CNA Graduates

CNA Program Registration

Total Cost of Program: $1,250.00
Deposit Required: $625.00

You must fill out your application in full before submitting your payment. The program coordinator will reach out to you after reviewing your application so you can submit your registration payment.

To submit your form for the session of your choice, fill out admission application. Your completed admission form and tuition payment are required for completing the application process. Payment plans are accessible to choose from after completing your admission application.

Full tuition of $1,250.00 for the program must be paid in full no less than 1 week prior to start the program. A deposit of $625.00 is needed to reserve a seat in a scheduled session. Deposits are applied to the total cost of the program and is non-refundable.  Full tuition can also be paid to enter the program. Any and all payments made are non-refundable.

A $35 processing fee will be applied for each make-up day(s) made to; course days, clinical days, and testing days rescheduled. The processing fee(s) will need to be paid in full prior to receiving a certificate of completion. A maximum of one make up day is allowed.

Our program is a mix of classroom, lab training, and  clinical learning, for sound development of the CNA skills.

  • nursing fundamentals
  • infection control protocol, anatomy, and nutrition
  • practical skills that prepare students with the competence to enter the healthcare industry
  • health topics with focus on the spectrum of nursing services.

We integrate practical care skills so our students learn to communicate empathetically and understand the importance of professional team work. During the clinical portion, facilities deliver a fast-paced environment for training where students begin working with patients quickly. A number of facilities provide real-world training experiences immediately where the emphasis on communication skills and the art of caregiving; procedural skills covered include vital signs, positioning, bathing, and dressing.

Additional Information:

Students must complete and pass: Tuberculin Test (negative).

Prior to completing onsite clinical experience,  students will need to acquire personal scrubs, shoes, and gait belt. Scrubs: Purple top and black pants / Shoes: Closed-toe, rubber-soled shoes (prefer white or black shoes)

The Colorado Board of Nursing requires for every nurse aide student to complete 75 hours of program work of: attending all classes, complete all scheduled assignments, pass all the exams, and lastly attend all the scheduled clinical days.

Students who successfully complete and pass all program work/hours and conclude payment for tuition/incurred fees, will qualify to be registered as a candidate with DORA/PearsonVUE to complete their final exam.

Acceptable forms of tuition payment: credit cards, cash, check, and money order. Contact us directly to for payments made in cash, check, or money order.

For more information about our program see FAQ section on CNA Program page.