Nursing Assistant Certification Program

About Our Course

Individuals who graduate from our certified nursing assistance course earn: 

  • C.N.A. designation 
  • CPR/First Aid
  • 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training 
  • Mental Health 
  • Dementia specialty course 
  • Safety Orientation Certificates. 

Students graduate in 3 weeks. Total hours - 118

Classroom hours - 46

Laboratory hours - 16

Externship hours - 56

Graduates can be assisted with immediate job placement opportunities through our affiliate company, Dependable Staffing Agency. 

Admission Requirments

  • Must be at least 18 Years old
  • Have High school Diploma, GED, Higher Education equivalency, or pass the entrance exam
  • US students must pass the entrance exam with 75% passing grade. Exam may be retaken once free of charge.
  • Foreign students must pass CELSA Test with 75% passing grade (if applicable). Test may be retaken free of charge. 
  • Complete a background inquiry form. Any record of crimes against persons will prevent an individual from working in this field.
  • Provide documentation of a completed 2 steps tuberculosis test. If positive, must get a chest x-ray.
  • Clinical facilities may require additional information, such as MMR and Hepatitis B vaccine
  • Blood Pressure Cuff and Stethoscope
  • Gait Belt
  • Watch with Second Hand

Upcoming Course Schedules


10/21/19 - 11/8/19

Lab and Theory: 8am to 4:30pm

Clinical: 6am to 2:30

Registration Deadline: 10/14/19

01/06/19 - 02/14/19

Lab and Theory: 10am to 2pm

Clinical: 10am to 2pm

Registration Deadline: 12/30/19


Call 253-252-3956  



  • Tuition: $650
  • Registration fee: $60
  • Entrance exam fee: $20
  • Books: $50 (+tax)
  • Obtain a background check through the Washington State Patrol at for $15

Short-term and long-term financing is available for those in need. 

We also accept GI Bill® for military personnel.

 ‘‘GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at"   

Morning Course Calendar