Have you been thinking about training to become a certified nursing assistant? Now is the time! The State of Minnesota will reimburse all students who successfully become employed as a CNA and pay for any costs!
Note: The state funded CNA training program has expired. However, people who become employed at a nursing home or similar facility in Minnesota can still have their CNA training costs reimbursed. Contact us for more information.
How to Access CNA Training in Minnesota
We’re currently offering CNA courses at our Minneapolis, Mankato and Duluth locations, with a portion of the coursework completed online.
Qualifications for CNA Training and Employment
In order to qualify for reimbursed training and incentives, participants must be at least 16 years old and fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You must be willing to successfully complete the training program, and must pass the nursing assistant competency exam within four months of being hired. Employers generally require a TB screening, criminal background check, and the ability to speak English and lift 35 pounds.
Do you have any questions about the HeartCert CNA training program or the state incentives? Give HeartCert a call at 651-261-2314.
There’s never been a better time to become a CNA in Minnesota. This program may not last long, so don’t wait – register for a CNA training course with HeartCert today!
HeartCert CPR is your trusted training partner for CPR, ACLS, PALS, EMR, First Aid, CNA, IV and more, in Minnesota and throughout the United States.
HeartCert CPR courses include CPR/AED/First Aid and CPR/AED, Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Certified Nursing Assistant training. Courses and certifications from both the American Heart Association and American Red Cross are available.