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- by punkybrewster8806 Aug 1, '06Hi! Does anyone have any tips on where in the Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti area of MI I could look to get a fast CNA? I'm starting school in less than a month and need to get the training done pronto so I can get a part-time job to help pay for school and also get clinical experience.Last edit by jb2u on Aug 2, '06 : Reason: personal email address.
- Aug 2, '06 by casiCheck with your local community colleges, nursing homes, and hospitals. Quite a few of these provide CNA training.
My training took about a month 3 days a week about 6 hours a day. I am assuming most programs are similar.
- Aug 4, '06 by Daytonitehi, punkybrewster8806!
http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,...544---,00.html - this is the website for the michigan nurse aid registry. from this site i am quoting you this: "for additional information regarding certified nurse aide training programs or an application for exemption from training (if you are unable to download a copy here), call (517) 241-0554." there are additional links at this site to faqs. please read the information on this page. i would suggest you call the number they listed and ask for a list of locations where you can get training.
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- Aug 7, '06 by gigikitHi,
Washtenaw Community College offers CNA classes. I'm currently taking one right now. It's the last session for this Summer so you would have to register for a class in the Fall. Here is the link that describes the class: http://www.wccnet.edu/academicinfo/c...06&path=health
Hope this helps.
- Aug 9, '06 by cnarnThe best and easy way to find a short-time CNA certificate school is by looking at your local free papers such as The GreenSheet. If you live in Dallas area, there is a 3 weeks only training for certfication. call 214.441.3556 for informaton.