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news and events at CNA Classroom.
Lucky Ruiz, EMT and Maya Ruiz, Security will leave the state for Ohio starting January. Sorry to see them go. No more CPR classes to be provided at CNA Classroom.
DONNA LAWS, BLS INSTRUCTOR ADDED FOR PROVIDING THE 4 HOUR CEU CERTIFICATES FOR $20 TO HER CPR ECARDS OF $65. WATCH FOR HER SCHEDULE COMING SOON.
STARTING TIME FOR ALL MY CLASSES IS NOW 9AM FOR THE WINTER FOG SEASON.
As of Sept 30, 2021, Department of Public Health will continue Pandemic regulations for renewal until Dec 31, 2021.
As of Mar 2019, Department of Public Health suggests marking your mailing envelopes in the lower left hand corner with: "ATT: ATCS". This creats a faster and safer route to the correct department.
As of Feb 2019 Department of Health has published a new renewal form(283C) and a new Inservice/CEU record form (283A) to clarify the hours needed in each year. No signatures are required on 283a for CEU providers or nursing schools.
As of 6/2015
The DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH does not count CPR hours as CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS. a NAC provider is the only way to get those CEUs approved when renewing CNA/HHA certificates.
As of 8/2017-for Hanford area
CNAclassroom has partnered up with a CPR provider for the American Heart Association, Misty Gann, to bring you 4 hours of CEU while renewing/getting your CPR card.
Please go www.LifeSaversMobileCPR.com to register for the class. Or text Misty at
Due to the demand of classes and wanting to make sure that everyone is considered and appreciated for their valuable time in renewing their certificates, we are doing everything in our ability to insure that the limited seating we have are filled with actual students.
A returning student will be charged $1.00 per hour for each no call/no show for the remainder of your current renewal period. The cancelation must be done via text to 210-995-1928 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org for the documentation of cancelation.
EXAMPLE: Mr. Santa Claus has been a student for many years and his LOCKED IN RATE is $3.00 per hour, he calls in to schedule for 1-7-17 but misses it without notifying us. He re-calls to reschedule for 1-11-17 and makes it, for the duration of his renewal period his rate will be $4.00 per hr.
Mr. Santa Claus completes the renewal and calls again on 1-7-19 for an appointment for his new renewal; his LOCKED IN RATE of $3.00 per hour is back.
Students that have attended from: 02/2014 - present
$5.00 per hour
Thank you for your continued attendance
Please do not come to our classroom
without a confirmed registration.
Our CNA classroom has expanded so much we are over-flowing our space and need to insure that there will be a seat for each of our students.
This expansion is due to the wonderful students who pass the word around about how awesome we are at providing you with continuing education to renew your CNA/HHA.
We now need to pre-register your class date to insure that there will be a seat for you.
You can register on our home page or you can call us in order to save your seats.
You must have written confirmation from us.
NOW: as of 06/2015 If a CNA takes the HHA course they will get 26 hours of CEUs at completion of the HHA course.
IF YOUR CNA/HHA CERTIFICATE HAS EXPIRED AND YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE REQUIRMENTS: YOU MUST TAKE THE STATEBOARDS AGAIN. 2 years after the expiration date, if you did not take the Boards, you will have to repeat a school program.
CDPH 283 A (03/15) page 1&2: They are now requiring a
1. "SIGNATURE OF INSTRUCTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING"
"NAME" of provider or facility
The Inservice ID # or the NAC# of the provider
So what does this mean for you? It means that no matter where you get your CEUs you're going to have to have the provider sign off on the CDPH 283 A (03/15) or get a certificate of completion with their signature on it.
THE STATE IS NOT ACCEPTING THE FOLLOWING for 2017: The same course repeated in the same year. There is nothing found in writing but 2 students reported this happening to them. BEWARE
FORM CDPH 283C (08/12)
Directions page 2 of 2, line A) subline 1):
-CNA certificates must be renewed every two (2) years.
-You may renew your certificate any time within two (2) years AFTER the expiration date of your certificate. But they do not accept any classes done after your expiration date.
-You must have at least 12 hours of classes in each of your renewal years(Birthday to Birthday).
-If you also have a HHA card, those 12 hours must be in-class hours.
-If you only have a CNA card those 12 hours can be on-line or in-class hours.
NO OTHER EXCEPTIONS ARE BEING MADE WITH THE CA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
HHA renewals have to break up their continuing education to
First year 12 hours
Second year 12 hours
Total hours needed = 24 OF ONLY IN PERSON CLASSES>
"Certified nurses assistants who apply for renewal that were enrolled in a RN, LVN or Psych Tech program during their certification period do not have to complete the work requirement. Please attach proof that you were enrolled in any of those courses along with your renewal application. The transcripts do not have to be official. *end DPH quote*
the state has up-dated CNA CERTIFICATION renewal: located on
* We are trying to improve our current "news and event page"
Estimated time of accomplishment: Continual