Certified Nurse Assistant
Zoom-Morning CNA class: Starting August 1, 2022 and ends September 13, 2022 (No classes on August 11, 12 and 15. Classes will resume on August 16, 2022).
Next Zoom class: September 19 to November 3 (No classes 10/17 to 10/21)
Next Hybrid class: November 7, 2022, to December 19, 2022                      ----------------------------------------------------                
Hybrid class-Theory will be conducted by Zoom and Clinical will be in-person at the Clinical site in Sacramento County.                                 

Students would need to have access to a computer, I-Phone, webcam, Fax and copy machine. 
Registration only on Mondays from 10:00am to 4:00pm at 1333 Howe Ave, Ste.100, Sacramento CA. 95825.

Main Campus
1333 Howe Avenue, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95825
Phone: (916) 978-0700

  Registration: $ 300.00 (Non-refundable)
  Tuition Fee : $1,200 .00; 
  Total, including registration= $1,500.00
  Free Books.

Morning Program – 28 Days (1 additional make-up day if necessary).   
Grade requirement for passing the class is 70%.                                   

Kash Career College - CNA school in Sacramento.
This course prepares the student to be a beginning healthcare worker in the acute care setting or the long term care facility. The course consists of  lectures and clinical experiences given over a period of time during our Morning classes. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is eligible to sit for the State Competency Examination for Nursing Assistants in the State of California. 

The Nursing Assistant (NA) program prepares individuals to help with the routine care and treatment of patients in healthcare facilities. Nursing Assistants work under the direction of nursing and medical staff. A Nurse Assistant's job includes providing personal care, assisting with activities of daily living, and maintaining the safety of his or her clients. 

During the course of this program, the student will learn the essential duties of the Certified Nurse Assistant. These will include how to interact with the patient, how to monitor and observe the patient's condition, and access the patient's needs. They will also learn about preventive health care measures, and about interaction between drugs. Students will be required to be fingerprinted (state requirement).                                                          
All theory classes are Distance Learning by Zoom (If the system is down, students are required to attend classes in person at a moment's notice)

MORNING PROGRAM - 28 days (1 additional make-up day if necessary) - (Monday to Friday)

Next Class Starts: August 1, 2022,   Ends: September 13, 2022

Theory days: start 9:00 AM end 1:00 PM (Zoom only)

Clinical days: start 9:00 AM end 5:30 PM (Zoom only)

 Call (916) 978-0700 for information to register.