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CNA Student Program

Discover the most meaningful work you will ever do.

Aspirus has partnered with Northcentral Technical College to offer a paid Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training Program.  Now is the time to start a new healthcare career, with paid tuition, a supplemental stipend, and a guaranteed position upon course completion.

The accelerated 5-week program allows participants to receive the education and experience needed to become a Certified Nursing Assistant, with the added support to guarantee success. Paid tuition, course materials and a stipend allow you to dedicate full-time attention to your new career.

Class enrollment is planned monthly and limited to 10 individuals per session.

Program Details:

  • Enrollment in a full-time accelerated 5-week CNA program through NTC
  • Aspirus pays for your tuition, books and scrubs in-full
  • Aspirus will provide you with a financial stipend for your time in class
  • Clinicals completed at Aspirus Wausau Hospital
  • Interview and accept a full-or-part-time CNA role within the Aspirus system upon completion of the program

As a Certified Nursing Assistant, you will do meaningful work with deeply caring co-workers, dedicated to providing excellent patient care. CNA’s interact directly with patients by aiding with daily living activities as well as checking of vital signs, weight, and height checks, etc. This position also assists in the patient admission process, answer call lights and monitoring patients.

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Questions?

If you have a question about the CNA program at Aspirus or would like us to contact you, call 715-847-2000 ext 50785 or fill out the form below.

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To apply for the CNA Student Program or for more information:

 

Contact: Jenna Schwabe
Aspirus Talent Delivery Partner
715-847-2000  ext 50785
jenna.schwabe@aspirus.org


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