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Where To Find Free Cna Classes In Indianapolis, In Area?

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If you are keen to train as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in the Indianapolis area, and are no longer attending a public school that offers free CNA classes as part of the curriculum, you may want to visit the CNATraininghelp website for advice and a list of schemes that could help you cover the cost of CNA training.

Those who can’t afford to pay for a CNA course through a local college may want to consider approaching a healthcare facility to see if they would agree to pay for the course in exchange for a minimum term of employment (typically for at least six months to a year). Some nursing homes will also offer to do the same thing. The CNATraininghelp website has compiled a list that may be quite helpful.

Special state study grants and financial assistance may also be available for displaced homemakers and workers who have lost their main source of income or support through the loss of a job or spouse through death, disability or retrenchment.

Something to bear in mind when choosing a CNA course is that it should be state-approved in order for your qualification to be recognized by employers. In this way, it is also not necessary for you to have a high school diploma in order to qualify for training.
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Golden Living Training Center. Free classes and you're completed with them in 33 days.
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How does this work? I have found a date and time to get more info, but I need to know if you get paid for the training or not....?
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CNA stands for Certified Nursing Assistant. There are a number of places in Indianapolis where you can get CNA training for free. Here is one such link from where you can get information on free CNA classes in Indianapolis.
http://arlana.tag.winzy.com/Free Cna Classes
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Are there free Cna Classes I can take in Indianapolis that take up to about five weeks?
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I am a college student in Indianapolis and I have been looking into some places where I could take CNA classes. So far I have found Ivy Tech and J Everett Light which offers classes. But, at J Everett courses cost about $600, Ivy Tech you can file for financial aid and possibly take the course for free. I am still looking around. I asked my mother today if she could talk to my aunt, who is a retired nurse, to find out where some places were that offer free CNA classes. My mother then told me that there are nursing homes around Indianapolis that have free CNA classes but in order for them to be free you have to sign a contract saying you will work for them for approx. 6 months to a year.

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