CNA Training Curriculum
The Orchard CNA Training Program is an 104 clock hour program. Classroom instruction includes:
Introduction to healthcare
Basic nursing skills
Body structure and function
Students also participate in supervised clinical activities. Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible to take the Utah State CNA certification examination through the Utah Nursing assistant registry.
Clinical activities are designed to allow the student to apply the skills learned in the classroom to an actual clinical setting. Students demonstrate an understanding of nursing principles that ensure safe, knowledgeable, skilled care and, under the supervision of the instructor, provide this care to assigned clients. (24 hours - schedule to be determined by the coordinator).
Tuition and Fees
To reserve a seat in class, students must choose one of the following options:
- Pay $475 for full tuition
- Pay $50.00 registration with the remainder due on first day of class
- OR, payment arrangements can be made on the first day of class
- Contact us for details. All major credit cards.
Orchard CNA Training Centers welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. Equal educational opportunities are offered to all who meet entrance requirements, without regard to race, gender, ethnicity, creed, marital status or age:
- Must be 16 years of age or older
- Exhibit competency in reading, writing, and communicating the English language
Each student must submit a completed application and preadmission survey.
A final exam will be given at the end of the course. Students must receive a minimum score of 85% to graduate from the program. A certificate will be issued to each student who successfully completes the program and satisfies all requirements.
Students must attend all classes and complete required clinical hours to be eligible to take the Utah CNA certification examination through the Utah Nursing assistance registry.
Upon successful completion of the program, the school will assist each graduate with job placement. However, this does not mean the school guarantees the student employment.