Welcome to Your Path in Healthcare

As a crucial part of the healthcare team, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) play a vital role in patient care. Our online CNA training course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in this rewarding profession.

Course Overview


  • To provide comprehensive knowledge of basic nursing principles.
  • To develop skills necessary for providing high-quality care to patients.
  • To prepare students for the CNA certification exam.


  • Total Course Length: 12 weeks.
  • Weekly Time Commitment: Approximately 15-20 hours.


  • Understanding of fundamental nursing concepts and practices.
  • Proficiency in essential clinical skills required for CNAs.
  • Eligibility to sit for the CNA certification exam upon course completion.

Introduction to the Nursing Profession

Roles and Responsibilities of a CNA:

  • Direct Patient Care: Assist with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, and eating.
  • Vital Signs Monitoring: Record patients’ temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration.
  • Infection Control: Adhere to infection control protocols to ensure a safe environment.
  • Communication: Serve as a liaison between patients and nurses, relaying critical information.

Career Paths for CNAs:

  • Hospitals and Clinics: Provide care under the supervision of nursing staff.
  • Long-Term Care Facilities: Work with elderly or chronically ill patients.
  • Home Health Care: Assist patients in their homes, offering personalized care.
  • Specialized Areas: Opportunities to specialize in areas such as pediatrics, geriatrics, or rehabilitation.

Why Choose Our Online CNA Training Course?

  • Flexibility: Learn at your own pace with our user-friendly online platform.
  • Expert Instruction: Gain knowledge from experienced nursing professionals.
  • Interactive Learning: Engage with interactive modules, video tutorials, and virtual simulations.
  • Support and Guidance: Access to instructors and peer forums for continuous support.
  • Career Preparation: Resources and guidance to kickstart your career post-certification.

Continue to Section 1: Introduction to the Nursing Profession: Roles, responsibilities, and career paths for CNAs.