Rockford, IL CNA Classes

Schools located in Rockford, Illinois that offer nursing assistant training are listed in detail below. Call a training facility from the list to get info about certification requirements, tuition rates, class schedules, and school curriculum. If you know of other listings that are available in the city, please let us know and we will add them to the page.

Rockford Business College
730 North Church St.,
Rockford, IL 61103
(815) 965-8616

Rock Valley College
3301 North Mulford Road,
Rockford, IL 61114
(815) 921-7821

Rockford Public Schools
201 South Madison St,
Rockford, IL 61104
(815) 966-3101

To become a nursing assistant in this state, you must be able to complete a CNA training program. These programs should be approved by the state to ensure that you will be able to take the exams after you finish your training. You can locate these programs all over the entire state of Illinois. You can also find that the programs are offered by different institutions like colleges, nursing homes, healthcare centers, and even community training centers.

african-american-medical-instructorsAccording to the state rules, the minimum age for becoming a nursing assistant is 16 years old. Aside from the completion of a training course, you can also become eligible for the exams by enrolling in a nursing course. All you need is to cover the Fundamentals of nursing during your stay and have at least 40 hours of clinical experience.

Taking the license exams is one of the final steps in becoming a nursing assistant. One of the most important requirements when applying for the exams is passing the background checks. These background checks for criminal records and done at federal and state levels. Having records like negligence or patient abuse can greatly affect your application. You will not be allowed to proceed and take the exams if you fail to pass the checks. Illinois also accepts those who have taken CNA classes in another state to apply for reciprocity. Those who attended nursing training in the military or college courses may also qualify to take the exam. The nursing assistant certification exam is made up of two parts, a manual skills component and a written competency test.

This mid-sized city is the county seat of Winnebago County. It is located on the banks of Rock River. This is city is sometimes called as “The Forest City”. The earliest settlers that came to the area around 1834. They were Lewis Lemon, Thatcher Blake, and Germanicus Kent. They came from Galena. According to the census of 2010, their total population was around 152,871 people. The city has a total area of approximately 56.7 sq miles, and has a population density of 2,680.4 / sq mile.

The Swedish American Hospital, Rockford Health System, and OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center are three of the biggest employers in the city. Other health care centers that you can find in the area include Advanced Reproductive Center, Crusader Community Health, Cevene Care Clinic, Cevene Care Clinic, Forest City Diagnostic Imaging, University of Illinois Psychiatric Services, Rockford Area Pregnancy Care Center, and Rockford Health Physicians Convenient Care. photo attribution: usdagov