Career Technical Education

Certified Nursing Assistant

A certified nursing assistant (CNA), also known as a nurse aide, takes care of patients' basic needs, including bathing and feeding, and provides support to other medical professionals. With an aging population and increased patient care requirements, Nursing Assistants are in high demand, with far more job openings than employees to fill them. The CNA program combines 60 hours of classroom instruction with over 100 hours of clinical practice.  This program meets state licensing requirements and prepares students for the state certification exam. Call our office today for information on how to register for the upcoming cohort or to be put on our interest list for future cohorts at (530) 757-5380. 
CNA Students