CNA Classes in Orlando, FL

The CNA Classes in Orlando, FL that are open for enrollment at this time are all listed on this page. Included in the list are some of the health care facility nurse aide training programs that are also offered there. Call one of the schools from the list below to get details about signing up for instruction, certification requirements, and class schedules in the city.

American Red Cross
5 North Bumby Ave.,
Orlando, Florida 32803
(407) 894-4141

Center For Professional Training And Development
1122 West Church Street
Orlando, FL 32805

Concorde Career Insitute
3444 Mccrory Place
Orlando, FL 32803

Cypress Creek High School Medical Academy
1101 Bear Crossing Drive
Orlando, FL 32824

Duval Training Institute
5744 Old Cheney Highway
Orlando, FL 32807

Florida Healthcare Academy
5804-B Lake Underhill Rd
Orlando, FL 32807
407-275-5880 ı

Matrix Educational Center
2120 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32804

Orlando Academy School Of Health Professionals
1650 Sand Lake Road Suite 115
Orlando, FL 32809

Orlando Tech
301 W. Amelia St.
Orlando, FL 32801

Westminster Services
80 West Lucerne Circle,
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 649-8487

William R. Boone High School Health Care Academy
2000 South Mills Avenue,
Orlando, Florida 32806
(407) 893-7200

There are different ways for you to become a nursing assistant in the state of Florida. The regular and common ways means that you must undergo training in a state-approved CAN training program and take on the license exams afterwards. The programs in this state can be completed within a matter 6 months, depending on the program you select. You can find that these programs are being offered by colleges, nursing homes and other institutions.

college-girl-reading-bookTo complete your training and graduate from the program, you must have at least 75 hours of classroom lectures about the Fundamentals of Nursing and 100 hours of skills training on the different nursing skills that you will use in taking care of the patients. Another important requirement to be able to take the license exams is passing the background checks. These checks for criminal records are done in order to protect the interest of the residents/patients.

Once you are approved to take the license exams, you will then have to take on the different tests. The first part of the exams is the written examination. You will be given 90 minutes to answer all the 60 multiple-choice questions. These questions will be based on three main domains which are about the promotion of safety, the roles of the nursing assistant, and the promotion of function and health of the patient. The second portion is the skills demonstration. You have to perform 5 different nursing procedures in the given scenario. There will be a nurse aide evaluator who will see if you have performed the different checkpoints for each procedure. There are some cases where the evaluator will also play a part in the scene as either a physician or a patient. To pass this part, you must be able to perform all the procedures satisfactorily. Call the Florida Nursing Assistant Registry at (850) 245-4125 to get more information about passing the certification exam and current state registry requirements.

This city is the county seat of Orange County. It is a part of the Greater Orlando metropolitan area. This city is considered to be the 79th largest city in the country. It was nicknamed “The City Beautiful”. According to the census of 2010, their total population had reached up to 238,300 people. It has a total area of approximately 101.0 sq miles and has a population density of 2,359.4/sq mile.

Major hospitals that you can find serving this city include Orlando Regional Medical Center, Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies and Florida Hospital Orlando. Other health care centers that you can find in the city include Long Family Chiropractic, Woodbury Family Dentistry, Orlando Institute Of Electrolysis Inc., and many more. photo attribution: cristiano_betta