CNA Classes in Virginia

CNAs in Virginia typically earn between $22,000 and $30,000 per year with those with experience making even more. As an occupation that does not require a college degree, it is becoming quite popular.

There are many qualified CNA Classes in Virginia; just a few are listed below:

  • Accuhealth Educational Systems located on Forest Hill Avenue in Richmond

  • Danville Community College on South Main Street in Danville

  • American Red Cross located on East Cary Street in Richmond

  • Richmond Technical Center High School Program located on Westbrook Avenue in Richmond

  • Chesterfield County Public Schools Tech Center located in Chesterfield

  • Dabney S Lancaster Community College in Clifton Forge

  • Henrico County Public Schools Adult Education Center in Highland Springs

  • Hermitage Technical Center Nurse Aid Education Program in Henrico

  • NHC Healthcare of Bristol located on North Street in Bristol

  • Virginia Highland Community College in Abingdon

  • Care Experts Medical Institute, LLC in Alexandria

  • Columbia College in Fairfax

State regulations require CNA training in Virginia to have a minimum of 120 hours of CNA classes in Virginia of which 40 hours is providing direct client care, however 24 hours of classroom instruction must be performed before having direct client contact. Additionally, after finishing training the applicant must pass the Virginia Board competency evaluation.

For those wishing to expand on their CNA career, they can obtain an advanced certification – Advanced Certified Nurse Aide (ACNA) as follows:

  • Hold CNA certificate for a minimum of three years

  • Have no claims of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of client property within five years

  • Be recommended by a licensed nurse under which you have been supervised for a minimum of six months in previous year

  • Complete 120 hours in an approved advanced training program

  • Complete application including paying the appropriate fee