NURSE AIDE SCHEDULES AND COST
The Texas Nurse Aide course is five weeks (100 hours). The fourth week consists of nursing home clinicals.
Jan 11, 2020- Feb 13, 2020
Tues, Wed, Thurs
Tues, Wed, Thurs
The first day of class (day and night) 8am-4pm; 4th week is clinicals at a nursing home
**See below for pricing
You can add skill-sets to your resume with our continuing education seminars.
Blood drawing seminar: This three day class is $475 and will prepare you for your national exam through NHA for national certification.
Next phlebotomy class is Feb 19, 21, 22
Next Patient Care Technician Jan 7-16
Next Nurse Aide (after the January class) March 7-April 9
Prerequisites Nurse Aide/CNA class:
Students must be healthy enough to work 8–12 hours a day.
Students must have strength to lift 20 pounds.
Students must speak and write English fluently (a language assessment test may be issued to determine fluency)
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required
Must be able to pass a background check.
If you are pregnant you must have a release from your doctor to participate in this course.
Program Term Dates
Call today and enroll 832-265-2824 It is never too early to enroll.
Tuition, Payment & Books (CNA class)
Cost of course is $895.
Major credit cards, cash, cashier's checks are accepted forms of payment
Payments are due in 3 installments -($220 to secure your spot on registration, $225 first day of class, remaining $450 due prior to 4th week of course)
Textbooks are issued on the first day of class- $60
- Q: Will I be a CNA after the course?
obtain your CNA.
- Q: Where can I work as a CNA?
- Q: Where can I get my CPR and which CPR certification do I need?
- Q: Are there grants for the program?
- Q: Do I have to have a background check?
- Q: Do I need to take an entrance exam?
- Q: Do I have to have a physical?
- Q: Are there any hidden fees?
- Q: Do I have to be 18?