Want A Career in Healthcare?
Get your Certified Nursing Assistant certification in Bonners Ferry through North Idaho College and Boundary Community Hospital
Scholarships for 2018 Spring Semester – March through May Available – Apply online
Classes held Tuesdays and Thursdays (days) in Bonners Ferry at the Fry Healthcare Education Center (on Kaniksu Street across from the main hospital building).
In affiliation with North Idaho College (NIC), Boundary Community Hospital provides classes to earn a State of Idaho certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) four times a year. The course consists of 120 hours of instruction: 80 hours in the classroom and 40 hours of clinical experience. At the end of the 120 hours of training, the student will take a certification examination at the North Idaho Workforce Training Center in Post Falls, Idaho.
When certified, the Nursing Assistant can work throughout the State of Idaho and within those states that have a reciprocity agreement with the State of Idaho.
CNA training can begin as early as age 16 with no maximum age limit. A high school or college diploma is not a prerequisite for either the training or the certification. Graduates are work-ready.
Class meets at the Fry Healthcare Education Center, across from the hospital, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday of each week.
CNA Semester Schedule
- 2018 Spring Semester – March through May – REGISTER TODAY – SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
- 2018 Summer Semester – June through August
- 2018 Fall Semester – October through December
- 2018 Winter Semester – January through March
Contact (208) 267-3141 ext 4312; Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracey Maas, RN has been a CNA instructor since the 1990s. Tracey Maas is a compassionate and knowledgeable instructor working with the students to succeed in learning the subject material.
Scholarships May Be Available
Please ask Tracey if scholarships are available for the semester you are registering for. CNA scholarships may be offered by Boundary Community Hospital to cover the cost of Tuition. Scholarship recipients may be offered a CNA position in Boundary Community Hospital’s award-winning Extended Care Facility.* Students will have to pay for their Gate belt and testing fees.
See the Boundary Community Hospital Careers page for current CNA opportunities.