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Los Angeles Acute Care Nurse Assistant
(ANA) Classes


Want to become an Acute Care Nursing Assistant and broaden your employment opportunities? Or maybe you need to fulfill a specific requirement for employment?

Is there a prerequisite?
Yes, you must have a CNA License. Our school offers a class to prepare you for CNA certification.

What will I learn?
This course prepares the student to enter the exciting medical field as a health care worker in an acute care setting. Students experience all related disciplines such as renal, cardiovascular, reproductive, respiratory, orthopedic, neurology, oncology, and pediatric care.

How long is the program?
This program consists of 116 hours of training including 55 hours of classroom training/laboratory instruction and 61 hours of supervised clinical practice in local hospitals and clinical institutions.

What do graduates do?
Graduates typically find employment in health related settings such as clinics, hospitals and home health agencies.

What can I expect to earn?
ANA salaries can range from $22,500 to over $36,500 annually or a mean hourly rate of $13.04, according to the California Employment Development Department depending on experience, prior education, location and other factors.

How do I apply?
Call us at 1 (213) 387-8900 to speak to a friendly career counselor, or fill in the quick form at the right side of the page. Classes are forming now. Don't wait, take that first step today!