As a CNA you will provide basic care to patients, as well as assist them in daily activities they might have trouble with on their own, such as bathing. Because of the personal nature of the job, CNAs must be compassionate and enjoy helping others. In a nursing or long term care facility, a CNA is often the patient's main caregiver.
- Call for registration information and attend an orientation.
- Read, write and speak English.
- Pass the entrance exam with a 70% or better, given at orientation.
- By first day of class:
- Show proof of a negative TB test
- Show proof of physical exam
- Proof of Fingerprint clearance
- $550.00 due at registration.
- State Certification: Students will be responsible for $110.00 Red Cross exam fee.
- Must provide a valid CA Photo ID and Original Security Card at Orientation.