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CNA + Certified Nursing Assistant

The Certified Nursing Assistant Program will prepare students to provide basic nursing care in health care facilities as a CNA. Students will learn basic nursing skills, medical terminology, basic anatomy and physiology, ethics, nutrition, rehabilitation, and safety & emergency care. Instruction includes both classroom and clinical training. Upon successful completion, students will be qualified to take the California Nurse Assistant Competency Exam. This program has been approved by the California Department of Public Health

High School Diploma or equivalent required. Background check is required. Forms are provided – please do not do on your own.

Mandatory Orientations

Please register online to reserve your spot.
Please click here for a list of orientation dates and registration links

Cost: $1,999. Includes books and classroom supplies.
(Financial Aid is NOT available for this course.)

Total Program Hours: 160

Due at registration: Full payment.

Requirements

  • Must have a High School Diploma or GED at registration.
  • TB clearance, Hepatitis B and COVID-19 Immunization record, current flu shot, CPR certification, background/drug screening.
  • Students must purchase their own informs and supplies.

Additional fees: background check fees, Livescan for CDPH paperwork, shoes and necessary equipment (BP cuff with sphygmomanometer).

8 weeks M – Th 8:00am – 1:00pm

For more information, email: brochin@dusd.net

Employment Outlook Facts

Median Pay: $30,830 per year

Job Outlook: 8% (As fast as average)

Job Opening (2020 – 2030): 118,500

Source: www.bls.gov

CNA + Phlebotomy

This program combines all Certified Nursing Assistant instruction with Phlebotomy instruction and training. This program meets all requirements for students to become a California licensed phlebotomist (CPT 1). The program will introduce students to the field of phlebotomy and provide them with basic and advanced skills in both theory and clinical practice and prepares students to take the National Certification Exam by the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT). This program has been approved by the California Department of Public Health.

National Exam: Additional $90 required on the first day of class. Payment will be made online directly to NCCTINC.com via credit card only. Visa or MasterCard accepted.

High School Diploma or equivalent required. Background check is required. Forms are provided – please do not do on your own.

Mandatory Orientations

Please register online to reserve your spot.
Please click here for a list of orientation dates and registration links

Cost: $2,499. Includes books and classroom supplies.
(Financial Aid is NOT available for this course.)

Total Program Hours: 240

Due at registration: Full payment.

Requirements

  • Must have a High School Diploma or GED at registration.
  • Current TB clearance (within the last year)
  • Vaccination Records – must include Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, MMR, Varicella, current flu shot, and COVID-19
  • CPR certification, background/drug screening.
  • Students must purchase their own informs and supplies.

Additional fees: background check fees, Livescan for CDPH paperwork, shoes and necessary equipment (BP cuff with sphygmomanometer).

For more information, email: brochin@dusd.net

Employment Outlook Facts

Median Pay: $30,830 per year

Job Outlook: 8% (As fast as average)

Job Opening (2020 – 2030): 118,500

Source: www.bls.gov