CNA or PCT training schools
- 1Feb 2, '11 by marcee1108Hello, does anyone happens to know what school gives good CNA or PCT training? I'm looking at Manhattan institute, New york medical career training (flushing), access careers (Brooklyn), ABC training (Bronx). I am totally confused as to what school gives the best training for this specific course, because each institution has their own pros and cons based on the reviews I've read on the web. Maybe anyone here had been to some of these schools or are currently studying in one of these institution, please give me an insight. Any advice will be highly appreciated. Thank you so much
P.S: One more thing, which route is best to take first, the CNA route or the PCT route?
- 0Aug 4, '11 by AlliedhealthIt all depends on what you are looking for. If you want to continue your education and become a nurse, physical therapist, or an occupational therapist I would consider going to a CUNY school. Going to a trade school will be a little cheaper but you have less chances of grabbing a decent job. Look into every school before you make your choice; check the price, travel time, length of time for classes, any extra required material that is not provided in the tuition, ect. A biggie, make sure the school is certified by the state to teach CNA. You don't want to waste your time and money.
As far as I know, the CNA comes first then PCT. However, things might have changed as they always do.