CPR BLS from AHA costs $50
First Aide from AHA costs $30
Core Nurse Delegation costs$60
Diabetes Nurse Delegation costs $50
HIV/AIDS 7 hours Training costs $50
We also offer DSHS approved:
DT&T NA Training School provides one-on-one skill tutoring. We also offer homework assistant
All DT&T NA Training School teachers are Registered Nurses licensed and approved to teach by the state.
All also have more than 10 years of experience supervising and teaching Nursing Assistants. We are also approved by American Heart Association to teach BLS CPR and first Aide
CNA Training School in Burien, WA
Links to the Department of Health, Regional Test Sites and Test Schedule:
WA State DOH Nursing Assistant Certification link
WA State DOH Nursing Assistant Registration
Washington NNAAP/ State Exam
Is this a state approved CNA Training School?
Yes! The school is licensed by WA state Workforce Training and Education Board, WA Department of Health and DSHS/Adult and Agining Service.
Successful candidates can sit for State/OBRA testing in order to be certified
The training for the nursing assistant costs $550. The $550 includes tuition, tax, CPR, Registration and 7 Hours of HIV/AIDS Training.
Training for the Nursing Assistant Classes are:
3 days a week for 4 weeks and 5 days of clinical.
Morning classes are:
Evening Classes are
Weekend classes are:
Reason for Becoming Nursing Assistant:
job satisfaction and security, competitive wages, and LPN/RN program requirement in many technical school, colleges and universities.
Graduate can work in skilled Nursing Facilities, Adult Family Homes, Home Care, Assisted Living, Hospitals, Retirement Homes and Rehabilitation Centers
Most of these facilities are open 24 hours of a day and 7 days a week and 365 days in a year with great benefits and the chance to work overtime.
Some skilled nursing facilities and hospitals pay more than $14 per hour with good benefits.
The privilege of taking care of another human being and the satisfaction we can get by making positive changes on someone's life is the most essential part of being a nursing assistant.
Why DT&T NA Training School?