CNA, Home Health Aide Training & More
Allied Health Training Stands Out From The Crowd


This is an 11 week course that prepares each student to sit for the National Dialysis Boards.

What do dialysis technicians do?
Dialysis technicians assist people with kidney failure. Dialysis Technicians work primarily in hospitals, outpatient clinics or in home dialysis settings. They may also have titles of dialysis tech, renal dialysis technician, hemodialysis technician, and nephrology technician. LEARN MORE

Industry Preferred Certification

International License
(can work anywhere in the world)


Certified Home Health Aide
The Home Health Aide can work in personal homes and assisted living facilities, all require the Home Health Aide to act as a liaison between the RN (Registered Nurse) or the LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) and the patient. LEARN MORE

Become a Certified Nursing Assistant in just 4 weeks!

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there will be a 20 percent increase from 2010 to 2020 in the healthcare industry’s need for CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants). Many health care facilities recognize the important role that a qualified and compassionate Certified Nurse Aide or Home Health Aide can play in providing quality care to their organization. Many nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants choose to leave the profession to get more training. Learn more about training for a position in the health care industry as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).