Free CNA Training

by Maria Pavel on June 20, 2011

If you have an abiding love for people and helping them, you may just have what it takes to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. This is a position that is in high demand all over the world, and this need is expected to grow even more during the next several years.

For this reason, you can actually get CNA training for free. Lots of companies and medical facilities like hospitals and nursing homes are desperate for trained and certified CNAs, and they’re willing to train people for free if they’ll come to work for them.

Free CNA Training

Free CNA Training

If you pay for a Certified Nursing Assistant course, it can easily cost you anywhere from $300 to $1,200, depending on the length of the training course and the school you get your training through. A lot of people can’t come up with that amount of money if they’re just starting to consider CNA as a career.

However, what if you could get your training for free? Not only would you get the training for free, but in order to get that, you just have to agree to work in the facility that trains you for a certain amount of time. You get free training plus a guaranteed job at the end of that training. What could be better?

Another way to get free CNA training is through government agencies and teaching hospitals. This works a bit differently than getting free training from a medical facility. When you’re trained through the government or teaching hospitals, you typically pay to get your training.

However, once you pass everything, your money will be refunded to you. To be eligible for this program, you have to working at the facility for a certain time period. If you aren’t working, but have a job offer from a nursing home, you’ll be eligible for free training as long as you work at their facility.

These are truly exceptional opportunities for people that need a job, want to become a Certified Nursing Assistant, and don’t have the money to pay for training. What could be better than receiving free training for a new and rewarding career?

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August 3, 2011 at 12:06 am

Soo i dont have any expreince as a professional but what I can tell you, is i love working wit old people or anyone for that fact! i have taking care of my Grandma who has cancer. i know how to handle things well and Im a fast learner. so if you could give me some tips on becoming a CNA that would be very helpful.. thank you for reading my comment and hope you get back to me on this.

Brandi brough

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