Quality Staffing Free Nurse’s Aide Training Program!

Becoming a CNA is a great way to start a career in nursing and gain valuable experience. Learn how to become a CNA in our 4-week training program!

Who is a Certified Nurse Aide? (CNA)

Becoming a Certified Nurse’s Aide (CNA) is one of the fastest routes to starting your career in healthcare. Certified nurse aides are valuable members of the health care team who work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, clinics, skilled nursing facilities, home care, and many others. CNAs are qualified to perform many important functions for people in need, such as providing personal care and measuring vital signs under the supervision of registered nurses. 

Program Overview

Quality Staffing Nurse's Aide Training Program will prepare individuals for work in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, doctor’s offices, and other healthcare facilities. Prior to graduation, all students are given the opportunity to practice clinical skills in long-term care facilities. Clinical rotations are required by the State of Connecticut prior to taking the CNA certification exam. The clinical experience allows students a hands-on opportunity to demonstrate their nursing aide skills that will be used going forward in their careers.

About the Program:

  • 4-week program with day and evening classes

  • Total course hours are 100

  • 75 Hours of Lecture/In House Clinical Lab.

  • 25 Hours of Clinical Internship at Long-Term Care Facility

  • Students must score 75% average GPA or higher to pass

  • Upon successful completion of the training program, a Certificate of Completion will be awarded.

  • Students must pass the State CNA exam to become certified as a Nurse’s Aide

Instructor Training Program is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Apply Now

Applying to Quality Staffing Training Program is the first step towards your new career. A member of our Admissions team will follow up with all applicants to set up an interview and explain the admissions process.