A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides various levels of care to individuals who are unable to take care of themselves in hospital, facility, and home settings. It can be a rewarding profession, providing individuals entrance into the medical field, useful skills, job security, competitive pay, among other benefits. The first step on your journey to becoming a CNA is enrolling in a state-accredited CNA Program.
Voyager Nurse Aide Program is a unique state-accredited CNA Program which allows students to take classes in an online format while enabling them to attend in-person labs and clinical. The program meets state and government standards which ensures each student receives the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a CNA license. Per state requirements, the program consists of 75 hours of training, 43 of which are completed online, 16 during labs, and 16 at clinical. This one-of-a-kind program is self-paced, affording you the flexibility to learn on your own time and is led by experienced LPNs and RNs, many of which started their careers as CNAs. Voyager Nurse Aide Program has locations in Colorado Springs, Lakewood, and Westminster, and is continuing its rapid expansion throughout the state of Colorado and across the U.S.