Free Cna Classes In The Houston Area!!!
- 1Aug 9, '08 by Trilldayz,RN BSNHello All! New to AllNurses but wanted to let you guys know that Park Manor-Cypress Station nursing home/rehab center are now offering Certified Nurse Aide course/clinicals for free! They are also PAYING $7.50/ hr to learn per shift. You will be able to sit for the state Nurse Aide exam at the end of the course. My aunt works there and this is how I am aware of this cool opportunity. I don't know all the specifics but feel free to get the details by calling Park Manor @ (832) 249- 6500
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- 0Dec 6, '09 by bperrymanMy cousin lives in Corpus Christi, Texas and she said that "Corpus Christi Nursing-Rehab" 361-992-0816 does free training. I really don't want to go back home for 4 weeks, but if it's free- I may consider it. I have to call tomorrow and
see when the next training class starts. I found A&B Training Academy on Harwin that charges $586.00, $100.00 deposit- and the price includes everything except the scrubs.
I hope this helps someone.
- 0Dec 6, '09 by kstar101I took my CNA certification course at A&B Training Academy back in 2006 when they were at the old building on Hillcroft. I loved my teachers there and they were incredibly helpful and patient with all the topics that were covered...not to mention, they were a lot cheaper than other schools I had heard of.
The director of the school was also one of my teachers on certain days and she offered to write recommendation letters if I needed it! The schools I applied to never required recommendation letters, but it was the principle that I loved. They understood that it's very competitive to get into nursing programs and offered (again, I never had to ask) to write me a letter.
Good luck to you all!
- 0Dec 7, '09 by bperrymanThanks KSTAR- I start on Dec. 21st. at A&B. I called the place in Corpus Christi and was told the next class starts January 11,2010. Mon.- Fri. from 8-5 for 2 weeks and that certification could take anywhere from 6-8 weeks. In addition, I'd have to complete an application because the class get really full. Plus I did not want to have to go back home to Corpus Christi-
I am trying to get started a little sooner than Jan. 2010. I've been researching ahead of time and calling around to see which nursing homes hires new CNA grads- I am composing my list ahead of time.
Barbara in Houston, Texas