Classes start in January 2020
The Certified Nursing Assistant Program
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program at Saint Joseph’s College not only offers students the opportunity to learn the knowledge necessary to become a certified CNA, but also to learn the skills through hands-on and relevant learning. Before students are sent out for their clinical experiences, we replicate real-life situations in our new CNA lab; this allows our students to practice and perfect their learning and skills. CNAs provide care to patients in many different settings; nursing homes, retirement homes, hospitals, adult daycare, etc. CNAs provide primary care to patients or residents, such as personal care, dressing, bathing, and feeding, as well as helping monitor patients and documenting and communicating with the nursing staff. The duties of CNAs are dependent upon your work environment. Regardless of where one is employed, CNAs are a critical component of inpatient care.
Average Certified CNA hourly pay
$11.00 – $13.00/hour
The job outlook for CNA is expected to grow much faster than average.
Projected Employment for Indiana-
Increase of 4,020+ job openings
Employment data taken from Careeronestop.org
–sponsored by the US Department of Labor
A background check, 2-step TB test, drug test, physical,
and CBC with complete blood count are required.
CNA Tuition: $970
Class size: 12 students
15-week clasess, 4 hours/day, 2 days/week
A $100 non-refundable registration fee is required to secure your spot.
Space is limited, please register early to secure your spot.