Free CNA Training Available in Madison County

The job Corps managed by the United States department of labor is offering free CNA training in the city of Oneida. The training is free of cost and includes other careers as well. Some of the other training programs provided include Security guard training, construction, culinary arts and more.

There is no minimum requirement and students who wish to apply need not have a GED or high school diploma. You can complete your GED for free at the facility in conjunction with any other training you may take.

The interviews will take place On Wednesday October 20th at Working Solutions, 1006 Oneida Plaza Drive, Oneida.

To find out if you’re eligible for the program, please contact the following number: (315) 478-5529 ext. 103

If you’re not in Madison County and still want to receive free CNA training, check out our state specific pages on the right navigation bar. You can also see our page on Free CNA training by state.

As with the Job Corps in NY, it is common for Job corps of each state to offer free training in an attempt to reduce unemployment. You can check out a list of Job Corps by state.

If you want help with locating a free CNA training program in your state, contact us using the contact link at the top and we’ll try to look for a Free program for you. We understand how the situation is at the moment with regard to employment and the just ended recession and we’re trying our best to help.

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If you know of a free program available, use the contact button at the top to let us know. We’ll publicize it on our website which will help alot of people get free CNA training and improve their lives.

Update: (You’ll see a comment by a Job Corps rep below which states that the training IS NOT in Oneida. We’re sorry for misleading you. We misinterpreted our source)

For further information on the different campuses in NY, go to http://www.recruiting.jobcorps.gov or attend an Orientation. Call (315) 478-5529 for information on an Orientation in your area.

6 Responses to Free CNA Training Available in Madison County

  1. Erin October 6, 2010 at 4:45 pm #

    Hi! I am looking for free CNA training. I was misled by the information on this site thinking that the Oneida Working Solutions site was having courses. I would like to get into to the Oneida ECF classes and get on my way to helping people get better.

    • Admin October 6, 2010 at 8:52 pm #

      Hi Erin,
      Yeah, the interviews are in Oneida. Our source is from here: http://www.madisoncountycourier.com/oneida-new-york/job-corps-training-offered-18783/
      I’m sorry if we misled you in any way.. but from what I’ve researched the interviews are in Oneida and you can get more information by calling the number above. We can’t follow up with each training program so we sometimes post news as we receive them.

  2. Diana Fowler October 19, 2010 at 4:58 pm #

    Job Corps Orientations and Interviews take in Madison County (and most other counties in NY). However, the training is NOT in the city of Oneida. This is a misprint. Students actually live and learn on a Job Corps campus. Training, education, housing, meals, and more are provided (no cost to eligible students!). For further information on the different campuses in NY, go to http://www.recruiting.jobcorps.gov or attend an Orientation. Call (315) 478-5529 for information on an Orientation in your area.

    • Admin October 19, 2010 at 5:00 pm #

      Thank you Diana for the clarification.

  3. Amanda November 9, 2010 at 2:09 am #

    Hi, I am intrested insomething that was told to me by my current supervisior. Right not I work as a PCA (Personal Care Aide) I work with people in their homes. When I was training for this job the lady teaching the class, who is now my supervisor told me that I would be able to test out of the CNA class meaning I would not have to take the class just the final exam. I was wondering if you had any idea about this or what I should do about finding out if this is true or not? Thank you!

    • Admin November 11, 2010 at 6:19 pm #

      Hi Amanda, from what I’m aware of you do need to complete training at an accredited training school to be eligible for the exam. You can’t bypass the training part regardless of experience.

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