Why? Because we want to help bring out the best in you and teach you the necessary skills needed to become a successful Certified Nursing Assistant.
You’ll be a contributing member of your patients care plan team. In fact, health care couldn’t happen without you, the CNA. The CNA is responsible for the direct care of patients, clients, or residents of the facility, hospital, or homecare; assisting with daily activities, such as grooming, providing gait support, memory care and medication assistance. They also have a role in keeping their patients safe and comfortable. Our 150-hour program consists of (75) hours of classroom training and (75) hours of clinical training approved by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education and the Connecticut Department of Public Health. If you have a passion to care for others then this is your first step to a rewarding career!