The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) program provides an introduction to basic nursing skills with supportive theory and clinical experiences. Nurse aide skills are taught in the classroom and laboratory, with clinical experience being provided through PTC lab and long term care settings. This course is approved by the OSDH-Nurse Aide Registry and meets all requirements for testing to become a CNA in Oklahoma. Class includes 75 hours of theory, lab, and clinical.FLEX-TRACK means there is no set class start date. You will be required to sign an education contract and schedule stating that you will attend a minimum of 8 hours per week. If you go over a month for the program- you will be charged $149 per month until course completion. Prerequisites are required prior to enrollment. The classroom will be open from 8:00am-4:00pm. Students will be required to clock in and clock out. Clinicals are usually on Fridays.
CALL 580.310.2248 FOR SPECIFIC GUIDELINES OR STOP BY BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SERVICES TO PICK UP A HEALTH REQUIREMENTS CHECKLIST.Requirements for CNA and CMA (FLEX):- BIS Enrollment Form- Valid Drivers License or Government issued photo ID- Social Security Card (Original card required)- High School Diploma, GED, or college transcript (TABE-CNA only)- Background Check (O.S.B.I.- required within past 6 months)- TB Skin Test-1 required (within 6 months of date of class, chest x-ray required if positive result)