313-551-5815 or TEXTUS Mobil 313-551-9169 If Voice mail, Please Leave Message we will call you Back!! PAYMENT PLAN,$100 to hold your seat in class, at least one week before class. The remaining $475.00 is due the first day of class. WE ACCEPT CASH, MONEY ORDER, CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS, AND CHECKS. $30.00 FEE IF CHECK BOUNCE!!
CNA CLASS SCHEDULE DAY CLASS: Monday - Friday 8am-4pm, Clinicals 7am-3:30pm for 10 days. Monday - Friday 5PM to 10pm Evening class for 16 days. Certified by the State of Michigan click HERE for school information. ClickHERE for State of Michigan Background check. You must use debit/credit card for this site $10.00. If you do not have debit/credit card or computer access; bring $10.00 to school, one week before class, we will run it for you. For $15.00 you can get TB test 24 hours a day MidWest Health System 313-581-6009. Click
for $10.00 Wayne County TB testing. TEXT BOOKS, THEORY CLASS, LAB, CLINICAL ROTATION, AND MUCH MORE! Student will pay for back ground check $10.00 via ICHAT and TB testing $10.00 Wayne County or Free in Oakland County. We would like TB test and finger print done before first day of class. Remember TB test is a 2 step process.
APRIL 16, 2012 MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8AM TO 4PM, APRIL 30 DAY 8AM TO 4PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY, MAY 14 DAY 8AM TO 4PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY MAY 28 EVE 4 TO 10 FOR 13 DAYS.
Special Note on Funding:
If you are not employed, or do not have an offer to be employed as a nurse aide when you start a training program, but become employed by or receive an offer of employment from a federally certified nursing care facility no later than 12 months after completing a nurse aide training and competency evaluation program, the state must provide for the reimbursement of costs incurred in completing the program. This reimbursement will be prorated during the period in which you are employed as a nurse aide. You will apply for this reimbursement through your nursing facility employer who will require proof that you paid for your training and testing. Click HERE for more information.
Call to make an appointment to register for class Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. $100 deposit is required to hold your seat.4611 Allen Road, Allen Park, MI 48101 313-551-5815 On Allen Road between Southfield and Outer Drive with 2 pink flower pots in front, across from Maple Heights Senior Building. Down the Block from Thunder Bowel. Next to Sylvia Sub Shop!! MAP QUEST PLEASE!! CHECK SITE WEEKLY FOR UPDATES. HURRY CLASSES ARE FILLING UP!!!!
When you successfully complete this course you will be able to take the State Certification Exam, AT YOUR OWN EXPENSE!! Click HERE.
How do I know if CNA is right for me? To be a CNA you need to enjoy working with people. Having good communication skills, compassion, respect, and caring are central to the CNA role. What are employer requirements for CNA jobs? The first and most important requirement for obtaining employment as a certified nurse aide is showing proof of certification in the state where you seek employment. As a nurse aide your name needs to appear on the state Nurse Aide Registry. Employers also request that you are able to read, write, and speak English as well as follow given instructions and facility protocols. What will I learn in a CNA course? In a typically nurse aide class you will learn theoretical concepts and practical skills. Classroom instruction will focus on grasping theory while laboratory and clinical practice will give you the hands-on experience. What do I need in order to enroll in a CNA course? We do not require you to have a High School Diploma or GED. In order to be admitted into the nurse aide program you must be able to speak, read, and write in English. A valid Social Security Card, Drivers License, State ID is required for CNA certification. Must pass background check, finger print, and a current TB.
CLASS SCHEDULE COMING SOON! CLASSES TO START IN APRIL!
Phlebotomy is the act of drawing blood. It can be achieved by either skin puncture, such as a finger stick, or by venipuncture which is inserting a needle into a vein. The Phlebotomist has a crucial role in the well being of their patients.
Our Phlebotomy program is divided into 2 sections, classroom lecture and laboratory time followed by a clinical practice. The student will become knowledgable in the theory, history, and instruction on how to safely perform venipunctures. In the laboratory setting students will be educated on all equipment found at the facility. When the student is ready and comfortable with the technique of drawing blood they will assist in actual patient testing! This is achieved during an externship.
APRIL 30, 2012 EVENING CLASS 5PM TO 10PM MONDAY TO THURSDAY FOR 12 AND 1/2 DAYS 3WEEKS, MAY 28, 2012 DAY 9AM TO 2PM