Find C.N.A. and C.H.H.A Training Schools

Senior caregivers seeking to continue to grow their caregiving skills and to gain training for specific age-related diseases, can take part-time classes at local Certified Nursing Aide and Certified Home Health Aide Training Schools.  This allows caregivers to continue working while taking classes.

As becoming a C.N.A. is part of the training for becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse, caregivers can take the first step to becoming a nursing professional.  This helps to guarantee employment as the senior care industry will be a top employer in the coming decade.

Caregiverlist's C.N.A. school directory provides you with the following information:

  • Cost of Training Programs
  • Length (Weeks/Months)
  • Admission Requirements
  • Physical Exams
  • Immunizations Required
Find a nursing aide or home health aide training school in your area and learn more about admission requirements and financial aide by contacting the school directly.  You may also apply for a job as a companion caregiver in your area to gain experiences in caregiving before you begin a caregiver certification training program.
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Comments (6) -

  • Laverne Etuh

    3/30/2010 10:52:10 PM | Reply

    I am intersted in training for C N A

  • Leann

    3/31/2010 4:58:59 AM | Reply

    It's a great resource.  The list for Illinois school's was extensive with a lot of information to compare.

  • john

    10/11/2010 7:42:36 PM | Reply

    are there any schools for cna/chha certification in either south nj/or in the toms river area nj.if so what is the cost?thank you.

  • jazzmyn

    3/4/2011 2:55:10 PM | Reply

    i would like information on schools that except financial aid

  • Alessandro Berni

    11/5/2012 3:46:33 PM | Reply

    I'm interested in a C.H.H.A Training School in Brooklyn.


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