CNA & Home Health Aide

Certified Nurse Assistant: Classroom or Online Class options

Certified Nurse Assistant


Become a skilled healthcare professional through our Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program. Gain essential knowledge in patient care, medical terminology, and clinical skills. Benefit from hands-on training in real healthcare settings, guided by experienced instructors. Start your journey towards a fulfilling healthcare career today.

McKallen Medical Training is an official partner of the AMERICAN RED CROSS Nurse Assistant Training Program.

Students will learn the essential skills required to fulfill the responsibilities that comprise the full spectrum of patient care, including gathering vital medical information, maintaining a safe, clean environment, assisting patients with daily activities, and communicating vital health information about a patient’s condition to supervising RNs and LPNs and other medical staff. This program will prepare the student for certification by the State of California as an entry-level healthcare worker.

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Tuition: $1600 Classroom or Online

Registration Fee: $ 150 (non- refundable); FREE WITH TUITION GRANT ASSISTANCE APPROVAL

Payment Plan: Payment plans are available with AfterPay. The tuition and Lab fee will be divided into 4 Easy payments with 0% interest

Financial Assistance is available for students for tuition assistance. Please email admin@mckallenmedicaltraining to begin the TUITION assistance process.


Successful completion of the Nursing Assistant Training program requires the student to
complete the following:
a. Participate in all class, skills, and clinical sessions.
b. Maintain a minimum overall 80% grade.
c. Satisfactorily complete the required clinical hours and skills.
d. Successfully pass all clinical skills.




Clinical Hours


Summer In-Person Classroom Schedules

Option 1: (6 week course Day) Theory Classes are offered on campus in Rancho Cucamonga on Monday – Thursday 8:00am– 4:30pm.

Clinicals are available on Monday-Thursdays 7:00am-5:30pm at a local Skilled Nursing Facility. 

 Option 2: (11 week course) Weekend Theory Classes are offered on campus Saturday & Saturday 8:00am-4:30pm. 

Clinicals are available on Saturday & Sunday 7:00am-5:30pm at a local skilled nursing facility. 

**Skills Practice Labs are scheduled on Fridays or Saturdays in Rancho Cucamonga, CA**


Online Evening and Clinical Schedule

6 week course Online Theory Classes are offered online via Zoom on Monday – Thursday 4pm-9pm. 

Clinicals will be scheduled at local skilled nursing facility: Weekday Clinicals Monday-Thursday 7:00am-5:30pm

**Skills Practice Labs are scheduled on Fridays or Saturdays**

Skills Lab Locations:

  • Long Beach (Fridays)
  • West Los Angeles (Fridays)
  • Ontario (Saturdays)
  • Sacramento (Saturdays)
  • San Jose (Saturdays)

Home Health Aide

The Home Health Aide is an important member of the health care team who, under the direct supervision of a registered nurse, the HHA provides client centered nursing care in the client’s private home. The course is a 40-hour supplemental theory and clinical training program designed to prepare the CNA to become a Certified Home Health Aide. Theory classes will be held in the classroom and clinical hours will be at local skilled nursing facilities.


Registration Fee: $20.00 (non-refundable); FREE WITH TUITION ASSISTANCE APPROVAL

Required: Active California certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant
Theory: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 
Clinical hours: Saturday & Sunday 7:00am-3:00pm 

Requirements ​

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Ages 16 or above (must have parent or guardian permission if under 18)
  • Valid Government Photo ID (Driver License/State ID, Passport etc) 
  • Social security card or Tax ID Number (TIN) letter from IRS

Required Technology

  • Internet Access
  • Gmail email account
  • Microsoft Word software
  • Web camera

**Online classes will be taught via GOOGLE Classroom and ZOOM

Tuition includes

  • Textbook & Workbook

  • 1 uniform
  • CPR/BLS certification
  • Job assistance

  • Where are the clinical sites?

    We have clinical site located in Southern & Northern California.

    Sites Include: Riverside, Big Bear Lake, Sacramento, & Van Nuys .... more to come

  • What if I cant get my physical & TB completed by the first week?

    Due to covid delays, some students are experiencing delays with scheduling an appointment for physical and TB clearance. The physical & TB forms must be completed before starting clinical. Please inform the Program Director or your instructor VIA EMAIL if you experience any delay in scheduling your examination.

  • How Long is the CNA Training?

    The classes are 6 or 11 weeks long, Theory is taught during the first 3-5 weeks and the clinicals are completed at the skilled nursing facilities.

  • What days are classes held?
    • Theory Classes are held Monday through Thursday (Week 1-3) or Saturday & Sunday (Week 1-5)
    • The online classes are live classes taught via Zoom, you must be logged on to participate in the class
    • Clinicals are held Monday through Thursday (Weekday Clinicals: Week 4-6) or Saturday & Sunday (Weekend Clinicals: Week 2-6)

  • What if I miss a class?

    The class time missed will have to made up before receiving a certificate of completion.

  • Do you help with the CNA State test registration?

    Yes, we will assist you with test registration and provide helpful study materials to prepare you for the state exam.

  • Do you offer payment plans
    • Yes payment plans are offered for Biweekly payments options
    • Tuition payments can be divided into 4 easy payments will AfterPay, students will receive an enrollment link for the tuition payment plan after the course registration form has been submitted.
    • WOIA tuition assistance is also available for students, please visit your local center to schedule an appointment to discuss the state tuition assistance program; link:

  • How many people are in a class?

    Small class sizes are preferred. 12 students are the maximum for each class session.

  • Is Covid vaccination required?

    We follow the recommended guideline from the CDC, California Department of Health and the policies of the facilities that we have clinical partnerships with. Vaccination is required. Students will be working in healthcare facilities with healthcare providers and immunocompromised patients.

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