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CNA Classes in Indiana

Enrolling in an approved CNA instructional program in Indiana requires that you are at least eighteen (18) years old, and that you are willing and able pass a criminal background check. Applicants will also be pre-screened for entry into an approved program, by the governing board in the areas of Mathematics and English. Potential students cannot have been previously found guilty of abuse or neglect of previous patients in another state, or they will be disqualified from entering a training program.

The Indiana State Department of Health must approve all CNA training programs operating with the state. Students are required to complete one hundred and five (105) hours of instructional training. That time is spent with seventy-five (75) hours in the classroom, and an additional thirty (30) hours of hands on clinical operation. Clinical hours are generally performed at a long term care facility and supervised by a registered nurse. Approved program completion will permit the student to apply for, and take the states certification exam.

Subjects that will be studied include: anatomy, nutrition, infection prevention and control, medical terminology, safety precautions, etc.

The approved CNA training program will cost the applicant $600 to $2000. These prices are dependant on which institution the programs classes are taken at.

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