CNA Program

Certified nursing assistant (CNA) is a person who assists patients with healthcare needs and cares for a patient who is ill or recovering from a surgery or disease. CNA’s duties are assigned by a registered professional nurse. Sometime they provide service on activities of daily living, bedside care, including basic nursing procedures under the supervision of a registered nurse.

A CNA is a person who has successfully completed a training program or course with a curriculum prescribed by the state in which s/he resides. Classes for CNA are conducted by a nurse or certified instructor in an educational facility or nursing home. Upon completion of classes, a certificate will be awarded. Later upon qualifying the state certification exam they become CNA.

Here's information about CNA classes in the state of Michigan

For current schedule information please contact the office of the Huron Area Technical Center, 989-269-9284.