Southern Indiana CNA Schools

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      A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) works in a variety of environments, include nursing homes, assisted living environments, hospitals, clinics and private homes. The CNA typically works under the supervision of other nursing staff while providing comfort to patients and assisting with daily activities, such as personal hygiene and feeding. Southern Indiana provides a variety of ways to obtain the skills required to become a CNA.

    Nurse Tech

    • Nurse Tech offers a CNA program to individuals in the Clarksville, Ind., area. Students learn skills such as vitals, hygiene care and transferring. Students learn through classroom instruction, group lab work and clinical hands-on experience. Daytime or night courses are available. Cost for night programs was $750 in 2010, and cost of daytime programs was $675. The cost of the program includes textbooks, workbooks, stethoscope, tuberculosis tests and CPR training. The costs of a physical examination, uniforms and an appropriate watch are extra. Those interested should contact Nurse Tech directly.

      Nurse Tech
      230 E. Montgomery, Suite B-2
      Clarksville, IN 47129
      812-284-4233
      nursetech.us

    Indiana Health Careers Vocational Training and Testing

    • Indiana Health Careers Vocational Training and Testing offers a CNA program that consists of 105 hours of training, 75 of which are reserved for hands-on clinical training. The program offers flexible scheduling. Students learn skills such as infection control, blood pressure, pulse respiration, documentation and clients' basic living needs, such as toileting, transfer and changing. The program helps prepare students for the state certification examination. DVDs, practice tests, opportunities to practice and tutoring are available for students. Indiana Health Careers Vocational Training and Testing claims its graduates have a 98 percent passing rating on the state examination. The cost as of 2010 is $375, which includes tuition, lab fees, physical and the state exam. Other fees include CPR training, first aid and tuberculosis test.

      Indiana Health Careers Vocational Training and Testing
      6830 Diamond Heights Dr.
      Sellersburg, IN. 47172
      812-246-5753
      866-896-0594
      indianahealthcareertraining.com

    American Red Cross

    • The Clark County Red Cross offers training to become a CNA. The 115-hour program consists of 40 hours of classroom work that teaches skills such as resident rights, anatomy, vital signs, nutrition and hygiene. Also included are 75 hours of hands-on clinical training at a state-approved and licensed long-term care facility. Students train in a workplace setting under the guidance of instructors and staff. Contact the Clark County Red Cross Chapter for registration information.

      Clark County Red Cross
      1805 E. 8th Street
      Jeffersonville, IN 47130
      812-283-8416
      clarkredcross.org

    Nursing Homes

    • Nursing homes or assisted living facilities sometimes fill CNA positions from within their facilities if the need is urgent. To solve this problem, facilities may offer training to people pursuing a career in this field. In many cases, this student receives free training while earning a paycheck. The student is usually contracted to work a specific amount of time to pay off the training costs. You may ask officials at facilities whether they offer free or disconnected CNA training.

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