Certified Nursing AssistantNC

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Become a Certified Nursing Assistant

  • 4 Week-long exam prep program – that includes three weeks (40 hours of  in class training including skills training and 20 hours clinical work). Clinical work is completed at healthcare partners.  Total program hours 140 hours
  • Certificate leading to C.N.A. state licensure
  • College and Career Readiness Services Provide to all students

You will be required to submit the following documentation upon registration: 

CORI is  required for employment.

Tuition: $1,450 (Excludes books, scrubs and not eligible for financial aid)

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Your pathway to a CNA career: The Certified Nursing Assistant Program at Quincy College qualifies you for the state’s competency exam. Certified Nursing Assistants provide basic care for patients in hospitals and residents of long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes. 

You will be required to submit the following documentation upon registration: 

  • Immunization record (MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis B, Flu Shot, Tdap, Covid)
  • TB Test 
  • Physical Exam 
  • Proof of Health Insurance

Apply Now to become a Certified Nursing Aide

Questions?
Contact the Workforce Development Office at
Workforcedev@quincycollege.edu

Contact C.N.A Program Manager Janice Maenpaa at 617-984-1769

or Carolyn Austin C.N.A Program Clinical Director at 617-984-1768

Upcoming Classes:

June 22 – July 20
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM 

July 11 – August 5
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

September 26 – October 21
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Certified Nursing AssistantNC Courses
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    • Code
    • Course
    • Credits
    • CNA 100
    • Certified Nursing Assistant
    Certified nurse assistants (CNA’s) provide basic care for patients as part of the healthcare team. Learn skills and techniques to help meet patients' physical and emotional needs through classroom teaching, skills lab training, and hands on patient care. Hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and healthcare organizations are looking for CNA’s able to care for those who are ill, injured or disabled and to work with a diverse population in a variety of health care settings. This class will prepare you to take the CNA license exam.

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