CNA Training in Colorado

The average starting salary for a certified nursing assistant in Boulder, Colorado is $26,000 per year.  Working as a CNA in Colorado can serve as a starting point for nurses who were educated in other countries or other parts of the US.  In order to become a CNA if you are a foreign educated nurse, you will need to take and pass the certification exam for nursing assistants in Colorado.  You will also need to prove that you completed at least five credits in nursing fundamental courses. Find an accredited school from the reviews we have below. This can be proven by contacting the nursing school or nursing department where you received your training and asking for an official transcript to be sent to the Board of Nursing in Colorado.

Featured CNA Training Classes in Colorado

Front Range Community College Nurse Aide Training Program – Westminster
3645 West 112th Ave., Westminster, Colorado 80031
Front Range Community College is the largest community college in Colorado. It started in 1968 after the Colorado state legislature created a state board if community colleges. Today, the school serves over 25,000 students and has three campuses. The CNA program is an expedited curriculum and can be finished in as quick as three weeks. The CNA program also boasts an outstanding 93% graduation rate, which is an indication of the quality of both the instructors and the program.

Stillwater Institute CNA Training Program – Lakewood
1455 Ammons Suite G2, Lakewood, CO 80214
The Stillwater Institute offers classes in both Lakewood and Denver, CO. The CNA program has been in operation for two years. The flexible training program lasts 5 to 8 weeks, and classes can be taken either in the morning or evening.Students also have the option of attending part-time or full-time. At the conclusion of the training program, students are eligible to sit for the CNA certification test in Colorado.

South Denver School of Nursing Arts CNA Training Program – Centennial
7853 E. Arapahoe Court, Suite 3300, Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 945-4203
South Denver School of Nursing Arts is a specialized school that caters to nursing aide training programs. The school offers the luxury of having very small class sizes of 10 or less students, which gives future CNAs the opportunity to benefit from more frequent one-on-one attention from the instructor. The CNA program offers a combination of classroom curriculum and laboratory clinical skills. Students must pass 104 hours of instruction to graduate, and 24 of those hours must come from a clinical laboratory setting. Their admission requirements include having a GED or a high school diploma. You will also need to pass a TB screen test and a short entrance exam. One of the advantages of doing your training there is that the exam is conducted at the same facility.

Miriam Education Resource (MERC) – Aurora
1901 Peoria #105, Aurora, CO 80010

Villas at Sunny Acres CNA Program – Thornton
2501 East 104th Ave., Thornton, Colorado 80233

Westminster High School Health Studies CNA Course
4276 West 68th Ave., Westminster, CO, 80030

Shalom Park Nurse Assistant Course – Aurora
14800 East Belleview Dr., Aurora, Colorado 80015

Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital Nurse Aide Training – Aurora
900 Potomac Street, Aurora, CO 80011

Southeast Colorado Hospital and Long Term Care Center – Springfield
373 East 10th Street, Springfield, Colorado 81073

Front Range Community College Nurse Assistant Course – Longmont
2255 North Main St. Ste 118, Longmont, CO 80501

Life Care Center of Longmont
2451 Pratt St., Longmont, Colorado 80501

Delta Montrose Technical College
1765 US Hwy 50, Delta, Colorado 81416

Delta Montrose Technical College Med Prep CNA Course
1765 US Hwy 50, Delta, CO 81416

Golden Harmony Home Health Nursing Assistant Course – Denver
12075 East 45th Ave. #220, Denver, CO 80239

National American University – Denver
1325 South Colorado Blvd, Ste 100, Denver, Colorado 80222

St. Lukes Ministry Nurse Aide Program – Denver
915 East 9th Ave., Denver, CO 80218

Pikes Peak Community College Area Vocational Program – Colorado Springs
5675 South Academy Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Pikes Peak Community College CNA Training Course – Falcon
9755 Towner Ave., Falcon, Colorado 80831

TSOC Nurse Aide Training Program – Colorado Springs
7222 Commerce Center Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Warren Tech Nurse Aide Training – Lakewood
13300 West 2nd Place, Lakewood, Colorado 80228

Devonshire Acres Ltd. Nursing Aide Program – Sterling
1330 North Sidney Ave., Sterling, Colorado 80751

Northeastern Junior College Adult Program C.N.A. Training Class – Sterling
100 College Dr., Sterling, CO 80751

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Did you know we have a free study guide? Click on the link on the right to access it! Here’s a sneak peak:

Why is it important to allow natural light into a patient’s room?

A. to help residents feel rested
B. to help residents relax
C. to help prevent falls
D. all of the above

Answer: D- See Section 1 of the CNA Study Guide (Noise and Lighting).

Natural sunlight during the day can help residents feel more rested, especially in the morning hours. Sunlight also has a natural calming effect and helps regulate our body’s clock, known as the circadian rhythm, which measures our 24-hour sleep cycle.

Good lighting is crucial in helping residents not to fall. Nursing home residents often have eye problems, such as cataracts or macular degeneration, which prevents light from entering their eyes. If they cannot see due to bad lighting, the chance of falls significantly increases.

Sometimes, just having rays of sunshine beaming through the window can lift a patient’s spirits. By taking the time to open the patient’s curtains, you may be unknowingly lifting their spirits. Even if they are physically unable to go outside, many residents enjoy looking out the window. Something that we may take for granted, like a cloud moving in the sky, or a bird flapping its wings in flight are simple pleasures that can go a long way in a nursing home.

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