Los Angeles CNA Classes Assitant Programs


Being a CNA is very rewarding and you feel great at the end of the day knowing you helped people and made a difference. If you are interested or have always wanted to become a Certified Nursing Assistant, here are the list of Department of Health Services Approved CNA Programs in and around Los Angeles. Please call the school directly and get additional information and if you would like to become a CNA.

East Los Angeles Occupational Center
Address: 2100 Marengo St. Los Angeles CA, 90033
Telephone: 323-223-1283
Website: www.elaoc.org

Casa Loma College
Address: 6850 Van Nuys Blvd. Van Nuys, CA 91405
Telephone: 800-270-5052

Computer Institute of Technology
Address: 11631 Victory Blvd.North Hollywood, CA 91606
Telephone: 818-980-0415

B & R Nursing School
Address: 10752 Burbank Blvd.North Hollywood, CA 91601
Telephone: 818-762-7095

American Red Cross – Inglewood
Address: 610 N Eucalyptus Ave. Inglewood, CA 90302
Telephone: 213-739-5287

Fremont Community Adult School  
Address: 7676 South San Pedro Street Los Angeles, CA 90003
Telephone: (323) 565-1300

ROP Center – Banning High School      213-241-3158

ROP Center – Bravo Medical Magnet     213-241-3158

South Gate Community Adult School 
Address: 2525 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA 90280
Telephone:  323-569-7104
Website: http://southgateadultschool.com/

Tri Cities ROP – California High School
Address: 12519 Washington Boulevard Whittier, CA 90602
Telephone:  562-698-9571
Website: http://www.tcrop.k12.ca.us/

There are a lot more programs out there that will certify you as a CNA and get you going on your newly selected career in the Health Care world. If you know of a certain program, and you don’t see it list here, please contact us and let us know about it so we can add it to our list.

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13 Responses to “Los Angeles CNA Classes Assitant Programs”

  1. Vicky Diaz says:

    Hi i am a full time mom but i am interested in taking the cna course but i am looking for a place to take it some where close by my house, i live in the city of South Gate, CA, if you have a school that takes some kind of payment plan or that is for free let me know please, thanks.

  2. Jesus Flores says:

    Hello,
    I’m currently a high school student. I am 16 years old. Do you think I can entroll at the age I’m in? I’m really interested in the medical field. Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
    P.S: Are these courses free or do I have to pay?
    -Jesus

  3. angel says:

    ok that is a good started i was looking for something free so i started to ask people if they knew some kind of program and they told me about http://www.jobcorps.gov i hope this will work for you they have an office at hill st. in downtown…

  4. imelda says:

    Hola….Hi… the SEIU union offer the CNA course for free..some friends of mine are attending classes there…(Beverly Blvd and Rampart)in Los Angeles CA

  5. Danielle says:

    @ Jesus I believe you have to have high school diploma only but not sure

  6. liza says:

    Hello/Hola,

    I have tried getting into the CNA course in LA and there is a waiting list…I applied and have yet to be called…..

  7. Claudia says:

    Ihola I tried to getting class for cna in spanish do you have…

  8. Cindy Fieldman says:

    I recently became certified and started work two weeks ago! I work in a big hospital in Los Angeles and I am extremely happy. I just wanted to encourage anyone who is pursuing to become CNA not to give up and keep pushing forward! God bless and good luck.

  9. Eileen Topping says:

    Dear Cindy Fieldman:

    Do you mind saying where (what school) and when you got certified? Also, how long you had to wait, how long the program took, and how many credit hours you had to take?

    I’m always worried that I’ll fall into a scam-school/program that won’t be worth anything when I get done.

    Thank you!

  10. Sameoun Eng says:

    I am interested in taking CNA classes or becoming a mental health worker, but I need help getting started.

  11. Thaly says:

    Hello:I am interested in taking the cna course but there are a lot schools and i want to choose the rigth one. can you help mi please. gracias

  12. Mark says:

    Hey everyone! I just moved to Los Angeles from Arizona and would like to become a certified nurse aid. I was a volunteer for a local hospital and got lots of hands on training working there. I can only afford around $300 for schooling, does anyone know of a great cna class in LA that charges $300 or less?

    Any help or tips will greatly be appreciated!!!

  13. Cindy C. says:

    I live in LA and want to become CNA as soon as possible. Does any one knw of any cna classes that require less time? I want to do it as soon as possible.

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