- Free Nurse Assistant Program
- Weekday and Weekend Availability
- CDPH Approved
- No Prerequisites
FREE Certified Nursing Assistant Program (Title I)
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Nursing Assistant Program
The FREE NA (Nursing Assistant) Program is the perfect opportunity for those seeking an entry-level career in healthcare! Our FREE Nurse Assistant Program prepares and licenses individuals in accordance with the California Department of Public Health. Nurse Assistant curriculum covers both theory and practical application of skills needed to work in hospitals, long-term care facilities and home health care settings.
Title I program from State of California will pay for 100% of the training for those who qualify!
Students who are eligible may have the opportunity to take this career program free of charge. Please call 818-766-1000 for more information.
Reserve your spot for FREE – NO OBLIGATION – CNA Program Orientation by clicking here
Who is eligible for the FREE CNA Program?
- Must have right to work in the US
- Must have two forms of ID
- 18 years or older
- All males over the age of 26 must be registered with selective service
During our FREE, NO-OBLIGATION, CNA Program Orientation we will cover the following:
- Meet LACC Team
- Who Qualifies
- Title 1 Application
- Enrollment Process
- 100% Tuition Paid (if qualified)
- Certified in as little as 5 weeks!
- Hybrid Program (lecture online)
- Job Placement Assistance
Select when would you like to come in for your FREE, NO-OBLIGATION orientation:
Do you aspire to pursue a career in the healthcare field? Do you long to be part of a team dedicated to improving lives? Is the idea of patients appealing to you? Then consider pursuing a career as a Nursing Assistant (NA) Program.
As a nursing assistant, you will provide basic care to patients unable to care for themselves. Your responsibilities will range from taking temperature readings to taking care of your patients. In fact, in most health care facilities, CNAs are responsible for providing care for patients.
Requirements to Become a CNA
California Department of health requirements: At least 16 years of age. Minimum education level is 5th grade. Ability to speak, write, read and understand the English Language. Refer to Los Angeles Career College admission policies for details…
Pass the CNA Competency Exam
After you complete your Nurse Assistant Training, you will be eligible to take a knowledge and skills certification exam. Your training program will offer practice exams that will prepare you, so you’ll know what to expect when taking the test. Your instructors will narrow the training to focus on topics that are included in the exam. Once you receive your certificate, it’s important that you inquire about how often you should renew your certification.
Start your CNA career today!
There is a high demand for CNA’s, especially in our current healthcare environment! To kick start your career, attend one of our upcoming Nurse Assistant Orientations for more information. Register now to reserve your seat or call us at 818-766-1000 to speak to one of our academic advisors!
- A minimum of 60-hours theory. Students must score a minimum of 70% or higher on the theory and written tests from all 16 modules from the Nurse Assistant Training Program. Upon successful completion of the course, you are eligible to take the California State Examination to become a certified nursing assistant. Los Angeles Career College is an approved state test center for the CNA Licensure.
- Job Assistance
- Work with doctors & nurses
- Job security
- A new career in as little as five weeks
- Excellent job outlook
- Make a difference in peoples’ lives
Los Angeles Career College is an approved Test Site for Online CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant) in the Southern Region of California and offers the CNA state exam upon completion. The online CNA program will prepare you for the California Nursing Assistant Competency Examination to work in various nursing homes/residential care facilities and hospitals.
CNAs are an essential member of the healthcare team and contribute directly to the success of their organization, office, or clinical setting. It’s also a field that is growing rapidly. The US Department of Labor projects the employment of nursing assistants to grow by 14% or higher through the year 2024. And According to O*Net, the starting salary in 2015 for CNA in Los Angeles was $39,290.
177,700 jobs expected to be added
Job Placement Available for CNA Alumni in:
- Medical Clinic
- Rehabilitation Centers
- Nursing and Retirement Facilities
- In-home medical services
- Medical Support Services
- Home Health Agencies
- Hospice Agencies
- Congregate Living Health Facilities
- Long Term Care Facilities
- Just to name a few