Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program
What Is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)?
Under the supervision of a health professional, usually a licensed nurse, a CNA provides basic nursing services to ensure the safety, comfort, personal hygiene, and protection of patients/residents in a licensed long-term, intermediate health care facility or hospital.
Why Become a Certified Nursing Assistant?
This is an in-demand career with many jobs available. There are an estimated 230 Certified Nursing Assistant new and replacement job openings in Mendocino and Lake Counties (2018, Economic Modeling Specialist, Intl.)
The average salary for Certified Nursing Assistants upon program completion and certification is currently $16 - $18 an hour in Lake and Mendocino counties.
Certified Nursing Assistants often go on to become Licensed Vocational Nurses and/or Registered Nurses.
Are you interested in receiving CNA program updates?
- Please fill out a CNA Interest Card if you have not already done so and submit questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Additionally, PLEASE FOLLOW THE LAKE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION ON FACEBOOK for up to date information.