CNA Training in Charlotte, NC

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    Does anyone know where I can get affordable training to become a CNA in Charlotte? I'll be living in Ballantyne. Thanks in advance!:icon_hug:
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    Since this thread has not had any replies in a few days, I moved it over to the North Carolina Nurses forum with the goal of getting more responses.
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    CNA training are in most community colleges. A goos example are schools such as www.cpcc.edu, whcih have campuses all over charlotte.
    Good luck. Try CPCC .
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    I did mine at Carolinas College of Health Sciences.
    http://www.carolinascollege.org/
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    I would recommend CPCC in Charlotte. It is A LOT cheaper. But if money isn't an issue there are programs at Carolinas College of Health Sciences---about $400, not including books, uniforms, or the $92 fee it will cost to be added to the NC registry.. At CPCC, I paid $85 for the class, $15 background check, $40 for the CNA book, and I got my all white scrubs on EBAY for $19(including shipping--Dickies Brand). By the way, CPCC offers a special CNA class during the summer for college students, space is limited so you have to apply early. If you have any questions, PM me.
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    Have you attempted to connect with any of the nursing homes in the Charlotte area? I think they may train some CNA's if there is a need. Good luck.
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    You should check with convalesant or assisted living facilities.alot of them have classes that the facilities teachs on the job. you work as a Nursing Assistant until you finish training and go thru certification exam
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    Quote from Spoiled1
    I would recommend CPCC in Charlotte. It is A LOT cheaper. But if money isn't an issue there are programs at Carolinas College of Health Sciences---about $400, not including books, uniforms, or the $92 fee it will cost to be added to the NC registry.. At CPCC, I paid $85 for the class, $15 background check, $40 for the CNA book, and I got my all white scrubs on EBAY for $19(including shipping--Dickies Brand). By the way, CPCC offers a special CNA class during the summer for college students, space is limited so you have to apply early. If you have any questions, PM me.
    I looked on the CPCC webpage, but I don't know what the CNA training is under, is there a specific name I should be looking for? I really want to become a CNA and I wanted to train in either the winter or summer because I am a current college student.

    Thanks so much, Have a great day!
    Nikkey B
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    how long was the cna training at cpcc?
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    Can't remember off the top of my head...but there is usually a section offered in the summer time only for college students. They only accept a few into it, and it's much faster than the regular one. The couple weeks was online then we transitioned to the classroom for the tests and skills, then clinicals. I would say 6-8 weeks total.


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