MEDIAN ANNUAL SALARY:
ANNUAL SALARY RANGE:
$29,000 - $39,000
CNA training was developed to prepare you to deliver the level of care your patients will need. The in-class, or theory, the component of our CNA training program will help you understand and learn how to provide proper patient care. This component includes lectures and hands-on, in-class practice.
After successfully completing your in-class work, you’ll begin your clinical work – which allows you to, under the guidance of a licensed nurse, work directly with patients in a healthcare facility.
CNA TRAINING CURRICULUM
Although your interests may be vast and varied, our Certified Nurse Assistant training program can help you develop skills that are applicable to a wide range of healthcare environments. This way, you can build a foundation of information and good habits before you specialize or choose to further your career with additional training. Currently, the SMG School of Healthcare CNA program includes instruction on:
CPR, First Aid, and AED usage
Taking vital signs
The range of motion exercises
Becoming a valuable and adaptable employee
Communication, teamwork and diversity skills for the workplace
The art of caregiving
Special care instructions
Transitioning from student to employee
Be at least 16 years of age
A driver's license, state ID or birth certificate for proof of age
A copy of your diploma or GED if applicable
A copy of your health screening or physical, including proof of TB test
CNA SALARY PER HOUR
As an entry-level position, CNA jobs may pay employees an hourly wage. For aspiring nursing assistants who are wondering about average hourly rates, the BLS reports a median hourly wage for nursing assistants of $15.72 nationwide. According to the BLS, nursing assistants can expect to make between $16 and $21.02 per hour in Indiana, depending on the facility. Travel CNA could make up to $30.00/hr
TYPE OF EMPLOYER
Certified nursing assistants may work in a variety of job settings providing basic patient care such as feeding, dressing and bathing patients, helping with activities of daily life and taking vital signs. They may find jobs in government organizations such as the Department of Veteran Affairs and local departments of health, hospitals, travel assignments, nursing care facilities, home health organizations, and retirement and assisted living communities for the elderly.
In general, jobs in larger cities and more populated areas tend to offer higher salaries than smaller towns and rural areas to compensate for higher costs of living. However, in some cases, if there is a high demand for nurses in a more remote area, salaries will increase to attract new employees.
Open Enrollment Begins January, 2023
Class Begins Every 8 weeks. Click the session of your choice below.
· Week of March 20, 2023 – April 28, 2023, CNA Day/Evening Class
· Week of May 9, 2023 – June 16, 2023, CNA Day/Evening Class
· Week of July 3, 2023 – August 11, 2023, 2023 CNA, Day/Evening Class
· Week of August 28, 2023 – October 6, 2023, CNA, Day/Evening Class
· Week of October 23, 2023 – December 1, 2023, CNA, Day/Evening Class
· Week of January 8, 2024 – February 16, 2024, CNA, Day/Evening Class
Course Length: 6 Weeks
2 Class Options:
Tuesday and Thursday (Full 6 weeks)
Clinical Rotations Additionally on Wednesday and Friday (Last 3 weeks)
Program Cost: $1250.00
Tuition covers: Supplies, CPR training, technology fees and lab fees.
Payment plan option available. A $500 deposit required one week prior to orientation.
CALL US TODAY AND ASK ABOUT OUR REFERRAL BONUS, GRANTS, and PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS!