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The CNA programs in Connecticut is an accredited nursing assistant training that will give you classroom and clinical instructions to meet the state requirements.

The certified nursing assistant Courses must have the following minimum elements:

  • 100 hours of total training
  • Taught by a Registered Nurse with two years of professional  experience
  • 16 hours of classroom learning before having contact with patients
  • Clinical, hands-on training components
  • Enrollees shall be expected to possess a high school diploma or GED

In Connecticut, in order to legally work in nursing homes and long-term care facilities individuals must

  • Complete a state-approved Course
  • Take and Pass the Connecticut nursing aide state competency examination
  • Certified nursing assistant must pass a criminal history background check
CNA Programs in Connecticut

CNA Training in Connecticut