Class Type Lecture, Lab, & Clinical
Average Pay Range (Michigan) $11.17 - $18.43 per hour
As a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) you will be a vital member of a patient’s overall healthcare team, which also includes physicians, nurses, physical therapists and dieticians. CNAs have the most direct contact with patients, and are often the first members of the healthcare team to notice changes in a patient’s physical, mental & emotional health.
Our 2-Week CNA Certification Course includes:
- 34 hrs of lecture training
- 34 hrs of lab training
- 24 hrs of clinical training
- CPR/First Aide training &
- A workshop on how to market yourself to employers.
After completing our CNA training program, you will be eligible to take the Prometric Certification Exam and become a Certified Nurse Aide registered with the State of Michigan. You will also have the skills necessary to apply for jobs in:
- Acute Care Centers
- Medical facilities
- Long-Term Care Facilities
- Nursing homes
- Assisted living &
- Adult foster care
If you’re a high school or GED graduate looking to start your career OR a pre-med or nursing student looking to gain clinical experience by working in the healthcare industry, then our 2-Week CNA Training Program is for you.