Hi, I'd like to find out where to go to get CNA training in CO. I don't know where to start - I'm not interested in a 2 year program. I know the program at Denver School of Nursing is 6 weeks - does anyone know anything about that?
Feb 23, '05
I live in Fort Collins and know that at the community college here Front Range, that you can go for I think its either one or two weeks and you go from 9-5 everyday and then you take your test and get certified! If you need more information or want to know more about it you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and I can get specifics and let you know more. I have a friend who did this and she said it was very fast paced but you also get it all done in 1-2 weeks I believe. Let me know!
Oct 1, '10
Hey, I know this post is old but I'm going to be moving back to Fort Collins in about 4 months and am very interested in the program you're talking about. Do you have anymore information on it? Thanks.
Oct 1, '10
It may be a long drive from Ft. Collins but National American University in Denver also has a C.NA program. It used to be 3 days a week from 8:30-5 for 3-4 weeks then 3 days of clinicals. It cost $500.00 in '08 when I went through their program. The State Board Exam cost extra (I think it was $95.00). Most of the Colorado Community Colleges also have C.NA programs too.
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