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The primary objective of the CNA 1 program is to provide students with the hands-on training necessary to offer high-quality care to patients while working alongside other qualified healthcare professionals.

Course offerings include training in skilled nursing facilities. Students divide their time between classroom and laboratory instructions.

This course will prepare students to sit for the North Carolina State Boards Exam. Students who are successful in the exam will become certified through the state of North Carolina. (It is the responsibility of the student to pay for any exams.)

Listing on Nurse Aide I registry

The NA I in North Carolina is regulated and listed on the Nurse Aide I Registry by the state Division of Health Services Regulation, which is part of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. To become listed as a Nurse Aide I, federal regulations require that all candidates pass a state competency exam that consists of both a written and skills exam.

  • The State Exam has two parts: 70-question, computer-based exam and five skills.
  • Registration for the State Exam is done by online registration at least 12 days prior to the exam date. Payment will be in the form of a debit or credit card paid to Credentia, which administers the test.
  • The exam cost is $140 and is separate from NA I tuition.
  • Those who have successfully completed the exam will be listed as a Nurse Aid I on the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry.

For more information regarding the State Exam, visit Credentia’s website

This is an 6-week course, in-person. $795.00 ( DATES LISTED BELOW)

$300.00 tuition deposit is due with registration fee (This is deducted from the $795.00 tuition fee)

Registration Fee $150 (Registration fee is separate from the Course fee).

Total: $945.00 (DATES LISTED BELOW)

These items below are CNA 1 free when you make your first Course Payment:





Immunization and Documents that is required:


  1. Two forms of Identification 1st being a government issue ID and 2nd being a social security card (not laminated).
  2. High School/GED/Current or latest Transcripts
  3. Measles (Rubeola), Mumps & Rubella (MMR)Provide 2 vaccines or a positive antibody titer.
  4. Varicella (Chicken Pox). Provide either two vaccines or a titer.
  5. Hepatitis B. Please submit 3 Hepatitis B vaccinations or an IGG lab report of your antibody titers.
  6. Tuberculosis (TB) is a two-step skin test administered 1-3 weeks apart meaning you will need two shots. The second reading has to be done 7 days after the first reading. We can only accept the previous test that has been administered in less than 12 months. (Not required if QuantiFERON was given.)
  7. Tetanus, Diphtheria, & Pertussis (Tdap) that was administered within the past 10 years for approval.
  8. Influenza (Flu)
  9. CPR certificate that is only provided through the American Heart Association. We can provide that course to students for $55.
  10. Physical

$92 fee for Criminal, Drug Screening, & Clinical requirements


  1. Covid-19 Vaccine and Booster

According to the United States Department of Labor:

The average salary for a CNA 1 is $22.32 per hour in North Carolina and $4,502 overtime per year. 360 salaries reported, updated on March 20, 2023 (Per Indeed).

Nursing Assistants and Orderlies : Occupational Outlook Handbook: : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (

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