19 Apr Free CNA Classes in Arizona
Underprivileged youth between 16-24 years old can take advantage of the Fred G. Acosta Arizona Job Corps. It’s a special training program for those who cannot afford to send themselves to school, let alone complete a degree or certification. Accepted students get to enroll in an approved school or program for free, receive allowances twice a month, and stay in accommodations complete with excellent facilities. Meals are additionally provided. The Job Corps extends to counties that include Graham, La Paz, Navajo, and Mohave.
Another option is to apply to health care facilities such as Banner Thunderbird Medical Center. These sites provide free CNA classes to their employees. Other hospices, nursing homes, and clinics open their classes to the public. You can also check out the class and job listings in your church or community board.
Recommended centers include the following:
- Silver Ridge Village
- Gardens Care Center
- Catalina Health Care Center
- Brighton Gardens of Scottsdale