Fees and Registration

Registration Requirements:

To register for our CNA program, you must download, fill out and return your admission packet and return it to us, along with your down payment for the session of your choice. You can download our admission application packet here. All prospective students are required to meet the criteria within the admission forms. Prior to admission, each potential student will be evaluated by the Program Director to determine the student’s suitability for the course. All applicants must be 16 years of age or older. If you have completed high school, please ensure that you have proof of a high school completion certificate or current college transcripts. 

Cost:

Nightingale School of Nursing Arts includes all of the following in your program costs:

  • Registration and Evaluation Fees
  • Books, folders & materials
  • Tuition, Lab and Clinical Fees
  • TOTAL Cost – $1000

If you would like to take your CPR certification along with your CNA training session, an additional $50 fee is required.

To submit your form for the session of your choice, you can email your admission form to nightingalenursingarts@gmail.com or, drop it off at our location Monday-Friday between 2:30 and 5pm. Your completed admission forms and your first down payment is required for completing the application process. Payment plans are available but are given on a case by cases basis.

Additional Information:

Tuition for our program is $1000 and must be paid in full 2 weeks prior to start the program.
 A deposit of $400 is needed to reserve a seat in the scheduled session. This deposit will be applied to the total cost of the program and is non-refundable.
 A $600 refund will be issued for cancellations made 7 days prior to the start of the session.

A $35 processing fee will be applied for each make-up day(s) made to; course days, clinical days, and testing days rescheduled. The processing fee(s) will need to be paid in full prior to receiving certificate of completion.

The tuition of the program includes: course textbook, course workbook and class sessions.

Student must pass: Tuberculing test (negative). 

Student will need and are responsible for acquiring scrubs and shoes needed prior to completing onsite clinical experience, as well as their own gait belt. Scrubs: Purple top and black pants / Shoes: Closed toe, rubber soled shoes (prefer white or black shoes)

The Colorado Board of Nursing requires for every nurse aide student to complete 75 hours of program work of: attending all classes, complete all scheduled assignments, pass all the exams, and lastly attend all the scheduled clinical days.

Candidates that successfully complete all of the program work will continue to Pearson Vue for the certification test.

To register for your session please make your down payment below via PayPal. We also take cash, check and credit cards by phone or appointment. If you need special payment arrangements please notify the Program Director. Payment options are granted on a case by case basis.

For more information about our program see our FAQ page.

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