GO FROM LAPSED TO ACTIVE IN ONE DAY WITH OUR CNA REFRESHER CLASS
You can check with the Nebraska Nursing Aide Licensing Authority to ensure that the Quality Career Pathways CNA Refresher Course will fulfill the requirements you need to re-certify.
The Quality Career Pathways CNA Refresher Program Details:
3 hour Course (on-site instruction & training)
Receive online training materials in advance
Tuition & Testing
$150 – all inclusive fee
No book required
Online access to 10 PowerPoints, Chapter Exams, and Clinical Skills Sheets prior to arriving at the school for your in-person hours
Requirements to Enroll
You need to have a Certified Nursing Assistant license in the State of Nebraska that has lapsed or is inactive.
Testing for CNA Re-certification
Written exam is done at the school
Skills exam is done at the school
About Quality Career Pathways
Our training courses will prepare you to become a successful healthcare professional. A course completion card from a Quality Career Pathways training class will open doors for health occupations and new employment opportunities with high-quality healthcare providers in Omaha and throughout the state of Nebraska.
If you do not have an employment opportunity in mind, please consider one of our Premier Hiring Partners. All six of these employers are in need of CNAs and love to hear from our graduates: CHI Health, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, Comfort Keepers, Douglas County Health Services, Hillcrest Health Services, and Nebraska Medicine. You can also check out our Job Board to view CNA and CMA positions in the Omaha area. While we cannot guarantee employment after you pass your CNA Refresher course, we make every attempt to provide you with the resources to find your new career.
Reactivating your CNA in Omaha is a great career choice. By enrolling in Quality’s CNA Refresher Class, you get the best CNA training in the midwest. After successful completion of the CNA Refresher program at Quality Career Pathways, a great career awaits you in a variety of healthcare fields, including patient care, long-term care, registered nurses, nursing homes, care facilities, and so much more.
Our training programs are different than community college courses because our programs are continually assessed by faculty, staff, and members of the business and education communities to help ensure your studies align with your career and employment goals.