam, coursework and study guides, and more.

To some, being a Nursing Assistant is ‘just a job’. It pays the bills and nothing more. These people are easily recognizable in the workplace setting. This fact comes across through behaviors such as laziness and attitude problems. It’s the patients who suffer for some people’s wrong career choice.

The first step to becoming a CNA is finding a program suited to your needs. If you are applying at a heathcare facility offering free classes, be sure to check to ‘fine print’, as some facilities require that you commit to work for them for a certain length of time after you become certified. If you are hired at a healthcare facility, be prepared to submit to a background check (criminal) and a drug test. These are usually mandatory for all healthcare personnel.

At the end of the classes, you will be scheduled to take a State administered Test to become certified. Some places will allow you to work, upon completion of your CNA training, up to four months after classes without your certification.

If you’re interested in going further, perhaps pursuing an RN (Registered Nurse), LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse), or BSN degree (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), you might want to visit Nursing School Programs where you’ll more find information about various online nursing degrees, accelerated nursing programs, and more.

Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant can be one of the best decisions of your life, and lead to a fulfilling and financially rewarding health care career; we hope CNA Training Class can help!

23 Responses to “Welcome to CNA Training Class!”

  1. dropjack.com Says:

    CNA Training Class…

    CNA Training Class provides information and resources for those interested in obtaining a Certified Nursing Assistant, or CNA certification….

  2. Ann Van Dielen Says:

    How do I sign up for the free CNA classes?

  3. Jenifer Stratton Says:

    205-821-xxxx

  4. Jenifer Stratton Says:

    Would like info on training

  5. rosebud simmons Says:

    hi i am looking for a free cna class on line how do i register i live in shannon mississippii heard that red cross has free classes please help me fine somthing close to home.thank you

  6. lee ann smith Says:

    i have been working as a caregiver for nearly 25 years and now i need to be cert. am looking either free classes online or infro on challgeing the oregon state cna cert.

  7. lee ann smith Says:

    i have been working as a caregiver for nearly 25 years and now i need to be cert. am looking for either free classes online or infro on challgeing the oregon state cna cert.

  8. Lisa Reilly Says:

    I am searching for schools so I can become a CNA, I live in Ocean County, NJ- I was as CHHA about 5 years ago.
    Please help I can’t seem to find a place so I can learn to be cna

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  10. Glass Dining Table and Chairs Says:

    I am also interested to take cna training class. What is the actual process of joining it?
    What are the best job opportunity after the training?

  11. panna patel Says:

    I like to become C N A ! I am C H H A ! THANK YOU!

  12. shieshia Says:

    how do i sign up for the cna classes in las vegas

  13. shieshia Says:

    how do i sign up for the cna classes in las vegas so please help me

  14. Medical Resources Home Health Corp Says:

    Good Day;
    We have been priviledged to have attended your graudations in Worc. We have ll offices in Ma. and would like to be able to present to your prospective graduates what Medical Resources has to offer.
    I was wondering if there are graduation dates posted somewhere or could be e-mailed to me for the classes in Ma.

    Please feel free to contact me at 508-951-3134 if you have any further questions.

    Thanking you in advance for your response.

  15. Michelle Bonnie Says:

    Looking for CNA training.

    I live in Bayside Queens, NY

    If I take online classes, is that still accepted in the industry?

    thank you.

  16. Dondra Lanpher Says:

    Was looking for free cna classes and training in the Des Moines Iowa area if you could get back to me with any information it would be very appreciated! Thank You!!

  17. Norberto Berkheimer Says:

    Thank you for providing this awesome blog.

  18. Christina Henao Says:

    I got my CNA certification in 1998 work as a CNA and HOME HEALTH privatly since then, my licence expired two year later,now I have a job oportunity and I need a current Lic.
    pls. tell me, do I have to go trought the CNA course again to renew my CNA lic.?
    thanks

  19. Robin B Says:

    Christina: Since that information varies from state to state, your best bet is to call the state licensing for your area.

  20. Debra Dudgeon Says:

    I need to take this class at American Red Cross for STNA, let me know how to apply for the school. I will be calling my local office come Monday 29,2010. But if all posiable where is the application to apply? Where is the classes offered at? I live in Jackson Center, Oh 45334

  21. Robin B Says:

    Congratulations Debra,
    You’re making a big step in the right direction. The offerings of the Red Cross differ from state to state. Your local chapter will direct you as far as the application process goes. If you can’t get in with the Red Cross, check the local nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and living centers for the developmentally disabled. Any of these are great places to start your search for free nurse’s aide training. Many facilities, when in need of dedicated candidates, offer the training for free in exchange for a time commitment from the student / employee. Good luck with your new career!

  22. tamika Says:

    I am looking for free cna classes in my area i live in st.louis,mo and i wanted to know were could i fill out an application could you please let me know as soon as possible.

  23. traci Says:

    anyone no free cna classes in or by newberg oregon ,if so could you let me no asap thanks

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