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General Information

A CNA is an important part of the healthcare team who helps people in need. In addition to basic skills, CNA students learn professional behaviors, the importance of teamwork, and how to provide social and emotional support to the people they care for and work with.

To be eligible for the program you must be at least 16 years of age and be able to read at a 9th grade level.

The program is four weeks in length. Training is during the day, five days a wek, Monday - Friday.

Attendance of the entire training program is very important in order for the program requirements to be met and for trainee performance to be evaluated. There is minimal allowance for absence.

If you are interested in our employer based CNA program, contact Human Resources at 315-787-4039.

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