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FAQ
Who can take this CNA class?
How long  does it take to complete the CNA class?
What is the total cost of taking this CNA class?
What happens if I cannot complete the CNA class?
Is my Kentucky CNA license recognized by other states?


Who can take this CNA class?
The class is open to anyone age 17 or older who has completed high school or who holds  a GED.  The state of Kentucky requires that students pass a criminal background check, drug screen and TB skin test.  We require students to pass a basic physical exam to determine if they are able to perform the duties of a Nurse Aide (bending, twisting, lifting, etc)

How long  does it take to complete the class?
Day classes take two weeks to complete.  The first week, we meet Monday - Friday for regular classroom instruction.  The second week we meet Monday – Wednesday for regular classroom instruction and use Thursday for practice and review if students wish.  Clinicals are currently scheduled for Saturday and Sunday of the second week. (This is subject to change due to availability of clinical facility)  Night and week-end classes will take four to six weeks to complete – details and schedule available upon request.

What is the total cost of taking this CNA class?
Registration is $50 and tuition is $525.  In addition students will pay $12 for a TB skin test and $15 for insurance to cover their clinical experience.  Students will receive a uniform Scrub top at no additional charge but must buy their own scrub pants (black) and must wear black shoes during clinical.  You will need to purchase your own stethoscope.

What happens if I cannot complete the CNA class?
If you cannot complete the class, you may re-register for a future class (provide space is available) for just the cost of re-registration  ($50)

Is my Kentucky CNA license recognized by other states?
Each state is different.  If you plan to work in a state other than Kentucky, you need to check with the state where you plan to work about their reciprocity agreement with Kentucky