State Approved Training Facility. Certified by the Department of Human Services for teaching Certified Nurse Assistant Training and CNA Recertification. Offering 100 hours CNA and 24 hours recertification courses.
Spouse Education and Career Opportunity
Approved (SECO), formerly known as MYCAA.
Are you interested in becoming a skilled CNA? Have you thought about enhancing your skills in caring for your love ones or starting a new career? If so, you've come to the right website. We'll explain the requirements and steps for becoming a CNA then walk you through the necessary requirements and procedures to reach your goal as a qualified CNA.
Look for schools that have instructors that actually work in the field of care giving. These schools are best suited for teaching the fundamentals of medical and patient care and especially the compassionate aspect of elderly care.
Select a reputable school which is certified by the Department of Human Services. The lessons and skill sets taught by these schools will prepare you better for the State Certification program. Prior to August of 2012 the exams were administered by the American Red Cross. Currently, Prometric is the administrator for the CNA exams. Prometric has established various test sites across the island. Test locations can be found on their web site, www.prometric.com. The written test is now administered online via a computer terminal. Multiple questions are displayed on screen where the student selects their choice with a click of the mouse. The patient skills segment of the exam has been expanded to include verbalization while demonstrating skill sets. Advanced Care Training has revised its course to include the EXPLICIT SKILL DEMONSTRATION necessary for passing the State Certifited Exam.
Ongoing enrollment or registration for the following courses:
ADVANCED CARE TRAINING SCHOOL
Now offering NATIONALLY APPROVED PHLEBOTOMY COURSE