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More Online Hybrid CNA and CMA Courses Now Available
Including Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Certified Medication Aide (CMA)
Stay home and complete a portion of your coursework online before coming to the school to complete the hand-on training part of the program. At this time, the in -person portion of the courses will be limited to the first 9 people who enroll. Additional schedule options have been added to the schedule to accommodate this and will continue to be added as classes fill up.
How it works
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Course:
A CNA certification requires 76 hours of training. In a traditional course, all 76 hours are completed in-person at the school. With an online hybrid course, you complete 44 hours online prior to completing 32 hrs in the classroom. We offer weekdays, evenings, and weekend class times. VIEW SCHEDULE
Certified Medication Aide (CMA) Course
A CMA certification requires 40 hours of training. In a traditional course, all 40 hours are completed in-person at the school. With an online hybrid course, you complete 24 hours of course work online before coming into the school to complete the remaining 16 hours. VIEW SCHEDULE
How to enroll
You may sign up for an Online Hybrid Course anytime. As soon as you enroll and pay for the course, you will gain access to the online curriculum.
Because you must complete online course work before coming into Quality to complete the hands-on training, courses will close approximately one week prior to the first day of hand-on training. This will allow students enough time to complete the online portion.
When do I pay
You need to pay for the course, or enroll in a payment plan, prior to gaining access to the online curriculum.