Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) training program, also known as Nursing Assistant – Certified (NA-C), provides basic understanding and skills required for nursing assistants working in nursing homes, hospitals, medical clinics, home care agencies, and in other settings. The CNA training program from ProCare Academy includes lecture and hands on practice all within a caring and supportive learning environment. Students will experience basic adult/geriatric care as well as an introduction to pediatric care. ProCare Academy’s CNA training program meets all Washington State and OBRA (national) standards.

  • Successful students will be eligible to take the OBRA written and skills test to become certified.
  • Course includes 7 hour HIV program
  • 4 hour Healthcare Provider CPR included with course

CNA courses offered during the Day, Evening and Weekend!

All sections include 70 hours lecture/lab and 50 hours clinical experience in a skilled nursing facility for a total of 120 hours.

See the calendar for specific class schedules and to register for this class.  A minimum Payment of $250 must be paid before the first day of class.  The remaining balance should be paid before the last day of class.  You may contact the office (info@procareacademy) for more information or to inquire about alternative payment plans.  The registration fee is non-refundable; see our refund policies about other fees.

Costs:

Registration Fee (non-refundable): $50.00
Tuition $625.00
Textbook/Workbook Combo $44.00
Scrub Top (Gray or Light Gray) 15.00
Gait Belt 15.00
Negative TB (PPD) Skin Test

We currently use Hartman’s Nursing Assistant Care: The Basics 4th ed – Textbook & Workbook

Students may purchase the textbooks, scrub top and gait belt from the school or they can be purchased elsewhere.

Most students will wear scrub pants to clinical.  Scrub pants do not need to match your scrub tops.  They can be any color.  We do not currently sell scrub pants.  There are usually scrub pant alternatives depending on the clinical site you are attending.  Please ask your instructor on the first day of class if you are interested in wearing something other than scrub pants.

Equipment Required

  • Tennis shoes (clean and in good repair)
  • Watch with a second hand
  • Scrub Top (Gray or Light Gray)
  • Gait belt with metal clasp

Tuition Assistance

If you are employed with a Long Term Facility within your first year after certification you may be eligible for tuition and testing fees reimbursement.

Contact us about a possible payment plan

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Register for a CNA Class