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Where Can I Take Stna Classes In Dayton Ohio?

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Ohio Medical Career Center, located in the Job Center on Edwin C Moses Boulevard, offers both full-time day classes and part-time evening classes. Full-time classes run from 8am to 4pm each weekday for 2 weeks, part-time classes run from 4:30pm - 8:30pm each weekday evening for 3 weeks.
If you find that this is not suitable for your needs you could try www.4cnas.com. This site offers a free listing of schools that offer CNA Training programs. State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) training programs are known in most states as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) programs. You can also contact your state registry for a listing of accredited CNA training programs in your area. The contact information for the state registry can also be found on this website. 4cnas.com is the online magazine for Certified Nursing Assistants.
Another option is to contact The School of Nurse Aide Training (www.snat-ohio.com). SNAT provides educational instruction that meet the requirements for the STNA exam. Their training also provides the basic knowledge to work in hospitals and acute care settings as a nursing assistant.
If you think you may struggle to meet the fees of any of these courses you may be eligible for financial aid. SNAT is also an approved provider for the State of Ohio Work Force Investment Acts (WIA) funds. To see if you are eligible to receive assistance you must first contact the WIA office in the county in which you live. See www.snat-ohio.com/finaid for more information.
Many hospitals and nursing homes offer free STNA/CNA training, so it might be an idea to ring around those in your area to see if they can help. These schemes usually involve you finishing your STNA then working for the institution for a set period. However, these may pay lower rates than other employers.
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I finished my STNA training at Ohio Medical Career Center located in the Job Center on Edwin C Moses. It's a great school and the faculty members are very knowledgeable. They offer both full-time day class (8-4, 2 weeks) and part-time evening class (4:30-8:30, 3 weeks). The down payment is only $395 and no wait list, overall a great experience. ~Lauren

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