CNA Training Program at St. Ann’s Community

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St. Ann’s currently has no CNA training program openings. Please check back for future opportunities!

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St. Ann’s Community is pleased to provide training for Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) candidates but is not currently offering a program. Consisting of a minimum of 75 hours of education, including classroom, lab, and clinical components, program participants will complete a computer-based test and a competency demonstration in order to receive official certification.

A CNA performs various tasks in their role. These include taking vital signs, providing or assisting with routine personal, facilitation of basic needs being met, and observing and reporting changes in a resident’s condition or abilities. A CNA spends more time with residents than other members of the health care team and because of this, they become the “eyes and ears” of the team. A CNA must have strong interpersonal skills and must be a compassionate, caring individual who has a desire to build relationships with residents.