Become a Certified Nurse Aide! Next class starts September 10!
Classroom and Clinicals:
Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
August 6 -29
September 10 - October 3
October 8 - October 31
November 5 - 28
Classroom and Clinicals:
Monday through Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) Program provides the current knowledge and skills needed for nursing and other related health care professions, including American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers. It is designed to prepare students to successfully complete the Indiana State Certification Exam for CNAs and for employment in hospital, nursing facilities and long-term care settings.
5-Week Course (None scheduled at this time)
Federal law that requires, that once a nursing aide student is hired by any Medicare/Medicaid funded long term care facility, that facility must reimburse the student for the cost of his/her training program upon successful completion of the state test within one year of the program.
Federal regulation at 42 CFR 483.152(c)(1) states that “No nurse aide who is employed by, or who has received an offer of employment from, a facility on the date on which the aide begins a nurse aide training and competency evaluation program may be charged for any portion of the program (including any fees for textbooks or other required course materials).” Also, the federal regulation states at 42 CFR 483.152(c)(2), that “If an individual who is not employed, or does not have an offer to be employed, as a nurse aide becomes employed by, or receives an offer of employment from, a facility not later than 12 months after completing a nurse aide training and competency evaluation program, the State must provide for the reimbursement of costs incurred in completing the program on a prorated basis during the period in which the individual is employed as a nurse aide.” Only Medicare/Medicaid facilities have to reimburse training costs.
The WorkOne staff will pay for your CNA training as well as help you find a new or better CNA job. Visit your local WorkOne and find out what our friendly associates can do for you. Call them for information today!
Details are available at orientation, or by calling our office at 317-786-7260 or email us.
Please review our Refund Policy for more details.
The CNA program tuition is $1,099 and is an all-inclusive program. Tuition must be made in full prior to last week of class.
Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
A $400 registration fee is required to reserve your place in class. After the registration fee is paid, $699 will be owed for tuition.
The registration fee is non-refundable once class begins. A cancellation fee of $50 will be assessed if you cancel before class begins.
NOTICE: Orientation must be completed at least one week prior to class!
Once you register and pay the registration fee, schedule your orientation.
A valid Driver’s License/State ID and Social Security Card will need to be presented at orientation.
Orientation will last approximately one hour.
Department of Health Nurse Aide Curriculum: Students are responsible for the content in the Indiana State Department of Health Nurse Aide Curriculum pages 1 to 153. To download the curriculum visit: http://www.in.gov/isdh/files/Indiana_Nurse_Aide_Curriculum.pdf
Please complete the following forms and return to them to RESQ by one of the following methods:
- Mail to 5110 Commerce Square Drive, Suite A in Indianapolis, IN 46237, or
- Email to email@example.com, or
- Bring to your scheduled orientation at the main RESQ office at 5110 Commerce Square Drive in Indianapolis
The Indiana State Department of Health mandates that all CNA students attend all classroom and all clinical instruction sessions. Students must be punctual and present for the entire session. If you are absent or tardy for a class or clinical, you must contact your instructor. It is at the discretion of the program director if/when time may be rescheduled. A No Call/No Show is immediate grounds for dismissal from the program.
NO TUITION REFUND WILL BE ISSUED RELATED TO ABSENCES AND/OR TARDINESS.
Due to the short duration of the CNA course, students are not permitted to miss any clinical dates. If you fail to attend ANY scheduled clinical sessions during your course, you will not be eligible to sit for the state examination. You may, however, be placed in the next available CNA course to fulfill your remaining requirements. Placement in the next CNA course is NOT guaranteed and is at the discretion of the Program Director.
Although we expect to see only the finest behavior from our students, we must be prepared for any contingency. As such, it is the policy of RESQ that resident safety is paramount. Any act by a RESQ student that places a resident, or any person who may not be listed herein, in danger, or causes him to fear for his safety, will be grounds for dismissal from the RESQ ISDH Nurse Aide Training Program. In addition, any act judged by RESQ staff to be negligent or reckless may serve as grounds for dismissal from the RESQ ISDH Nurse Aide Training Program. Finally, any deviation from the express direction of the instructor or program director during clinical training may be grounds for dismissal from the RESQ ISDH Nurse Aide Training Program. DISMISSAL WILL RESULT IN NO REFUND REGARDLESS OF LENGTH OF TIME IN PROGRAM.
Both the clinical instructors and the Program Director reserve the right to dismiss a student from clinical training, and therefore from the RESQ ISDH Nurse Aide Training Program in its entirety, for any sufficient grounds, including but not limited to the aforementioned, at any time. By affixing your signature to this document, you signify that you understand and agree to the terms above.
You will not be permitted to work with a dependent population (i.e. elderly or children) if you have been convicted of a crime against that population. An Indiana limited criminal history report is included in the tuition fee. Failure to disclose any convictions will result in dismissal from the RESQ CNA program with no tuition refund.