120 Hour Nursing Assistant Training Class
Day classes

$1,100.00 per student

  • American Red Cross nursing assistant training program120 hour nursing assistant training program
  • FDOE and FBON 120 hours accredited training program.
  • 80 hours of Theory and Hands-on training and practice at our training facility taught by highly experienced and professional nurses with a small student to instructor ratio to provide quality training.
  • 3-week day program (M-F 9 am to 5 pm)
  • 40 hours of Clinical Rotations – in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. (M-F 7 am to 3 pm)
  • Help with Job Placement
  • Option to include with the registration: Background Check, CNA State Exam registration fee, and BLS/CPR certification
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You are registering for day 1 / orientation and introduction day.
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120 Hour Nursing Assistant Training Class
Day classes

Our accredited Nursing Assistant training program provides a combination of theory and hands-on instruction for the basic care of clients. Students get access to the Red Cross training materials, practice at our training facilities, and do clinical rotations at highly rated nursing homes and long-term care facilities.

Classes are divided into:

  • 40 hours of theory learning. In combination with the lab practice, throughout the text and workbooks, and videos materials, students get to learn all the knowledge and skills necessary to become a high-quality CNA. Theory and Labs are offered Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
  • 40 hours of hands-on lab practice. In combination with theory learning, students get the opportunity to practice and perfect their nursing assistant skills, getting them prepared to pass the exam and, most importantly, be very successful at work.  Theory and Labs are offered Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
  • 40 hours of clinical rotations Practice what you have learned at various highly rated nursing homes and long-term care facilities. Clinical rotations are scheduled Monday to Friday 7 am to 3 pm.

Option to include with the registration, the required level 2 live scan background check, the CNA state exam registration fee, and the AHA BLS/CPR certification.