CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE (CNA)
Asistente de Enfermería
The Nurse Aide Training Program prepares students for an entry-level job as a nurse aide in long-term care facilities and hospitals. Students will learn how to provide basic nursing care to residents and learn how to communicate effectively based on the psychosocial needs of residents and their families. They will acquire the skills necessary to assist residents in attaining and maintaining maximum functional independence. Through our CNA program, students also learn how to protect, support, and promote the rights of residents and how to apply safety and preventative measures in the care of residents. Additionally, our CNA classes help students learn how to function as an integral member of the healthcare team and better understand how their skills and observations contribute to the overall health care system for long-term care facility residents.
For more details about our CNA certification and training in Dallas, TX, get in touch with our team today.
The total cost of $630 covers the tuition, book, and a uniform.
If a payment plan is necessary, we require a $200 deposit at the time of registration. The remaining balance can then be made in payments up until your graduation date.
Classes begin on the first Monday of each month and the course is a total of 4 weeks. We offer both mornings from 9 AM to 1 PM and evenings from 5 PM to 9 PM. Classes are held on Mon, Wed, and Fri of every week. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, clinical have been postponed until further notice. We offer both on-campus or online (Zoom) classes.
Class Start Dates:
- First Monday of every month.
- Morning On-campus/Online Classes: 9 AM to 1PM.
- Evening On-campus/Online Classes: 5 PM to 9PM
The State Testing Fee is $125 for English or $135 for Spanish and the student pays directly to the state.
Students will need a current CPR certification during the clinical training at the nursing home or for applying to health care jobs. The cost of the CPR training is $50 CASH ONLY.
You will also need a TB Test clearance before beginning your clinical rotation.
are vendors to the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and Department of
Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS).
- To be accepted, applicants for the Nurse Aide Training Program must:
- provide proof of completion of 8th Grade (GED, transcript, diploma, home-schooling affidavit or other official documentation indicating completion of 8th grade or 8th-grade equivalent)
- provide proof of being at least 16 years of age (drivers license)
- not be listed as unemployable on the Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR) and
- not have been convicted of a criminal offense listed in the Texas Health and Safety Code §250.00 (background check will be completed)
- Competencies: Upon completion of this course:
- Graduates will be able to communicate and interact effectively with patients, assist patients in attaining and maintaining maximum functional independence while observing patient rights.
Graduates will learn how to perform basic first aid, CPR, take vital signs, apply the elements of basic nutrition in meal planning and follow infection control measures.
Graduates will learn to apply proper body mechanics in bed making, lifting and turning patients.
Graduates will receive a Certificate of Completion and be prepared to sit for the Texas Nurse Aide Competency and Evaluation Program (NATCEP) exam. Upon successfully passing the Texas NATCEP, they will be prepared to begin their rewarding career in healthcare as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA).
For program registration forms, please email or contact our school at 469-399-0722.