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CNA Classes in Arizona

Arizona does not require a CNA student to be eighteen (18) years old, nor do they require that the potential student have a GED or high school diploma. This is so that current high school students may work towards their certification while still attending high school. Most employers however, will not employ anyone under the age of eighteen (18). Potential students must pass a criminal background check. If previously certified as a CNA in another state, there must not be any records of abuse, or neglect of patients. Training is overseen by the Arizona Department of Public Health.

In the state of Arizona, CNA programs consist of a minimum of seventy-five (75) training hours, which is broken down into clinical (hands on) instruction, and classroom instruction. The state does not mandate how many hours each section needs to be. Some programs require one hundred and twenty (120) hours to complete. Programs are available in-facility, online, and at community colleges. Once training is complete, the student may take the state examination to become certified.

Students will study subjects in areas such as basic nursing, communication skills, infection control, patient hygienic care, safety measures, and nutrition.

The cost of attending a CNA class in Arizona can be between $900 and $1800, this cost is dependant upon the institution where the training is taken.

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