Started in 2008, PCHS's State Tested Nursing Assistant training program is focused on preparing students to get certified so they can begin work as soon as possible. PCHS is conveniently located for those who live or work in Columbus. PCHS offers a few different options for students looking to get their STNA license: day (11 days long) or evening (14 days long) classes.
ACC has a reputable State Tested Nursing Assistant class with a hardworking and thoughtful teacher. The course is 75 hours long (59 hours of theory classroom training, 16 hours of in-person clinicals), the minimum required by the state. They are located in Columbus. The school focuses on offering a speedy graduation for students; classes take just 2 weeks long.
AHS has 3 different locations: Cincinnati, Columbus, and Newark, OH. Their Columbus campus is convenient for those who live or work on the northern side of the city. The State Tested Nursing Assistant course is available during the day, evening, or weekend. The program is 75 hours over 10 days (2 weeks - 8 days of classroom lecture, 2 days of clinicals) long, great for those looking for an accelerated program.
COTC runs a solid State Tested Nursing Assistant training program that is 76 hours long (60 hours of theory in the classroom lecture, 16 hours of clinicals). They are located in Columbus on the north side of the city. COTC has designed their State Tested Nursing Assistant course to be affordable and convenient.
Ncus Tec's State Tested Nursing Assistant class is focused on preparing students to be high quality Nursing Assistants. That's why their course is slightly longer than most other courses, at 96 hours. This class is great for those who want to learn the material in a more in-depth fashion. They are located in Columbus.
My Tees HC's State Tested Nursing Assistant training program is an accelerated program that takes 75 hours (59 hours for lecture, 16 hours for in-person clinicals). There are multiple options to choose from for schedules: day class (12 days long) or evening class (17 days).
QCAS's State Tested Nursing Assistant program is 75 hours long, the state minimum. 59 hours are spent on theory lectur while 16 hours are spent in clinicals. Classes are 10-12 days long depending on the schedule.
Our partner schools offer many types of training programs, including: phlebotomy, Medical Assistant, EKG Technician, CPR/BLS, Medication Aide, and more. You can view them here.
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