Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Learn to provide essential care for patients in a variety of settings including hospitals, long-term care facilities, outpatient medical practices and in their homes.


Median Hourly Earnings

Nursing Assistant
2,914 Annual Job Openings projected through 2022
All wage and employment data is specific to the region and
taken from EMSI June 2019. Your starting salary may vary.

Interested in becoming part of a health care team? You can earn your certification at Wor-Wic as both a certified nursing assistant (CNA) and a geriatric nursing assistant (GNA).

CNAs play a key role in the delivery of daily patient care. They feed and bathe patients, take vital signs, create reports for nurses and doctors and much more. Training to become a CNA is a combination of learning basic nursing principles combined with hands-on clinical training.

There are several requirements for those interested in registering for CNA courses, including a drug screen, background check and attending an information session.

Contact Us Continuing Education 410-334-2815 training@worwic.edu