Healthcare Career Pathways Program Information

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (CNA) TRAINING

Where Compassion Meets Healthcare

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) training program offers motivated job seekers the opportunity to enter the healthcare field, earn a higher wage, and access pathways to greater economic success. The program, in partnership with Mt. Diablo Adult Education and Ombudsman Services of Solano & Contra Costa, includes 12 weeks of CNA training, life skills training, hands-on clinical experience, and job placement assistance.

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CNA Program 1CNA Program 2

APPLY NOW: NEXT CLASS EXPECTED TO BE IN SEPTEMBER 2020

DETAILS AND BENEFITS:
  • 12-week program (does not require medical background)
  • Mon-Thurs 8:30 AM -3:00 PM/Fri 8:30 AM-12:30 PM)
  • Small cohort size
  • Accessible location (2 minutes from BART)
  • Hands-on clinical experience
  • Hot lunches Monday-Thursday
  • Licensed instructors with professional experience
  • Connections to employers
  • Job placement assistance
  • Graduate placement rate is 94%
  • Alumni career advancement support

“I joined the CNA program because I was interested in the healthcare field and gaining exposure to a clinical setting. The program has taught me everything I need to know about being a CNA and managing home life. It has improved my life by enabling me to get a stable job that I enjoy.”

– Janet, Cohort 1

CNA GRADUATES ARE IN HIGH DEMAND:

Our population is aging, and the demand for Certified Nursing Assistants is high. According to the Employment Development Department, “In California, the number of Nursing Assistants is expected to grow faster than average growth rate for all occupations. Jobs for Nursing Assistants are expected to increase by 15.4 percent, or 15,800 jobs between 2016 and 2026.”

CONTACT:
Erica Satchwell
Professional Development Instructor
Cell: (925) 338-9180
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REQUIREMENTS:
Program participants must be 18 or older and have a high school diploma or equivalency. Participants must have medical insurance before classes begin.