CNA Training Resources
Certified Nurse Aides (CNAs) fill the most hands-on role in resident care and are integral to the care process. CNA positions also represent the highest number of vacancies and rate of turnover in skilled nursing and assisted living. Identify onsite CNA training programs in your area and explore a new online training program from IHCA/INCAL and partner Academic Platforms.
Blended Online CNA Program
IHCA/INCAL is excited to launch a new Online CNA Program in partnership with Academic Platforms, AHCA's preferred provider, that will allow facility-based training programs to incorporate accredited online didactic nurse assistant training in conjunction with their existing clinical training. IHCA/INCAL is finalizing the program development and drafting a resource guide for facility-based training programs to use in seeking ISDH approval for a new or amended training program.
In the meantime, we invite you to learn more about the Blended Online CNA Training Program by viewing a recorded webinar hosted by IHCA/INCAL and Academic Platforms. Click here to access the webinar.
Questions about the Online CNA Training program can be directed to Emily Berger, Director of Workforce Development and Member Services, at email@example.com.
CNA Training Listings
The Indiana State Department of Health is providing listings of Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training sites by county, and city to assist you in locating a training facility.
CNA Training Sites Search Page
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