Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) are an integral part of the health care team at any facility, especially here at Diadem. A career as a CNA is a rewarding profession that allows you to build relationships and strong bonds with the residents whom you care for. This job can be demanding, as it requires you to be a constant in the lives of your residents, but it’s also quite rewarding. Elderly residents can have difficulties with even common daily tasks, like bathing and feeding. As you help them complete these activities, you’ll feel a sense of pride and accomplishment.
Diadem’s Nursing Assistant Training program is designed to help you prepare to become a CNA, while at the same time giving you valuable, hands-on experience in this field.
- Attend scheduled info/testing session.
- Ability to pass pre-admission test.
- Ability to attend all scheduled classes.
- Ability to submit a satisfactory physical on our medical clearance form.
- No felonies or disqualifying misdemeanors (Criminal Record Check price $22.00, cost subject to change).
- Proof of Citizenship, must be able to leave, work and go to school in US.
- Be at least 16 years of age.
- Have a valid Social Security Card.
- Make an appointment with the Admissions Director, or designee, for an initial interview. The candidate will be informed about the required documents needed for admission into the program.
- Passing the criminal history check is a prerequisite for admission into the nurse aide program.
Students With Disabilities
DIADEM NURSING INSTITUTE AND ALLIED HEALTH complies with applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. It is, however, DNIAH’s responsibility to determine, to the extent possible, that every admitted student has the ability to benefit from the training he or she will receive in the Nurse Assistant Program.
Any potential applicant who has a physical disability or learning disability will be considered for admission provided that DNIAH is reasonably able to provide accommodations the applicant would require. In the case of a physical disability that, in the determination of DNIAH, might impact the applicant’s ability to successfully complete the Nurse Assistant Program, the potential applicant must provide a certification from a licensed physician that the applicant is physically capable of pursuing the program of study and the physical rigors it requires to be admitted into the program.