Certified Nursing & Acute Care Nursing Assistant
Certificate of Completion
This certificate program will prepare participants to work in both long-term and acute care facilities thus providing entry level, diverse, work opportunities in the ever growing health care field. For those planning on entering LVN or RN programs, course content may increase chances for successful admission and completion of nursing program curriculum.
These courses meet the requirements for California state certification as a CNA. The program incorporates processing of the state application and administration of the NATAP test with same day official test results for the written and manual skills examination. Verification of successful passing of the NATAP test permits immediate eligibility for employment.
All coursework can be completed within 11 weeks. Offered in Fall or Spring semesters.
- provide their own transportation and be at least 16 years of age or have a work permit
- be able to meet expenses and responsibilities incurred as part of this program
- demonstrate proficient English/ESL verbal and written communication skills to take written exams, communicate with clients and maintain a safe clinical environment
The Certified Nursing and Acute Care Nursing Assistant program is accredited by the State of California, Health & Human Services, Department of Public Health, Licensing & Certification.
State of California, Health & Human Services, Department of Public Health, Licensing & Certification
P.O. Box 997377, MS 3000
Sacramento, California 95899-7377
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will pass the California State Exam for CNA.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|Certified Nursing Assistant|
|Acute Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)|
|Health Careers Skills Lab (HCRC)|
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Course Completion Only
VOC HTH01 is offered for “course completion only” during the Winter and Summer Intersessions. This course provides for employment in long term care only.
For further information, please contact the Health Careers Resource Center, (909) 274-4788.