Will Our CNA Program Work with Your Schedule?

Many people struggle to balance their work life with school. While some institutions fail to understand this simple fact, we at California Career Institute have your back.

We take a different approach when it comes to balancing work, home, and school life for our students.

In the simplest terms, CCI’s certified nursing program (CNA) spans just three days a week for 7-weeks.

For people working part-time jobs, struggling to find the hours to study, this is a great opportunity to develop, learn, and grow as a CNA.

During our program, you’ll also enjoy benefits not offered by most schools.

  • Small Class Sizes
  • Accessible Location
  • Hands-On Experience
  • Licensed Instructors with Professional Experience
  • Course Length 7 Weeks

Certified nursing assistant classes are available for students to advance in a hands-on environment, under the eyes of caring and professional nurses to give you the best environment to learn about your new career path.

The certified nursing assistant program also offers the most advanced simulations for you to grow in a safe and nurturing environment as you learn.

Understanding the needs of our certified nursing assistant students is an important element of the core philosophy at CCI. That’s why our team is always available to answer any question or concern you may have.

Upon successful completion of California Career Institute’s CNA program, students will qualify to take the State Competency Test to be a Certified Nursing Assistant.

You can contact a CCI admissions professional by calling the number provided or filling out the contact form to the right of your screen.

Our staff will respond to your request as soon as possible and provide you with all the information you need. Visit one of CCI’s campuses or call our admissions professionals to inquire about the COURSE REQUIREMENTS.

Join the team of over a million registered nursing assistants today!


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