Here are common questions we answer about the CNA Program

What is a typical salary of a CNA?

CNA’s starting pay is typically over $12 per hour. Pay varies on the job and location.

How long does it take to be certified as a CNA?

Our program is a combination of classroom, lab and externship that will take approximately four weeks to complete.

Do I need to take a class again if I move out of the area?

The certification is the Prometric State Test, so you can find work anywhere in Michigan.

Will I find work right away after I earn my certification?

Our students have all been employed after graduation and the US Department of Labor predicts strong growth for years to come.

What requirements are there to enter a class?

You must be over 18 or have a parent’s signature.

Will this qualify me to become a Nurse?

To become a Nurse will require going to nursing school. Working as a Nursing Assistant is a great way to learn if this is something you wish to pursue.

What are the typical responsibilities of a CNA?

Duties depend on the type of location, but include day to day care of residents to keep them healthy and safe.

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