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 Why CNA Training?

The healthcare field is the recession proof job! One can always find work in the field. There are many choices for working as a CNA such as Hospitals, Long Term Care Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, Home Health, Hospice, and Private In-Home care.

Q: What is the average salary for a CNA in the state of Washington?

A: Washington State CNA’s make an average of $30,650 a year starting, and upwards to $34,726 depending on experience and where the CNA works.

 

 What does the CNA School Cost? 

Tuition is $950 and includes:

FREE BOOKS/SUPPLIES ($65 Value) 

FREE TUBERCULOSIS TEST ($60 Value) 

FREE BACKGROUND CHECK ($15 Value) 

FREE 7 Hr HIV/AIDS TRAINING ($50 Value) 

FREE REGISTRATION ($95 Value)

FREE CPR BLS 2 YEAR CARD ($75 Value)

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How are ways that the CNA School inspires others?

 Through the 40 plus years we have been teaching and instructing others on how to give back, we have created a vast network and have the privilege of partnering with others in our local community. The past couple of years Mary Ann’s CNA Training School of Nursing has partnered with several agencies to give back to our community. We have sponsored toys and gift cards for Children during the holiday season as well as clothing drives for the local Foster Kids in Portland and Vancouver. We also take part in feeding the homeless at Leverich Park in Vancouver once a month every 3rd Saturday every month.

We are also partnered with local Schools and local churches to give back packs filled with school supplies for children in need. Recently our school was inspired by one of our RN’s to do a “Casserole Caravan”, where we filled several car loads full of food.

Another organization CNA Training School has been a part of for the past several years is Gleanings For the Hungry, an organization that gathers food for other countries in need. A team of 51 along with MaryAnn and her husband Gary, along with the CNA Training staff and previous / current students packaged over 2.7 million bowls of dry soup and other goods to send to Haiti after the earthquake. The school supports Gleanings and supports a child in a orphanage in Haiti on a monthly basis.

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