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8 Best Oklahoma City CNA Classes By Popularity [UPDATED 2021]

This is a list of 8 best CNA programs in Oklahoma City by popularity. Each program has a link to the specific program page of the official website, to help you find more information. Updated in 2021.

MedNoc Training College

Programs Offered: Certified Nurse Aide

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Location: 2828 NW 57th Street, Suite 120, Oklahoma City, OK 73112

MedNoc Training College offers a program of Certified Nurse Aide. The program is a 2-week class with about 77-hour training. After you complete the class, you will be ready to take Oklahoma State Certification Exam. If you pass the exam, you will be Certified Nurse Aide.

According to the website, the class will be taught by a licensed nurse as an instructor.



Both day class and night class are offered.



      
Moore Norman Technology Center

Programs Offered: Nurse Aide (CNA)

Popularity: 

Location: Franklin Road Campus, 4701 12th Avenue NW, Norman, OK 73069; South Penn Campus, 13301 S. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, OK 73170

Moore Norman Technology Center offers CNA training program.

You can take the 91-hour program for Home Health/ Long Term Care Nurse Aide. Alternatively, you can take the 75-hour program of Long Term Care Nurse Aide.

Established in 1972, Moore Norman Technology Center is one of 29 technology centers within Oklahoma.



      
      
Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center

Programs Offered: Certified Nursing Aid for Long Term Care

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Location: 4601 N Choctaw Rd Choctaw, OK 73020

Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center offers a program of Certified Nursing Aid for Long Term Care.

The 219-hour program is composed of three courses: health career core I, core healthcare provider CPR & first aid, and long term care aid.

The technology center is located in Choctaw, about 21 miles west of Oklahoma City, OK.



      
Metro Technology Centers

Programs Offered: Nurse Aide Program

Popularity: 

Location: 1900 Springlake Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73111-5238

Metro Technology Centers offers a nurse aide training program.

The program includes courses of health careers core curriculum, medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, healthcare provider CPR and First Aid, and long-term care assistant.

Founded in 1979, Metro Technology Centers has been a technology and career center with four campuses.



Mid-America Technology Center

Programs Offered: CNA-Long Term Care Course

Popularity: 

Location: 27438 OK-59, Wayne, OK 73095

Mid-America Technology Center offers a CNA/ Long Term Care Aide program.

The technology center is located in Wayne, 44 miles south of Oklahoma City.

The program is a 104-hour training, and you may find several classes starting at various dates with different schedules.



Francis Tuttle

Programs Offered: Nurse Aide Program

Popularity: 

Location: 1277 N. Rockwell Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73142

Francis Tuttle offers a nurse aide program to high school students.

The part-time program should be completed in 9 months. It includes courses as health careers core I, college and career readiness in healthcare, CPR & first aide, medical terminology, anatomy & physiology, and nurse aide.



Canadian Valley Technology Center

Programs Offered: CNA Program

Popularity: 

Location: Cowan Campus, 1701 S Czech Hall Road, Yukon, OK 73099

Canadian Valley Technology Center offers a CAN program in both Chickasha Campus and Cowan Campus. According to Google Map, Cowan Campus is only 14.2 miles west of Oklahoma City.

The program covers requirements dictated by Oklahoma State Department of Health. After completing the program, you need to pass the State Citification Exam to become a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA).



Oklahoma City Community WorkAdvance

Programs Offered: Certified Nursing Assistant

Popularity: 

Location: 907 S. Detroit Ave., Suite 210, Oklahoma City, OK 74120

Oklahoma City Community Work Advance prepares Oklahoma Cityns for jobs in various careers.

The CAN program covers topics like delivering and coordinating patient care, measuring a patient’s vital signs, assisting patients with bathing, dressing, and other activities, educating patients of health conditions, and providing support to patients.