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Nursing Assistant (CNA) Schools

Become a nursing assistant in a growing health care profession by completing a certified nursing program. CNAs provide hands-on patient care under the supervision of nursing and medical staff. You must complete a minimum of 75 hours of state-approved training and pass a competency evaluation in ordered to become a certified nurse assistant and get placed on your state’s registry of nurse aides.