CNA Training. Classroom portion is online!! Clinical rotation is conducted inside a facility and via SIMS LAB!
Next Class: 2/12
A certified nursing assistant helps patients with direct health care needs under the supervision of a nurse. These needs, known as ADL's (activities of daily living) include but are not limited to bathing, dressing, feeding and bathroom assistance.
In Indiana, it is required that a prospective CNA takes a 105 hour course that consists of 30 hours of classroom training and teaching coupled with 75 hours of hands on clinical experience. Once the course is completed, the student will take a written and skills exam administered by IvyTech Community College.