Active Nursing Assistant Training 

of Clear Lake 

Of Clear Lake


Call and schedule your appointment to come sign up  for  January 12th  class  


Evening classes: 

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

5:30pm- 9:30pm

The first day of class is orientation; (4th week is clinicals at a nursing home )

Day classes:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday


(4th week is clinicals at a nursing home)


FOLLOWING THIS COURSE, STUDENTS CAN TAKE SEMINARS TO ADD SKILL-SETS TO THEIR RESUMES! WE OFFER A 3 DAY, 24 HOUR BLOOD DRAWING SEMINAR AT JUST $425! Students can take the NHA exam  if desired to become a certified phlebotomist. Next phlebotomy class December 4, 6, 8

OPTIONAL: TRANSITION FROM LONG TERM CARE TO ACUTE CARE $9 This 8 hour, one day seminar will teach you hospital needed skills such as telemetry placement and evaluation of basic rhythms, EKG's, Blood glucose testing, analysis of critical vital signs, and management of the output of drains and colostomies( Next Acute Care class is November 12th from 9am-4pm)

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.

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

All CNA classes begin with an eight-hour Saturday orientation.

Last day of class is an eight-hour skills practice.

  • 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 available as a free rental to reduce student costs. A $25 workbook is required on first day of class.


  • Q: Will I be a CNA after the course?
   A:  You will schedule a state test following the course. Once the written and skills tests are passed, you will     
your CNA.

  • Q: Where can I work as a CNA?
   A: Nursing homes, home health, hospitals, clinics, adult day cares, personal care homes, private duty, and   
   hospice facilities.

  • Q: Where can I get my CPR and which CPR certification do I need?
   A: You will need the American Heart Association’s Healthcare Provider Certification, which is good for two years. 
   This school does offer the CPR training as an extension of services for an additional $40. This portion is not 
   regulated by TWC.

  • Q: Are there grants for the program?
   A: Currently there are no state or local grants available for this program.

  • Q: Do I have to have a background check?
   A: Yes, you will need a background check and you cannot have a criminal record to enroll.

  • Q: Do I need to take an entrance exam?
   A: No. There is no entrance exam.

  • Q: Do I have to have a physical?
   A: No, unless you are pregnant.

  • Q: Are there any hidden fees?
   A: The state test fee is not included in this course. Following the course, you will need to pay $85.50 for the state        test for certification. You will need to purchase a uniform, a stethoscope, a flu shot (if not already current), TB     
   test, and workbook. This will add approximately $120 to the cost of the course.

  • Q: Do I have to be 18?
   A: No. You have to be 16 as long as you can prove that you are enrolled in high school or have a GED. 

For more information about Active Nursing Assistant Training please contact us by calling 832-265-2824 or fill out a submission form on contact page. You will receive a call by the next 1-2 business days.