Becoming a Certified Nurse Aide can be just a short couple of months away if you enroll today in accredited CNA classes in North Dakota.
Programs accredited by the North Dakota Department of Health are available at hospitals, vocational schools, nursing homes, technical schools and community colleges such as Turtle Mountain Community College. There are also online CNA programs for those who do not live near one of these training centers.
Listed below are a few of the top courses that you could choose from. You may contact these CNA programs directly through the forms we’ve provided for your convenience.
As is true with most healthcare positions, the demand for new nurse aides is expected to be strong through the end of the decade. The North Dakota Labor Market Information Center projects an increase of 11% for new CNA jobs through the year 2020.
|State||2010||2020||Percent Change||Projected Job Openings|
|North Dakota Hourly||$10.40||$11.83||$13.31||$14.85||$17.25|
|North Dakota Yearly||$21,600||$24,600||$27,700||$30,900||$35,600|
There are a series of three steps which must be completed if one would like to become a Certified Nurse Aide in North Dakota. These required steps include:
- Enrollment and graduation from a CNA course approved by the North Dakota Department of Health
- Within 24 months of completing the training program, you must pass the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) exam for certification
- Get your name listed on the North Dakota Nurse Aide Registry