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Trident One Stop Career System
1930 Hanahan Rd #200,
North Charleston 29406,
ph: (843) 574-1800
This center offer free CNA training classes to all who qualify. Everything is free so you have to spend no money out of pocket for anything. However, we are not sure how often these classes are held so be sure to call them to find out. Another benefit of attending this class is they give their students gas cards every week.
Paxen Learning Corporation
This facility has been known to help students pay for their CNA training classes. However, there are certain requirements that must be met in order to qualify. Also, you will be expected to cover the cost of everything else. All they cover is the tuition; the state exam and supplies for class are left up for you to cover expenses.
Georgetown Healthcare and Rehabilitation
2715 South Island Rd,
ph: (843) 546-4123
This is one of the health care facilities in the state that will sponsor you to take CNA training classes. However, after you have obtained your license they will expect you to work for them for an extended amount of time, usually around a year. If you fail to do so you will probably have to pay them the money that they spent on the classes for you.
As part of the drive to get more people employed in heatlhcare, Project Hope was formed to provide training in those in demand careers that have reasonable salaries. You can receive free training as part of this initiative if you’re receiving benefits from TANF or SNAP or are part of the foster youth system. You might also be eligible for this if you’re in a low income household.
The Boot camps are located in Florence, Greenwood, Beaufort and Columbia. For more information and to get the application checklist, please visit: https://dss.sc.gov/projecthope/
The Free CNA training courses in South Carolina is based on the standards established for the state Nurse Aide curriculum. The Nurse aide study includes classroom, lab experience, clinical practice in a selected facility and sometimes the American Heart Association Basic Life Support/CPR training for Healthcare Providers.
Certified Nurse assistants in South Carolina provide basic personal care for patients in health care facilities, hospitals, and in-home health care. They provide care with vital signs, dressing, feeding, bathing, ambulating, and personal assistance.
The programs will prepare you for the responsibilities you will assume as a Certified Nursing Assistant in South Carolina. A C.N.A is an individual who is responsible and capable of taking care of sick, disabled and elderly patients.
South Carolina Free Nurse Aide Training
Free CNA Training in South Carolina