Get ready to quickly enter a career in health care. The Certified Nurse Aide training program is a 96-hour, state-approved curriculum that qualifies you to take the Michigan CNA Exam.
Students must supply scrubs, "like new" tennis shoes and a watch with a second hand. A stethoscope is optional. Books and criminal background check are included in class fee.
Must complete WorkKeys assessments - reading for information (level 4), applied mathematics (level 3) and locating information (level 4). Testing is $50 and must be completed prior to registration. To schedule testing, call (810) 989-5555. Note: Recent high school graduates may have taken these three assessments. Contact your high school for test scores.
Average salary: $13.18 per hour in MichiganJob outlook: 13% increase in Michigan through 2022Types of jobs available: Certified nurse aide, nursing assistant, hospital assistant
Jan. 31 to April 11, 2017 (day classes)Course number: ZPAH 159-01Location: Port Huron campus9.6 CEUs/96 contact hoursCost: $1,025
Scholarships may be available, click here for more information. Admission to this training program is competitive an on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call (810) 989-5666.
Approved ProgramApproved by the Nurse Aide Training Programs, Bureau of Community and Health Systems, Long Term Care Division, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909