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Our CNA/GNA classes are conveniently located in downtown Baltimore, MD with FREE garage parking at 210 St. Paul Place garage for our students. Our CNA/GNA classes are flexible and are designed to fit the busy lives of our students. Students have the option of completing the CNA/GNA program in the morning, evening or weekend.

Daytime CNA/GNA Program Class Schedule

  • 4 weeks in duration
  • Includes 3 weeks of classroom and 1 week of clinical
  • Class hours: Monday-Friday from 9 am – 2:30 pm
  • Clinical hours: Monday-Friday from 7 am – 3:30 pm
Upcoming CNA/GNA training schedule of classes for the Daytime Certified Nursing Assistant training program.
Daytime Program
Start Dates
Daytime Program
End Dates
May 20June 14
June 17July 12
July 15August 9
August 12September 6

To find out how to register for the CNA/GNA training program, see our registration page.

Evening CNA/GNA Program Class Schedule

  • 5 weeks in duration
  • Includes 4 weeks of classroom and 1 week of clinical
  • Class hours: Monday-Thursday from 5 pm-10 pm
  • Clinical hours: Monday-Friday from 3 pm-11:30 pm
Upcoming CNA/GNA training schedule of classes for the Evening Certified Nursing Assistant training program.
Evening Program
Start Dates
Evening Program
End Dates
June 24July 26

To find out how to register for the CNA/GNA training program, see our registration page.

Weekend CNA/GNA Program Class Schedule

  • 9 weeks in duration
  • Includes 6.5 weeks of classroom and 2.5 weeks of clinical
  • Class hours: Saturday from 9 am-4 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm
  • Clinical hours: Saturday and Sunday from 7 am-3:30 pm
Upcoming CNA/GNA training schedule of classes for the Weekend Certified Nursing Assistant training program.
Weekend Program Weekend Program Dates
June 29August 25

Requirements for Enrollment

For Traditional CNA/GNA Program:

Registration Requirements 1 – 4 have to be met by the time of registration.

Registration requirements 5 – 8 have to be met by the first day of class.

  1. Bring your photo ID and your social security card
  2. Complete our enrollment application in person
  3. Bring your high school diploma, college diploma or  GED. If you don’t have a high school diploma you can take a basic English proficiency test.
  4. Bring your $100.00 registration fee. Payments can be made by credit card (VISA, Mastercard, and American Express), cashier check or money order.
  5. Acceptable Background check. The background check will be performed at the school.
  6. CPR certification from American Heart Association or American Red Cross. A CPR class will be offered during the course of the program. The cost of the 5-hour class is $60.00.
  7. Proof of Hepatitis B vaccine or signed waiver form. Click here for the Hepatitis B waiver form.
  8. Proof of a current health physical examination and PPD (Tuberculosis) test within 9 months of the enrollment date. Click here for the school physical form.

Traditional CNA/GNA Program Tuition and Costs

Grand Total$1345.00
Tuition$1145.00
Registration Fee$ 100.00
Textbook and Workbook$ 50.00
Background Check for CNA License-Payable to CJIS$ 50.00

Payment Plans

Morning & Evening CNA/GNA Training Program Payment Schedule

Amount Due Date
$100.00At Registration
$445.00First Day of Class
$400.00Week 2
$400.00Week 3
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