Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program

Nursing Assistant Training Program

The Nursing Assistant Training Program has been developed to prepare students to pass the California State Nurse Assistant Certification Examination and perform as an entry level NA in various health care settings.

CNA Program Overview

With plenty of nursing education programs to pick from, it is critical that candidates select a program that is approved by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). CNA Colleges, Health care institutions, and CNA training institutions offer such programs. But choosing the right one is the challenge. Have a look at our unique certified nurse assistant training and program.

Flexible Timings

Focused on working individuals, they can opt for morning or evening classes according to their availability.

Detailed CNA Training Program

Elaborate course structure that covers both theory and practical sessions.

Comprehensive Knowledge Induction

We ensure you are trained and graduated as the best, through our in-depth certified nurse programs.

All Inclusive Syllabus

Our CNA certification training not only covers the exam requirements but takes you through necessities like being empathetic and much more.

No doubts are left uncleared

We don’t just lecture, we mentor you to become an aspiring CNA.

2023 Enrollment Dates

Contact us to learn more about the schedule of the classes.

What does a Nursing Assistant do ?

Nursing Assistants provide hands-on healthcare to patients, helping with bathing, dressing and the basic activities of life.

A day in life of a CNA might also include :

  • Taking patients’ vital signs, which may include temperature and blood pressure
  • Documenting patients’ health issues
  • Feeding patients, measuring and recording their food and liquid intake
  • Cleaning rooms and bed linens
  • Helping with medical procedures
  • Dressing wounds

Why choose the certified nursing assistant program ?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, California has the most CNA employment. There are now around 100,000 CNAs working. California is also listed in the top 5% of the country for CNA compensation, which averages $17/hour and may start at $40,000 per year. Well over 50% of CNAs work in Nursing Care Centers, and California has 2,500 certified nurse facilities that provide employment.

Where does a Nursing Assistant work ?

Nursing Assistants can have their pick of flexible employment opportunities. Typically you can find nursing assistants in skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, hospice facilities. In addition, we’ve seen a rise in hiring CNAs at home health agencies and daycares.

What are the Admission Requirements ?

  • Must be at least 18 years old. 16 and 17-year-olds who have graduated from high school or passed the California High School Proficiency Exam(CHSPE) must obtain parental consent.
  • Live Scan Fingerprinting
  • Physical exam and TB test done no more than 60 days prior to enrollment.
  • Chest X-Ray needed if positive PPD no more than 1 year.
  • Current CPR by the American Heart Association (Basic Life Support Health Care Provider)
  • Obtain a passing score of (11) on the Wonderlic SLE Test.
  • High School Diploma, high school transcript or certificate of high school equivalency, or GED, and evaluation of courses if a foreign graduate.

How long does it take to complete the nursing assistant program ?

Clement's Nursing Assistant program is flexible so that anyone can jump-start their career in nursing in as little as 8 weeks

Program Schedule :

Full Time : Morning Class Sessions (6 Weeks)

  • Monday to Friday
  • 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Part Time : Evening Class Sessions (11 Weeks)

  • Monday to Thursday
  • 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

What types of courses are taught ?

The course is structured to provide theory and practical application skills needed to function as a Nursing Assistant (NA).

Courses include:

  • Patient's Rights
  • Prevention and Management of Catastrophe & Unusual Occurrences
  • Medical-Surgical Asepsis
  • Patient Care Skills
  • Vital Signs
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Rehabilitative Nursing
  • Death and Dying
  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Body Mechanics
  • Weights and Measures
  • Patient Care Procedures
  • Nutrition
  • Long Term Care Residents
  • Observation and Charting

How much the program cost ?

The total Program Cost is $1840.00.

Please contact us for more information.

What does Tuition Cover ?

Registration Fee (Non-Refundable) $150.00
Scholastic Level Exam (SLE Test) (Non-Refundable) $20.00
Tuition Fees $1200.00
Textbook & Workbook (set) $95.00
2 Sets School Uniform $60.00
Student ID Badge $30.00
Medical Equipment (Stethoscope & Blood Pressure Cuff) $45.00
Live Scan - Form Available In Student Services Desk $65.00
Money Order Payable to Regional Testing Center $120.00

Where can I take my Classes ?

The didactic part is taught at our school campus located at 1225 West 190th Street, Suite 375 Gardena, California 90248

Clinical practice will take place at approved clinical sites that are in partnership with Clement Career College


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