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CNA Training Program

The Independence Center CNA Training Program

Welcome to our multi-award winning Colorado Springs nurse aide training program for students wanting to obtain the necessary training that is required to become a professional Certified Nurse Aide (CNA).

CNA Training Program Tour

Take a video tour of the new CNA Training location in downtown Colorado Springs

Choose The Independence Center (The IC) CNA Training Program for your nurse aide training because we:

 

  • Are approved by the Colorado State Board of Nursing
  • Have a team of experienced and friendly professional nurses and staff
  • Offer both daytime and evening courses
  • Are the top training program recommended by most local employers of CNAs
  • Have trained over 3,000 nurse aides as of December 2016, including many RN, PA & MD program applicants/graduates, nursing home administrators, international students, veterans and veteran spouses
  • Will strive to help you achieve your goal of becoming a professional CNA!

If you need help paying for tuition for the CNA certification, please contact the Pikes Peak Workforce Center first! You can reach them at 719.667.3791.

Testimonials

Lauren

"I am a recent graduate of The IC CNA School and a new employee to The IC. I am so proud to be a part of such a warm and caring team! I loved how the course is fast, to the point, yet very thorough. And the great part is that it’s taught in a way that you will never forget. I was able to ace both my written and clinical exams! I feel confident with my training that I have the foundation that I need to be an effective and efficient CNA. Thank you to The IC for my new career and for being such a bright light for people with disabilities!"

Michelle

"I am a recent graduate of the program and a current employee of The Independence Center. It was a thorough program. The information contained in the program will be so invaluable to me. I will be to get a better job and be able to support my family. I would recommend this program to anyone looking to become a CNA. I was glad for the opportunity to further my career."