CNA Training in Delaware

The state of Delaware works hard to ensure that all certified nursing assistants are well trained and ready to provide the best possible nursing assistant care to their patients.  The federal government says that nursing assistants must receive at least 75 hours of training in order to become a CNA.  Delaware sets much higher standards by requiring state approved training courses to offer 150 hours of training for nursing assistant students.  The hours must include 75 classroom hours and 75 clinical hours.  Delaware also makes it possible for nursing assistants who have been employed for at least three years to advance in their nursing assistant career. Find an accredited school from the reviews we have below.

Featured CNA Training Classes in Delaware

Dawn Training Center CNA Course – Wilmington
3700 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805
The CNA program at Dawn is very comprehensive and provides you with six credit hours if you wish to further your nursing career at Wilmington University. (the credits have been assessed according to the standards for that university only). You can also receive financial aid from the various federal and state programs that Dawn participates in. One of them is part of the Veterans Administration benefits program.

Delaware Technical Community College Nursing Assistant Classes – Wilmington Campus
333 Shipley Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Delaware Technical Community College has campuses located in four Delaware cities – Dover, Georgetown, Stanton, and Wilmington. The school began in 1966 and was created by the Delaware General Assembly. The nursing aide training course is available at all locations.The CNA program at both institutions requires students to pass 36 credit hours.  At the conclusion of the program, students are eligible to sit for the CNA certification in Delaware. The cost of the CNA program is about $2,000.

Delaware Skill Center Nurse Aide program – Wilmington
13th and Clifford Brown Walk, Wilmington, DE 19801
The Delaware Skill Center nursing aide program is quite lengthy. It includes 263 hours of training of which 98 are spent at a healthcare facility for clinicals. You must be at least 18 years old and have a GED or a high school diploma to take part in the training. You must also consent to a background check and pass a TB check. They only have one class session which starts early in the morning till Mid day. There are no evening classes.

Poly Tech Adult Education Nurse Aide Training – Woodside
823 Walnut Shade Road, Woodside, Delaware 19980
Polytech Adult Education has provided vocational training to students in Delaware for over 40 years. The 68,000 square foot facility is equipped with high-tech labs, classrooms, an auditorium, and an on-campus restaurant. More than 5000 students enroll at the school every year. Student enrolled in the CNA program must take 184 hours of instruction, which includes a combination of both classroom and clinical hours. The total cost for the program is $1,899.

Sussex Tech Adult Education Division Certified Nursing Assistant Course- Georgetown
17099 County Seat Highway, Georgetown, Delaware 19947
Sussex Tech have two types of CNA classes. The first one is a basic certificate program that lasts for 150 hours(just emeting the Delaware requirements). They also have an enhanced program that incorporates extra classes for Phlebotomy, ECG and dementia care. It runs for over 200 hours.  The certificate class costs $2100 while the enhanced classes cost $3249. Both programs are eligible for the governers higher Ed grant for Delaware. Check with their office for more details on this grant and if you qualify.

Sussex Technical High School – Georgetown
P.O. Box 351, Georgetown, DE 19947
SussexTechnicalHigh School offers ninth-grade students the opportunity to explore several technical programs. The school offers two separate CNA programs.  Students in the basic program take 150 hours of instruction. This program costs $2,225, and successful graduates are eligible to sit for the CNA certification exam. The enhanced program is more than 200 hours, which incorporates added classes, such as dementia care, phlebotomy, and EKG techniques. The cost of this program is $3,375.

Camtech, Inc. Nurse Aide Training – Newport
240 North James Street, Newport, DE 19804

Elite School of Nursing, LLC. Prestbury Square Building – Newark
15 Chestnut Hill Road, Newark, Delaware 19713

Hodgson Vocational Technical High School – Newark
2575 Glasgow Avenue, Newark, Delaware 19702

Howard High School of Technology Nursing Class- Wilmington
401 East 12th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

Delaware Technical Community College – Terry Campus
100 Campus Drive, Dover, DE 19901

Hands Medical Healthcare Services, Inc. C.N.A. Class – Smyrna
230 North Union Street, Smyrna, DE 19977

Poly Tech High School Nursing Assistant Classes – Woodside
P.O. Box 97, Woodside, DE 19980

Courtland Manor Nursing Aide Program – Dover
889 South Little Creek Road, Dover, Delaware 19901

Camtech, Inc. – Seaford
563 North Hall Street, Seaford, Delaware 19973

Delaware Technical Community College  – Georgetown Campus
P.O. Box 610, Rt. 18, Georgetown, Delaware 19947

Did you know we have a free study guide for Delaware? Here’s a sneak peak:

During your shift, you receive notification that a patient slipped; the patient does not complain of any pain, or show symptoms related to the fall. Which one of the following actions should you take?
A. Check the patient’s record for medications
B. Record the patient’s vital signs
C. Report the fall to your supervisor
D. Notify the patient’s family
Answer: C – See Section 2 of the CNA Study Guide (Effective Reporting)
It is your responsibility to report any, and all, accidents to your supervisor while you are on duty, regardless of injury. Once you are notified about a potential fall, report the incident to your supervisor right away; do not wait until later or at the end of shift. The patient may not be symptomatic at first; however, complications related to the fall may occur later.
Depending on the institution’s policies, you may also be required to document the fall in an incident report. When you write this report, make sure to be very specific and provide all the relevant facts. Always be aware that whatever you document in a report should be accurate. In the event of a lawsuit or inquiry regarding the incident, your report is the written record of what happened.

2 Responses to CNA Training in Delaware

  1. Roy Matthews December 14, 2010 at 3:51 pm #

    what are some good resources for jobs once I get out of school? thanks

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