CNA PROGRAM, PHLEBOTOMY
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
The CNA training program is for individuals who want to be employed as a licensed nursing assistant in Rhode Island. This Rhode Island Department of Health-approved course trains students to provide personal healthcare assistance in home or healthcare settings. The goal of this program is to educate our students in the importance of compassionate care.
Path to Become a Certified Nursing Assistant
- Visit the school to obtain the course information
- Complete the CNA course application
- Immunization form that must be completed by your health care provider
- Information on obtaining a Bureau of Criminal Identification(BCI) from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office located at
Attorney General Julius C. Michaelson Customer Service Center
4 Howard Avenue (corner of Pontiac Ave. and Howard Ave.)
Cranston, RI 02920
Evely Pinto De Duran
Program coordinator, CNA Certified Instructor, Phlebotomy Instructor, American Heart Association BLS instructor.
Book An Appointment
Call: (401) 919-5532
Monday – Friday 9am-9pm.