Why be a Nurse Aide (CNA)?





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Published on Nov 12, 2012

Classes Starting Soon!

PCW (Fri/Sat/Sun): Nov 16 | Nov 30 | Dec 14
NA (Day): Nov 26 | Jan 7 | Feb 4​
NA (Sat/Eve): Jan 5 | Feb 9 | Mar 16
2598 Palmer Park Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO


(719) 362-7711

About Us Why be a Caregiver? NA Class PCW Class Curriculum & Staff Our Facility

Colorado State Board of Nursing
Approved Program
We know that going back to school may be intimidating for some people, which is why they may prefer attending a private school.

Our PCW class is a weekend long, so you can interview on Monday. Our NA class offers two different tracks, daytime and Saturday/Evenings. Our NA class offers two different tracks: daytime and Saturday/evenings.

​Our programs are designed to be available for a wide variety of people: parents who want to work while their children are in school; people who want to work with injured veterans; people who want to work with people with special needs; family members who want to care for their loved ones at home; high school students who are interested in the healthcare industry; college students who are pursing a career in the healthcare industry, but need to work while attending classes; and anyone who is currently unemployed and looking for work.

Colorado Springs Job Potential
Why be a Caregiver?
​According to the 2010 United States Census, 10% of our residents are over the age of 65. This is approximately 40,000 people in our area who might benefit from the services of a PCW or NA. This number will continue to increase as our population ages over the next decade.
As a Caregiver, you provide compassionate care for the elderly, wounded veterans, adults with developmental disabilities, and children with special needs. The projected growth rate for Caregivers is expected to explode by 2020, as our population continues to age. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job growth is expected to be: 20% for Nursing Aides (2X the national average)


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