Nurse Assistant Training Program - (pre-certification for CNA)
Class #: SB-32
This class is 60 hours of Theory Lecture
and 100 hours of Clinical at a Skilled Nursing Facility.
Lecture: In-person lecture
Additional Lab Address: 225 West Hospitality Lane #301 San Bernardino, CA 92408
Clinical Site: TBA
*clinical location depends on the availability
Class Dates: January 2, 2024 - January 31, 2024 (1/2/24-1/31/24)
Theory: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
Clinical: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
Payment Plan Schedule
Deadline: Physical and TB Test: 11/09/23
*COVID Vaccine is required for all healthcare providers and students unless medically/ religious exempt. Read more about the mandate here.
Orientation: 10/09/23 Students are required to come to one of our locations by appointment for a short orientation and fingerprinting.
Can't make it to orientation? - Contact us to schedule an appointment. 213-444-8997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- 160 hours of CNA training
- Criminal background check
- Live Scan Fingerprinting
- Education and Career Counseling
- Nurse Assistant Textbook (Ebook)
- Practice Tests
- Job Fair/ Job Assistance
- Navy Blue Scrubs, White (or mostly white) Athletic Shoes, Watch with a secondhand
- Physical, TB Test
Students must have a way to access Zoom.us (desktop, laptop, or tablet with a camera) and have reliable internet for this class. If you have questions if your device will work, contact us via chat, email or phone.
Need a tablet? Borrow a tablet from us
During checkout, you will be agreeing and authorizing the following:
please read carefully, and fill out the forms accordingly.
After Registering: Go to your Account > Registration tab > Find all documents you can download and print or use to upload your files. or click here to take you there directly
SB-32r: San Bernardino - Fast Track-1/2/24-1/31/24 (7am - 3:30pm) CNA
What is a CNA?
A certified nursing assistant, or CNA, helps patients with activities of daily living and other healthcare needs under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN). CNA’s are also commonly referred to as a Nursing Assistant, Patient Care Assistant (PCA), or a Nurse’s Aid.
Some individuals will use their knowledge as a CNA to bridge the gap to further their career and become an LVN or RN.
Registration and Payments
Pay in Full - Get $100 off the total tuition. Total Cost: $1600
Registration only - Pay $250 now to reserve your seat and activate the payment plan. This fee is non-refundable. Pay the rest of the balance before the start of the lecture and before the start of clinical. See the payment plan schedule under the class description. Total Cost: $1700
Payment 1 (first half of the balance): $725
Payment 2 (second half of the balance): $725
The $250 registration fee is included in all plans and is non-refundable.
If you chose a payment plan, half, or registration only - please see the payment schedule under the class description on the left.
All payments must be made by the payment due dates or it will result in a drop from the program, and all paid fees will be forfeited.
* An invoice for the remainder of the balance will be sent to your email after registration.
Important COVID-19 Information
Read the full guide: https://www.laskillsacademy.com/covid-19-guide
As of Sept 30, 2021 – Proof of Complete COVID Vaccination is required for all Healthcare Personnel, including student and trainees, unless exempt.
Exempt for Religious and Medical reasons must submit an exempt document.
Download the exempt forms here: https://www.laskillsacademy.com/covid-19-guide
Clinical Sites may or may not accept exempt to vaccines.
If you have any questions about your site. Please call the student support at 213-444-8997 ext 2
The ordinance: This AFL notifies all facilities of the August 5, 2021, Public Health Order related to mandatory vaccination for health care workers in identified healthcare settings. This AFL requires HCP to receive COVID-19 vaccination. HCP must ensure they have received either the first dose of a one-dose regimen or their second dose of a two-dose regimen no later than September 30, 2021, unless exempt
Testing: There is a mandatory requirement for testing once a week for vaccinated individuals
And 2x per week for unvaccinated/ exempt. You can find free testing sites in your county testing website or you may go to your Primary care physician or insurance testing sites. You do not need insurance to get tested or vaccinated. (applies for lab, clinical and in-person theory)