May 25, 2017

Accredited CNA Programs in Raleigh, NC

If you are contemplating accredited CNA programs in Raleigh, NC, make sure you do a through investigation as your course of study must be approved by the state in order to take your NC Competency examination. Don’t waste your time in anything other than an accredited course.

Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, NC offers an accredited CNA course. The counselors at Wake Technical will be able to guide you through the process and help you start your endeavor in the nursing profession. Contract Wake Technical at 9101 Fayetteville Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603. The main switchboard: 919-866-5000.

Thomas Health Care System offers an accredited 3-week course with fees starting at 600.00. Day classes are available and then you move to your clinical practice that runs a bit longs days. They are located Behind SRI Shoe store in North Raleigh at 5805Departure Drive (Suite E). Raleigh, NC 27616. The main switchboard is: 919-790-9084.

Providence Training Institute is relatively new on the scene but does have an accredited program. The CNA program takes about five seeks to complete. You spend three weeks on site in classroom instruction, and the other two weeks are in clinical experience. The registration fee is 25.00 to hold a seat in the class and then the course is 625.00 total plus the NC Competency examination. Providence is located at 807 Spring Forest Rd., Site 2000, and Raleigh, NC 27609. The main switchboard is 919-647-9021.

Care One Health Training Institute offers an accredited CNA programs in Raleigh, NC. They offer day or evening courses. The day class takes four weeks and the evening takes eight weeks. Fees run around 650.00 dollars and the course is identified as Nurse Aid 1. You can take Nurse Aide 2, a higher designation and they offer online training also. They are located at 309 Chapanoke Road, Suite 116, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603. 
The main switchboard is 919-773-7165.

There are many good accredited CNA programs in Raleigh, NC. Geographically they are all over the city, one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Raleigh is progressive and a rich culture. Enjoy your CNA training!

Comments

  1. carroll harding says:

    How hard is cna school in North Carolina?

    • CNAInstructor says:

      If you choose a good training school that would offer all what you want to take up the certification, then it should not be easy. Ensure that you take up the in-person laboratory training for that would prepare you better for the hands on part of the test

  2. What is offered if I had my CNA but did not use in the year or so after certification. Is there a refresher course?

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