Certified Nurses Aid

Bitterroot College Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) program is a Workforce Training program which does not require college admission. This program teaches students the information and skills needed to work as nurse aides in a variety of health care venues including long-term, home health care, hospice care, and acute care settings. Program prepares students to take the Montana Certified Nurse Aide licensing exam. Bitterroot College Certified Nurse Aide program provides 54 hours of classroom (didactic) instruction and 48 hours of clinical experience.

16 to 18 years of age (high school or home school student)

Public or state-accredited private high school student: Recommendation letter from high school counselor or appropriate academic administrator

Home school student: Qualifying TABE scores and interview with CNA Program Coordinator – to schedule an interview, call (406) 375-0100 or email danyell.wolff@mso.umt.edu

18 years of age or over

High school diploma, high school equivalency diploma (GED or HiSET), OR qualifying Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) scores

TABE is available free of charge via Literacy Bitterroot. Contact Literacy Bitterroot at (406) 363-2900 or abc123@montana.com for more information and/or to schedule TABE

Industry: Healthcare

💲 Cost of course: $1,790

Training Providers: Bitterroot College

Course Delivery Mode: In-Person

Location: Bitterroot College 103 S. 9th St. Hamilton, MT. 59840

Contact person: Danyell Wolff

Contact email: mailto:danyell.wolff@mso.umt.edu

📞 Contact phone: 406-375-0100

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