I live in southern California, and I'm looking for a CNA program. Besides community colleges, where else can I find CNA programs or how should I go about looking for one? My main concern is money. It seems like most colleges that offer CNA programs are extremely costly (+$500).
Anyone one from southern California know of any inexpensive CNA program?
Dec 3, '12
Im actually having the same problem. But I was told that Adult Schools
and ROP programs in our local area offer CNA training classes. Tomorrow I'm going to be calling around.
Dec 12, '12
Somewhere in my busy Pre-Nursing schedule I have to figure out a cheap, good, and possibly night CNA course in northern Cali... If anyone knows of anything let me know. (My BSN program only accepts if you have CNA liscence)