Who we are
The CNA Instructor Consultants LLC was created out of frustration with the lack of mentorship and guidance for those looking to start a CNA/Nurse Aide Training Program. We help individuals and institutions alike prepare their state application for the Nurse Aide Training Program in all 50 states.
We specialize in the following:
Products and services
The Secret Cocktail Commitment
When you partner with us, we’ll help you find and UNDERSTAND every specific requirements your state has with regard to opening up a CNA Training School. No need to worry about hunting down & interpreting each different credentialing form. We got you covered!
You’ll receive continuing support 90 days post approval.
Getting approved is the first step. After you go through our program, we’ll send you weekly resources to make sure your first 90 days are successful. You’ll also receive Grand Opening Support!
You’ll receive fast communication.
We pride ourselves in providing fast feedback and assistance. We return all emails and calls within 24 hours of receipt. Complete project management clients will have direct access to their Project Coordinator M-F from 9am-3pm.
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