Links to the Department of Health, Regional Test Sites and Test Schedule:

​Online Applications:

WA State DOH Nursing Assistant Certification link


WA State DOH Nursing Assistant Registration


Washington NNAAP/ State Exam


This is a training program that prepares students for healthcare facilities to assist clients/residents under the direct supervision of licensed nurses and helps to fulfill a requirement for those who want to be nurses in nursing schools.

Welcome to the Learning Center!

  • CPR BLS from AHA costs $70
  • First Aide from AHA costs $60

We also offer WA State DSHS approved Classes:

  • Core Nurse Delegation costs $70
  • Diabetes Nurse Delegation costs $60
  • HIV/AIDS 7 hours Training costs $60
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Training-costs $80
  • Dementia Level 1 Specialty Training -$90
  • Mental Health Level 1 Specialty Training-$90
  • Population Specific Training
  • Orientation and Safety-$90
  • Continued Education (CE) 12 hours

Other Classes we offer:

We are offering classes online for the theoretical portion of the program and we have in-person training for the skills portion of the program. We do have morning and evening classes with certain conditions. You can see below the days and times of the classes that will be offered. We are open to in-person registration. If you have any questions, you can call (206) 387 5858.

DT&T NA Training School

148 SW 153rd St Suite 201

Burien, WA 98166 

(206) 387 5858

​​DT&T Nursing Assistant Training School

CNA Training School in Burien, WA

  • We accept personal check , money order, cash, debit and major credit cards.
  • We assist our graduate on direct job placement in Skilled Nursing Facilities, Adult Family Homes and Assisted Living Facilities. 

We also work with many agencies for job placement 


DT&T NA Training School provides one-on-one skill tutoring. We also offer homework assistant

Our Instructors

All DT&T NA Training School teachers are  Registered Nurses licensed and approved to teach by the state.

All instructors 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

​​​​Is this a state-approved CNA Training School?

Yes! The school is licensed by the WA State Workforce Training and Education Board, WA  State Department of Health and DSHS/Adult and Ageing Services. The school has been in business for more than 10 years.

Successful graduates/candidates can sit for State/OBRA testing in order to be certified. 

We are approved to teach the online classes during the pandemic.

​​​​​The training for the nursing assistant costs $750  The $750 includes tuition, tax, books, CPR, lab materials, registration and 7 Hours of HIV/AIDS Training. 

Training for the Nursing Assistant Classes are:

4 days of a week for weeks and required 40 working or Volunteering hours as a Nursing Assistant Registered (NAR) instead of clinical; then 4 days in-person skills practice, evaluation and CPR training. This is offered only during the pandemic.

Morning classes are:

  • Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

The Following government and non-government agencies have paid for our students' tuition costs in the past:

  • YWCA:
  • Worksource:

  • TRAC Associates:
  • Center for Career alternatives:
  • Neighborhood House
  • WA State DSHS
  • Friends of Youth
  • Synergy Homecare
  • SEIU Healthcare 1199NW
  • Burien Nursing and Rehab 
  • Refugee Women's Alliance (RWA)

If a potential student has financial issues to pay for the school fees, we may be able to help, so call or text (206) 387 5858.


Reason for Becoming a Nursing Assistant:

job satisfaction and security, competitive wages, and LPN/RN program requirement in many technical schools, colleges, and universities. 

A 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 $22 per hour with good benefits. 

The privilege of taking care of another human being and the satisfaction that can be gained by making positive changes on someone's life is the most essential part of being a nursing assistant.

Why DT&T NA Training School?

  • 15 + years dedicated and experienced  Nurses/instructors
  • locally educated and  worked nurses
  • Affordable tuition with a payment plan.
  • 5-star local Skilled Nursing Facility- for clinical
  • Personalized instruction
  • Working hand-in-hand with the students' ability to learn and grasp the subject matter
  • Making success stories one student at a time
  • A small group of students
  • We believe in a 2nd chance
  • Flexible -students can switch back and forth- morning and evening if they want to.
  • Short hours of classes
  • The school provides all required skills'  materials and instruments/devices during school practice time so no need to buy things like gloves and Blood Pressure Cuffs.However, buying your own Blood Pressure Cuff is recommended to practice more hours at home.

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Clinical fulfilled via NAR




Clinical fulfilled via NAR




Clinical fulfilled via NAR


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Clinical fulfilled via. NAR




Clinical fulfilled via NAR



Clinical fulfilled via NAR


​​​                    Evening Classes are:

                      Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays                        from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM