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CNA Salary

177,700 jobs expected to be added

For you the step is powerful education that will prepare you for an exciting and fulfilling new career as a certified nurse assistant. To succeed in today’s healthcare arena as a CNA, it takes the smarts, skills, and the compassion that positively impact the lives of patients every day.

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At Critical Care Training Center, our Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) program will empower you to explore a growing field and develop the talents and abilities it takes to become a real asset in a variety of professional healthcare settings. With an aging population, expected growth for CNA Position will be strong, with another 177,700 jobs expected to be added.


LIMITED TIME OFFER!
$99/week!

Why Choose us?
Cost Efficiency & Job Placement

Critical Care Training center is the largest training center in Southern California offering quality healthcare education for over 10 years trusted by major hospitals and healthcare institutions.

Why Us?
  • Cost-Efficiency
  • Job Placement
  • Quality Teaching
  • Financial Aid
  • Latest Technology
  • Flexible Schedule
Why CNA?
  • Work with doctors & nurses
  • New career in as little as 5 weeks
  • Job security
  • Cost-efficiency
  • Personal & professional price
  • Good salary & career
  • Excellent job outlook
  • Make a difference in peoples’ lives
About Us
  • Largest training center in Southern California
  • Quality healthcare education for over 10 years
  • Working for community
  • Student-oriented educational system
  • Veteran-owned and operated
  • Trusted by major hospitals and healthcare institutions

Career Growth
CNA Job Outlook

Employment of nursing assistants is projected to grow 11 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations*.

As the baby-boom population ages, nursing assistants will be needed to assist and care for elderly patients in long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes. Older people are more likely than younger people to have disorders such as dementia, or to live with chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes. More nursing assistants will be needed to care for patients with these conditions.

Patient preferences and shifts in federal and state funding are increasing the demand for home and community-based long-term care, which should lead to increased opportunities for nursing assistants working in home health and community rehabilitation services.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Nursing Assistants

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