"Attending DT&T Nursing Assistant Training School has a great experience. The instructor displayed highest level of professionalism, knowledge and many years of practical experience. He was also up-to-date on current state testing requirements. The class atmosphere was friendly, thus making it not only interesting but also fun. My favorite part was going to a local nursing home for practical experience. "
Dee J. Friesen
(Graduate of May 2012)
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
DT&T NA Training School provides one-on-one skill tutoring. We also offer homework assistant
" An exceptional program with dedicated and professional teachers who are very well versed in CNA skills and training. I would highly recommend this school to anyone looking to become a CNA. The primary instructor is very professional, positive and caring. He genuinely wanted us to succeed and took the time to help us refine our skills. He was patient, kind and always had a smile."
(Graduate of April 2014)
"I took this CNA course in August 2012. Not only the tuition was affordable and the class convenient but also the teachers were professional and knowledgeable about what they were teaching. After graduating from the course, I took the state exam and easily passed on my first attempt. DT&T Nursing Assistant Training school provided me with everything I needed to become CNA.
Thank you DT&T! "
(Graduate of September 2012)
148 SW 153rd St Suite 201
Burien, WA 98166
(206) 387 5858
CNA Training School in Burien, WA
The school teaches the basic physical, emotional, and psychological client care with proper communication and ethical behavior that maintains clients rights and safety.
Over the past several years, our staff has helped more than 1,000 students improve their study habits, comprehension, and test-taking skills. As a result, these students have earned better test scores and grades, and grown in self-esteem and confidence; many of them became nurses and others working as CNAs in many hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and other healthcare settings. We continue to do that and love celebrating those victories with our students.
In response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and physical distancing guidelines, 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.