Free CNA Training Programs in Alabama

Are you looking to change careers and become a nurse aid in the state of Alabama? Look no further as we have all the info here you’ll need to jump start your career and become a certified nurse assistant in Alabama.

Most CNA classes in Alabama are paid but if you are low-income there are always programs and grants available that will either provide free CNA training or one at a very low price. If you’re looking for Free classes, check with your local Red Cross for low cost CNA classes or call your local WIA Agency and inquire about their CNA grants.

Most Certified Nursing Programs cost between $200 and go as high as $2000 depending on the area. Before you enroll to any class or program you need to make sure that the program is state accredited before giving money to any school.

American Red Cross
114 22nd Street South, Birmingham, AL 35233
Phone: (205) 795-8740

Birmingham Nursing And Rehabilitation
1000 Dugan Avenue Birmingham, Alabama 35214
Phone: (888) 822-6254

Bibb Med Center Hospital & NH
208 Pierson Ave Centreville, Alabama 35042
Phone: (205) 926-4881

American Red Cross
5015 Woods Crossing, Montgomery, AL 36106
Phone: (334) 260-3980

Certified Nursing Assistant – Northwest-Shoals Community College
This is a spectacular program and one we highly recommend.
The total costs will roughly be around $700 (includes books and everything else)

800 George Wallace Boulevard, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661
Phone: (256) 331-5305 (for background checks)

Hanceville Nursing Home
420 Main Street Hanceville, AL 35077
Phone: (256) 352-9100
Website: www.hnrcenter.com

Bevill State Community College Fayette Campus
2631 Temple Avenue, North Fayette, AL 35555

Alabama Southern Community College Thomasville Campus
30755 Highway 43, South, Thomasville, AL 36784

Big Springs Specialty Care Center
500 St. Clair Avenue Southwest Huntsville, Alabama 35801
Phone: (256) 539-5111

Brown Nursing Home
2334 Washington Street Alexander City, Alabama 35010
Phone: (256) 329-9061

Greene County Nursing Home
509 Wilson Ave Eutaw, Alabama 35462
Phone: (205) 323-2724

Hanceville Nursing Home
420 Main Street Ne Hanceville, Alabama 35077
Phone: (256) 352-9100

After you complete your CNA classes and pass your state exam and become a CNA, remember next thing will need is to find a job and stay active for two years. In Alabama every 24 months you must retake the CNA exam. In order to qualify for the re-test, one must have at least 40 hours of CNA work In those two years. This is done to make sure that every CNA is well trained and knows their basic job duties year after year.

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Jakie S

I have been a CNA in the state of California since 1995. One of my passions in life is to help people and help others who want to expand their careers and become CNAs.

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