WHERE CAN I WORK?
The main reason most people seek out their CNA certification is to find a good job. While most people pursuing their license realize that having their CNA is a great way to land employment at nursing homes, long-term care facilities and medical centers, there are many other opportunities as well, including opportunities to work as a CNA specialist, or programs that offer the opportunity to go from a CNA to a registered nurse (RN) or as a licensed practicing nurse (LPN). What may seem like a simple step to take some online courses as a CNA can lead to numerous opportunities for higher pay and greater responsibilities in the healthcare field.
Now is a great time to explore a future career as a CNA and break into the healthcare industry. The online programs listed above are just a few examples of the many options, so be sure to continue researching until you find the online CNA classes that best suit your individual needs. In the meantime, you may want to try one of our free CNA practice tests to see how much you already know about the position.
What To Expect from our
One of the key differences with CNA training as opposed to many other certifications or degrees is that it is often gauged by clock hours as opposed to credits or credit hours.
We take pride in providing hands-on learning and being with the healthcare student every step of the way. We're not just focused on hours; but making sure you have the knowledge and skills necessary to begin the workforce in healthcare.
Classes cover typical items that CNAs are expected to know once they’re on the job. This can include skills such as: