You can change your life, and the lives of many others, in only six weeks' time when you train to be a CNA.
This rewarding career can launch your goals of becoming a healthcare professional. Many CNAs go on to earn nursing or other health professional credentials.
Jobs for CNAs (Certified Nurse Aides or Certified Nursing Assistants) are in high demand. Employment is expected to grow by 17% over the next few years.
MMCC's non-credit CNA program trains students to provide direct care in residential care or hospital settings.
CNAs earn competitive wages and work in a variety of settings:
- In-Home Healthcare Organizations
- Adult Day Care Centers
- Nursing Care Facilities
- Long Term Care
- Assisted Living Facilities
For qualified individuals, MI Works! or MI Rehab Services funding can offset course costs. Check with your local agency to find out if you qualify and for how much.