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Nursing Assistant (CNA) Classes

The Nursing Assistant Program includes a combination of classroom learning, laboratory practice, and supervised hands-on clinical training in a Long- Term Care facility. All hands-on clinical experiences MUST be under the direct supervision of the program's approved program instructor only. 


Students must receive a minimum of 16 hours of classroom instruction per Rule 64B9-15.005(3)9b)(7) FAC before any direct contact with any resident. All students are required to attend all 80 hours of classroom/lab instruction. All students must attend at least 40 hours of clinical instruction, 20 hours of which must be in a licensed nursing home or a long-term care facility.


Course Requirements:

  • Course requirements documents are due no later than the 5 days before the course start date

  • 18 years of age or older

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Provide 1 form of Government-issued ID

  • Must be a legal US Citizen or approved immigrant status

  • Completed Criminal Background Check

Step 1.
Complete the Enrollment Application and Register

Step 2.
Complete the CNA Disclosure Form Below!
Step 3.
Step 4.
Pay for your Class Below!
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