CNAs work under the supervision of a nurse or other licensed healthcare provider. They work in a hospital setting, home health setting, long term care facility, surgery centers, physical rehabilitation centers and in clients homes.
CNA's are sometimes called PCT's (Patient Care Technicians.) In order to work as a CNA or PCT in Texas, you are required to be a licensed Nurse Aide.
CMA classes teach students the basic techniques and safety procedures for medication administration.
Students will learn the classifications and side effects of drugs used in an elder care setting. Program coming soon in Fall 2021....
CNA's enjoy a steady income, vast job opportunities, flexible work schedules, more days off, career growth, respected and rewarding work. CNAs use their work hours to apply to Nursing School, Physician Assistant school and other healthcare degree programs.
CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE
REASONS TO BECOME A NURSE AIDE
This course will prepare students to obtain a Texas CNA license and work in a variety of healthcare settings. Our Program is Approved by the Department of Aging and Disability Services.
Please save the application form to your computer and fill in the required information. You will then email your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once your application is received, you will receive a response letting you know that you have been tentatively enrolled in the CNA program on your desired start date, pending payment.
We advise online applicants to call the admissions office at 469-312-8885 to pay $100 to hold your spot for the date that you desire as walk- in students do fill up the classes quickly.