Our new CNA Hybrid Online program provides an option for students who wish to take advantage of distance learning opportunities. This program is offered in a hybrid format and includes online modules with in-person clinical learning. Students complete six modules of nursing theory that cover all of the same material as our in-class CNA courses. Students also complete skills training in our nursing lab and clinical training at a local nursing facility. CNA online classes are supported by the Blackboard Learn course management system.
This program is approved by the Connecticut Department of Public Health. Note: Convicted felons may have difficulty finding employment in the healthcare industry.
Is online learning suitable for you?
Are you ready for learning online?
Are you prepared for online learning?
Students enrolling in the CNA Online program should determine if Distance Learning is an option for them. To screen yourself please visit our Distance Learning webpage and take a SmarterMeasure test at mxcc.edu/distance/take-a-smartermeasure-test.
Prerequisites: 1) High-school diploma or GED. 2) English language competency. ESL evaluation is strongly recommended. To schedule your evaluation, please call the Academic Success Center at 860-343-5770 and ask for an appointment to take the CNA ESL test. There is no charge. 3) Health Form signed by your physician including immunization information, PPD test for Tuberculosis, and seasonal flu vaccine. 4) Must be at least 18 years of age with valid identification. 5) Artificial nails not permitted. 6) A criminal background check may be required. Students who have a record of felonies or multiple misdemeanors may be denied access to clinical training sites.
Supplies: 1) Navy blue nursing uniform or scrubs and white shoes. 2) A watch with a sweep second hand 3) Gait Belt (available in the MxCC bookstore on the Middletown campus).
Cost: $1,199 (includes Connecticut Certification exam fee, and CT Nurse Aide Registry application fee)
Textbook is not included.
Summer 2018 Courses
Fall 2018 Courses