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Saint Antoine’s Health Care Training Collaborative (HCTC) ) is a Certified Nursing Assistant training program which provides education and employment opportunities for individuals to become compassionate and skilled healthcare professionals with the life-skills necessary to achieve financial stability. Through a grant received from the REAL JOBS RI initiative through the RI Department of Labor & Training, with supplemental funding provided by Saint Antoine Residence, the CNA training program is offered FREE of charge to all eligible participants.

Come join the Saint Antoine Community Team!

Program Requirements

• Must be a Rhode Island Resident
• Must be 18 years old & not a full-time high school student
• Must be able to pass a BCI (Criminal Background Check)
• Must be able to pass a TABE Test (Test of Adult Basic Education) at a 6th grade level
• Must be able to push or pull 70 lbs
• Cannot owe back taxes to the state of RI
• Must be willing to commit to working as a CNA for at least 30 hours per week for one year at Saint Antoine Residence

General Program Information

• 8 Week Program (6 Weeks of CNA Training, 2 Weeks Clinical Rotation on a Unit)
• Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 3:30-9:30pm at Saint Antoine Residence
• Wednesday is used as a make up day for inclement weather, holidays, etc.

The first step in the application process is to attend an Information Session. Info sessions are offered every Wednesday from 3:00 – 4:00pm at Saint Antoine Residence, 10 Rhodes Avenue, Woonsocket, RI.

CNA classes are typically offered in January, April and September. (Next class begins December 18, 2017 – there will be no classes the weeks of Christmas and New Years)

For more information please contact 401-767-3500 x 103 or email cnatraining@stantoine.net.

HealthCare Training Collaborative is proud to be funded by the Real Jobs RI

**HCTC program of the Saint Antoine Community is possible through an innovative partnership grant from Real Jobs RI.

HCT is a WIA (Workforce Investment Act), Department of Human Services & Office of Rehabilitative Services Approved Training Site. Program cost per student is covered by fundraised monies and vendor funding.

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