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About the Course


Theory Classes Monday-Wednesday

Clinical on Thursdays



  • Appropriately assist residents with activities of daily living

  • Check residents’ vital signs

  • Create professional communication by use of correct medical terminology

  • Don and doff personal protective equipment

  • Perform clinical handwashing/ medical asepsis technique

  • Understand medical laws such as HIPPA

  • Use correct body mechanics to transfer residents


Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s), also known as nurses aides, orderlies, and home health aides, work under the supervision of a nurse and provide assistance to individuals with daily living tasks.


There are many different entities of health care that are awaiting the new nursing assistant/CNA graduate. Hospitals such as UAB, Brookwood Medical Center,  Princeton Baptist Medical Center, as well as a variety of home health agencies and nursing homes are searching for up and coming medical field specialists looking for a career as nursing assistants.


Our primary focus is to produce top notch nursing assistants/ CNA's and health care professionals.



Curriculum is developed to align with the Prometric exam program

Program available onsite at D.Hill School of Healthcare Services, LLC (Birmingham, AL campus)


This course will introduce the student to an ever-changing world of the nursing field. It will focus on the role of a Certified Nursing Assistant while developing professional skills.


The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program offers a certificate of completion, which will make the student eligible to sit for their state boards exam through Prometric. The training program is designed for those who wish to begin or expand their careers in the health/ medical field.


The CNA program will train students in broad areas of assisting residents with activities of daily living, anatomy/physiology, disease prevention, medical terminology, and professionalism.



Students who successfully complete (36hrs of laboratory, 36hrs of theory lecture, and 24 clinical hours) 96 clock hours in a term will have completed the program and will be able eligible to take the Prometric's State exam. After student has passed their nurse aide certification exam, they will be granted a CNA Certificate of Completion. The CNA students will be certified and registered through the Alabama Department of Public Health. With the certification... read more


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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Enrollment

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