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Introduction to Nursing Assistant Online Course

Want a great career in healthcare but not sure where to begin? U.S. Career Institute’s Introduction to Nursing Assistant Online Course (Pre-CNA) training classes are a great place to start! Our self-paced Intro to CNA training school gives those looking to enter the CNA field a unique advantage with our online preliminary training. In as little as two months, you can be prepared to enter a full Certified Nursing Assistant program – with all the background needed to send you straight to the head of the class. Students will get a preparatory education in vital signs, first aid, communication and documentation, ethics, nutrition, psychology, medication, patient needs, positioning and cleanliness. As the healthcare field continues to grow, so does the need for trained CNAs, who administer basic care and help patients with daily routines.


Why Choose Certified Nursing Assistant?

A career in the in-demand CNA field offers a wide array of opportunities. Certified Nursing Assistants—working under the supervision of a registered nurse or healthcare practitioner—may choose to work in private homes, nursing homes, care communities, or other healthcare facilities. Some might work with only one patient, while others work with groups, and some might even help those with disabilities go to work. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics employment of nursing assistants is expected to grow 8% from 2020 to 2030 – which means over 192,000 job openings per year.** No matter where you end up working, our Introduction to Nursing Assistant online course will put you firmly on the road to a career in healthcare.

Online Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant School

Online Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant School
Online Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant Course
Online Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant Training


Certified Nursing Assistant School

As a Certified Nursing Assistant, you'll be a well-respected professional playing an important part in the healthcare industry. No two days will be the same. You will meet interesting people and find great satisfaction helping people in their time of need.


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ON-DEMAND LEARNING

100% online and self-paced. No set class schedules so you set the pace and study when you can 24/7.

Mobile Friendly Learning Materials
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USCI has custom learning materials
REAL-WORLD SKILLS

Focus on real-world skills that will help you gain the knowledge and skills you need for employment and to prepare for industry certifications.

USCI all-inclusive program
All-INCLUSIVE PROGRAM

Your tuition includes access to instructors, learning materials and career support.

USCI all-inclusive program
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What You'll Learn During Your Online Pre-CNA Training

Online Intro to CNA Lesson List
  • Vital Signs
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Ethics and Legal Responsibilities
  • First Aid Procedures
  • Communication and Documentation
  • Nutrition and Wellness
  • Positioning and Mobility
  • Daily Needs of Patients
  • Medication
  • Patient Cleanliness
  • Cleaning in the Home

For the full Certified Nursing Assistant course outline, please visit our Course Outline page.

Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant Training That Fits Your Life

With U.S. Career Institute’s Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant training program, in as little as two months you’ll be ready to hit the ground running on your education to become a certified nursing assistant. Our online and self-paced Pre-CNA school means you can study anytime, anywhere. And no previous experience is needed! Graduates of this preparatory training program will have all the basics and background needed to excel when moving on to a full certified nursing assistant program.

Intro to CNA Training that fits your life

Intro to CNA Tuition and Financing

Pre-CNA Program Tuition and Financing

Like the rest of our programs, we strive to ensure our online Intro to CNA course is both flexible and affordable. This is why we offer low, monthly payment options for every student. We are committed to providing you with a quality education at an affordable price. Make an investment in yourself today!

For more information, please visit our Tuition and Financing page.


Intro to CNA FAQ's

Q. How can I become a Certified Nursing Assistant?
A. Becoming a CNA typically requires a HS diploma or equivalent and formal training through a state-approved accredited education program that consists of lessons on the principles of nursing and supervised clinical work. This program is an Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant which will give you the basics and prepare you to succeed in a full CNA training program.
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Q. What does a CNA do?
A. CNAs are responsible for helping patients with daily activities and providing basic care. CNAs can work in private homes or medical facilities under the supervision of licensed healthcare providers.
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Q. What is the growth potential of a CNA?
A. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CNA jobs are expected to increase 8% by 2030.**
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Q. How much does an Intro to CNA training program cost?
A. Tuition for this program is $485 total when you pay in full. Payment plans are also available.
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Q. Is this Intro to CNA training program accredited?
A. U.S. Career Institute is Accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency.
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Q. Where Can I Work as a Certified Nursing Assistant?
A. Demand for highly skilled Certified Nursing Assistants can be found in nursing homes, hospitals, large care communities and home healthcare services.
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Q. What skills will I learn in this Pre-CNA training program?
A. Skills covered in the Pre-CNA training program include Ethics and Responsibilities, Introduction to Psychology, Nutrition and Wellness, Vital Signs, Daily Needs of Patients, Communication, Documentation, Positioning and Mobility.
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People Also Ask

How much does online Intro to CNA school cost?
While our online Intro to CNA school is not free, we strive to offer low-cost tuition and offer monthly payment plans. In fact, our tuition and monthly payment plans are so low that we do not offer federal financial aid or loans.

How long does online Intro to CNA school take?
When you enroll in our self-paced Intro to CNA training program, you choose how much you study each week. On average, our online Intro to CNA school program is completed in two months.

Is this the best online Intro to CNA school?
We firmly believe that USCI is the top online Intro to CNA school in the nation. Our curriculum is laid out in easy to learn step-by-step lessons.

Is there a U.S. Career Institute Introduction to Certified Nursing Assistant school near me?
Our online Intro to CNA school delivers its curriculum on the internet. Where could be closer than your own home? The convenience of online classes makes it easier for our students to fit their studies into their busy lives.

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*This is an introduction to the field of CNA. This is not a full CNA course.
**Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Home Health and Personal Care Aides, on the internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/nursing-assistants.htm (visited October 1, 2021). Statements found in the United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook are not a guarantee of any post-graduation salary, in part because the data used to create the Occupational Outlook Handbook includes workers from differing educational backgrounds, levels of experience, and geographic areas of the country.