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FAQ

Nothing, but words.  CNA or Certified Nursing Assistant and NAC or Nursing Assistant, Certified are the same certification.

In most states, a certified nursing assistant will use the CNA designation.  In Washington State, the designation is written as nursing assistant -certified or NAC.

Numerous local businesses are always looking for qualified nursing assistants.  Jobs may be available at hospitals, doctors’ offices, clinics, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes and home health agencies.

As a student of Caremark Clinical Education, we can help you on your path.

Courses to obtain your certificate can vary among programs.  Caremark offers intensive courses that can move you through your coursework in approximately 3 weeks.  We also offer more moderate-paced courses that take approximately 6 weeks to complete.

In Washington State, it is required that a combined minimum of 85 hours consisting of classroom time, skills labs and clinical time be complete before obtaining a certificate and taking the required test to become certified.  At Caremark, we go above and beyond those minimum requirements to ensure quality training and set our students up for success.

If you are interested in the NAC Course or the HCA-NAC Bridge Program, you must apply for admission.  Follow this link to apply online, or call us with questions.

If you are interested in one of our CPR/First Aid Courses, you can register by visiting our CPR page, or calling the office to sign up. For our Continuing Education courses or Nurse Delegation, we encourage you to contact our office as we work to get our website fully operational.  We can be reached at 509-457-0654

Any one!  You can take it individually or with a group or business. We are an EMS-certified training program. Participants must be at least 16 years old to be officially certified, but anyone is able to take the class and learn. Check out our calendar of upcoming classes to find a time that works for you!