Search for CNA Classes in Your Area

Request Information Regarding CNA Classes, Medical Assistant Programs, and LPN Programs in your area by entering your zip code below.

In Colorado, Certified Nursing Aides (CNAs) are professional care-givers who help licensed nurses provide care for patients or clients. CNA duties involve helping the client perform daily activities, such as feeding, toileting, bathing, dressing, transferring, and ambulating. Other CNA duties include ensuring that clients confined to hospital beds or wheelchairs enjoy a proper range of motion or remain in a position that facilitates healing and recovery. In addition, a CNA measures and records the client’s vital signs: pulse, temperature, blood pressure, oxygen level, and respiration. A CNA records any changes in the client’s vital signs or behavior and reports these changes to the nurse. Given such important tasks and duties, CNAs are key members of the client’s primary care team, often spending more time with the client than do nurses and doctors. In many cases, a CNA is indispensable to the client’s daily routine and care regimen.

CNA Training Program

For many people, Certified Nursing Aide (CNA) training programs represent an important first step toward establishing a career in medicine or care-giving. CNA training programs prepare CNA candidates for such careers by providing a sturdy foundation of knowledge and hands-on experience in the field. As demand for nursing care grows in an aging population, employment opportunities abound for those who become a CNA. Colorado residents who are interested in becoming a CNA will find the following information useful.

Requirements for Becoming a CNA in Colorado

Colorado Certified Nursing Aides are credentialed on the basis of examination and background check. Those interested in obtaining a CNA can start training as early as high school. It is not necessary to have a diploma or GED to start attending a program in the state of Colorado.

State-approved options to becoming a CNA in Colorado

The state of Colorado has different certification training routes for establishing eligibility to become a CNA, each tailored to different groups of CNA candidates or students. Each one of the options can be found in the Pearson Vue Candidate Handbook.

1. Students may complete a state-approved nursing assistant program. This certification route is ideal for candidates who have finished state-approved training and have never been a nursing assistant in any other state. The CNA application requires the training program code as well as the date the training program was completed. Students must also pass the nurse aide exam within 24 months after Pearson VUE receives the application.
2. Candidates who are LPN, RN, LPT or military equivalent students and who have never been licensed must complete 5 semester credits of nursing fundamentals in a nursing, registered nurse, or psychiatric technician program. Students must provide a transcript or verification letter. The candidate must also pass the nurse aid exam within 24 months after Pearson VUE receives the application.
3. Those who are LPN, RN, or LPT students with an expired or active license from any US state must attach a copy of the License or transcript proving that they have completed nursing program. Students must also pass the nurse aide exam within 24 months after the Pearson VUE receives the application.
4. Someone who is already a nurse, but who has been trained outside the US, must provide a translated transcript demonstrating completion of 5 semesters of nursing fundamentals or its equivalent in practical nursing, psychiatric technician program or a registered nurse. The candidate must also pass the nurse aide exam within 24 months after Pearson VUE receives the application.
5. A student who trained in another state to be a nurse aide, but who no longer holds a current nurse aide certificate, must provide proof that he or she completed a state-approved training program. The student must also pass the nurse aide exam within 24 months after Pearson VUE receives your application.
6. Someone whose certified nurse aide license has been revoked or surrendered must wait one year after revocation or two years after surrendering certification before he or she is permitted to apply to be a CNA in Colorado. Candidates must complete re-training at an approved training program within two years prior to application. A nurse aide advisory committee will review any such application and supporting documentation, thus extending the normal application process. The candidate must also pass the nurse aide exam within 24 months after Pearson VUE receives the application.
7. A candidate who is a nurse aid reinstated by examination, but has not worked as a nurse aid for at least 8 hours in the last 24 months, must attach a copy of the most recent nurse aide certificate of completion from a state-approved training program. The candidate must pass the nurse aid program with 24 months after the Pearson VUE receives the application.

CNA Training Program

Consisting of 123 hours, Colorado CNA programs feature both classroom instruction and where at least 16 hours are clinical hands-on training. During the classroom instruction phase of the program, students are introduced to the fundamentals of nursing and taught related professional care-giving skills. The hands-on component of the program gives students an opportunity to apply what they have learned in the classroom to problems that arise in a clinical setting. The training program is also designed to teach students how to monitor and record a patient’s vital signs and state of physical fitness, as well as how to interact with patients. Other subjects covered include sanitation, safety, and understanding medical terminology.
During the hands-on portion of your training, you will be required to master the skills that you learned in the classroom. These skills are associated with the following:
1. Infection control and Standard Precautions
2. Safety
3. Residents’ rights
4. Communication
5. Observing and reporting abnormalities; all of which will be taught and further explained in the CNA Training Programs.

Some examples of the associated skills that will be taught in the CNA Programs and classes are:
– Taking blood pressure
– Taking temperature
– Pressure ulcer prevention
– Measure and record fluid intake
– Moving and positioning residents
– Feeding the dependent resident
– Collecting a stool specimen

The cost of CNA classes in Colorado varies from place to place. Please contact the individual program for pricing. A list of state approved CNA Programs can be found below.

CNA Examination

The CNA examination is a measure of nursing assistant related knowledge, skills and abilities. There are two parts to the exam: (1) a skills examination and (2) a written/oral examination. The CNA exam is administered by Pearson Vue. To register for a test click here

The Written or Oral: An Oral Exam may be taken in place of written if the candidate has difficulty with English. The tests consists of one hundred (60) multiple-choice questions and 10 reading comprehension (word recognition) items. The questions come from the following subject areas: Physical Care Skills, Psychological Care Skills, and Role of Nurses Aid.

The Skills Evaluation: The Skills Evaluation is set up to resemble an actual care-giving situation and a setting that an aide will be doing when they start working. The skills evaluation will be administered by a Nurse Aide Evaluator. The nurse Aide Evaluator will give the candidate a list of 5 Task that that will have to perform. If the CNA leave out a critical Element step or do not perform the step properly, they the skill is not passed. Handwashing will always be a skill to be performed. The remaining 4 skills are from the following subjects:
– Recording a measurement
– Applying a one knee high stocking
– Assisting to ambulate using transfer belt
– Assisting with use of bedpan
– Cleaning dentures
– Counting and recording a radial pulse
– Counting and recording respirations
– Donning and Removing PPE
– Dressing a client, feeding a client
– Giving a modified bed bath
– Measuring blood pressure
– Measure Urinary output
– Measuring and record weight
– Performing passive range of motion
– Positioning a client on side
– Providing catherer care
– Providing foot care
– Providing mouth care
– Transferring from bed to wheel chair
– Providing perineal care.

The candidate will receive results of both tests on the day of the examination. Approximately one week later, the Board of Nursing will receive the official results directly from Pearson Vue

Fees

$123 for both the written/oral and skills tests

Application Process

To access the online registration form, click here.

Background Check

In order to receive a CNA certification, the CNA candidate will need undergo a fingerprint live scan and a criminal background check before taking the CNA exam by the nursing aide registry. Many CNA classes will require you to have the fingerprint and background check completed before even enrolling in a program, so inquire with the institution concerning these guidelines.

CNA Registry

The state board of Nursing keeps a list of all certified nurse aides. If candidate passes the exam, and meet all the other requirements, the name will be added to the registry . After completion of the training, tests, and background check, the Board of Nursing will issue the certification. The CNA will be listed on the Colorado Nurse Aide Registry at that point, and qualify to work in nursing homes, hospice facilities, home care and some other settings in the state of Colorado.

More Information

Colorado Board of Nursing
Pearson Vue Candidate Handbook

CNA Job and Salary Data for Colorado Cities

Urban Area Employed CNA’s Hourly Mean Wage Salary Range 10% – 90%* CNA Employment Per 1,000 Jobs
Boulder 710 $13.80 $10.34 – $18.20 4.16
Colorado Springs 2,350 $12.41 $9.68 – $15.44 8.99
Denver – Aurora – Lakewood 9,610 $15.10 $11.68 – $18.69 6.99
Fort Collins 1,300 $14.13 $10.93 – $17.96 8.93
Grand Junction 750 $12.66 $9.94 – $16.38 12.67
Greeley 700 $12.88 $9.73 – $17.29 7.05
Pueblo 980 $14.75 $10.48 – $18.54 16.98
 
Front Range Community College Larimer – Med 4616 S. Shields - BP 121 M, Fort Collins, CO 80526

Located in the picturesque college town of Fort Collins, Front Range Community College offers several campuses throughout the area of the Rocky Mountain foothills. This school offers more than 100 different options for technical certification. Nurse aide training through the school is available on the Boulder, Larimer, and Westminster campuses. Students must complete five credit hours of classes.

Website: http://www.frontrange.edu/About-Us/Campus-Locations/Larimer-Campus/

Western Colorado Community College 2508 Blickmann, Grand Junction, CO 81505

Located in Grand Junction on the Western Slope, Western Colorado Community College is a school with a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains. The college is a part of the Colorado Mesa University System and offers a selection of occupational certifications. Students who enter the nurse aide program will need to complete a semester’s worth of classwork and then clinical hours with the school.

Website: http://www.coloradomesa.edu//wccc/

Aims Community College 5401 West 20th St, Greeley, CO 80632

Located in Greeley, Aims Community College is a part of the Community College System of Colorado. This school provides educational opportunities for students who live in the front range area and foothills of the Colorado Rockies. The nurse aid certificate program available at the school requires two courses for a total of five credits.

Website: http://www.aims.edu/

Aims Community College – Hste 2040 Clubhouse Drive, Greeley, CO 80632

Aims Community College in Greeley has two sections or programs of study. The main department covers a variety of different educational opportunities, including associate’s degrees, certifications, continuing education, and more. The secondary campus specializes in work ready certification specifically. Students pursuing a career as a CNA will need to complete five credit hours of classwork through the school.

Website: http://www.aims.edu/academics/

Aims Community College — Fort Lupton 260 College Avenue, Fort Lupton, CO 80621

A secondary campus in Fort Lupton, Aims Community College has a home base in Greeley Colorado. The Fort Lupton Campus offers training certifications for agriculture, oil and gas technologies, early childhood education, and certified nurse aide. Students who enroll in the nurse aid certificate will need to complete two classes during one semester.

Website: http://www.aims.edu/campus/ftlupton/

Morgan Community College – Wray 32415 Highway 34, Wray, CO 80758

Several different campuses comprise Morgan Community College, and one of these is located in the town of Wray. This center offers specific degree programs, including agriculture and business management, early childhood education, CPR training, and nurse aid certification. The nurse assistant training available at the school lasts for eight weeks and prepares students to take the NNAAP certification exam.

Website: http://www.morgancc.edu/locations/wray-center

Aims Community College — Loveland 104 E. 4th Street, Loveland, CO 80537

One of the campuses of Aims Community College is located in Loveland. This campus situated in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains offers a selection of work ready certifications. This is a full college campus providing students numerous educational opportunities. The abbreviated nurse aide certification course available at the school lasts for only four weeks and is fully accredited.

Website: http://www.aims.edu/campus/loveland/

Morgan Community College – Hste 17800 Rd 20, Fort Morgan, CO 80701

Morgan Community College offers a number of different career centers and educational departments. Students who live in Fort Morgan will need to choose what type of education path they wish to follow to determine the right campus or center. The college does offer a nurse aide training program, which includes one semester of work for five credit hours of class.

Southwest Colorado Community College (Formerly San Juan Basin Technical College) 33057 Highway 160, Mancos, CO 81328

Southwest Colorado Community College used to be called San Juan Basin Technical College and is now a part of the Pueblo Community College System. Students who live in the southern area of the state will be able to pursue more than 100 different academic programs and technical certifications. The nurse aide training is available through a mini-certificate system. Classes last for one semester.

Website: http://www.pueblocc.edu/

Colorado Northwestern Community College 2801 West 9th Street, Craig, CO 81625

Colorado Northwestern Community College offers two campuses in Craig and Rangely. The flagship campus for the school is located in Craig and it offers a variety of different two-year degrees, continuing education opportunities, and certifications. Students may enter an accredited nurse aide training program that requires two different courses for a total of five credit hours.

Website: http://www.cncc.edu

Pueblo Community College – Fremont Campus 51320 W Highway 50, Canon City, CO 81212

The Fremont Campus of Pueblo Community College is located in Canon City. This school is a part of the Colorado Community Colleges system, offering a variety of technical certifications for those who wish to immediately enter the workforce. The college offers a nurse aid mini certificate program that requires completion of three different classes. After the classes are passed, the student may then take the state nurse aide exam.

Website: http://www.pueblocc.edu/Campuses/FremontCampus

Lamar Community College 2401 S. Main St, Lamar, CO 81052

Located in Lamar, Colorado, the Lamar Community College offers standard types of associate’s degrees as well as a host of different work ready certifications for students who wish to take up a trade after school. This college is a part of the Colorado Community Colleges System. The nurse aide certificate program at the college will allow students to take the nurse aide assessment examination upon completion. This program is state approved and accredited.

Website: http://www.lamarcc.edu

Morgan Community College — Burlington 340 S. 14th Street, Burlington, CO 80807

Located in Burlington, the Morgan Community College is actually a secondary campus. The main campus for the school is based in Ft. Morgan and serves a great deal of the north-central Colorado area. The college offers transfer classes, associate’s degrees, and technical certifications. The nurse aide training is one of the certifications and requires about one semester of classwork.

Website: http://www.morgancc.edu/locations/burlington-center

Pikes Peak Community College – Falcon Nurse Aide Training Program 255 Lambert Rd, Falcon, CO 80831

The main base for Pike’s Peak Community College is in picturesque Colorado Springs, but a second campus in Falcon specializes in providing students a number of vocational opportunities through technical certifications. This training school does offer a state-recognized nurse aid certification that requires a total of three classes to be taken. Students may complete the program in eight weeks.

Website: http://www.ppcc.edu/

Pikes Peak Community College Area Voc Program 5675 S. Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

The Pike’s Peak Community College area vocational program is designed specifically to prepare students to enter the workforce. All instruction through this school, located in Colorado Springs, focuses on using different tools to properly teach students for real world readiness. The nursing assistant certificate requires a total of six credits, which amounts to three different classes pertaining to nursing specifically.

Website: http://www.ppcc.edu/degrees-certificates/nursing

Pikes Peak Community College – Post Secondary 11195 Hwy 83, RR 13, Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Located in Colorado Springs, Pike’s Peaks Community College Post-Secondary Program is actually a concurrent enrollment school. This means that students will be able to pursue their technical certification while still in high school. The college does offer a nursing assistant program called NUA, which requires a total of three classes to be completed.

Website: http://www.ppcc.edu/degrees-certificates/nursing

Pueblo Community College 900 W. Orman Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004

Situated in the south-central area of Colorado, Pueblo Community College is a fully accredited school that specializes in providing students workforce readiness. The college offers two-year associate’s degrees, certifications, and adult education. The nurse aide program available at the college is called a mini-certificate. It only takes one semester and three classes to complete.

Website: http://www.pueblocc.edu/

Morgan Community College – Limon 940 2nd St, Limon, CO 80828

Morgan Community College is based in Fort Morgan, but it also has satellite campuses throughout the area. The Limon Center at the school is a full-service campus, offering everything from transfer courses to technical licensing as well as specialty continuing education classes. The nurse aide training program provides students with education on long-term care and acute care so that they may become a CNA.

Website: http://www.morgancc.edu/locations/limon-center

Community College Of Denver 1070 Alton Wy Bldg 849, Denver, CO 80230

The Community College of Denver focuses on providing trade specific training to people who live in the Front Range area of Colorado. The nursing department of the school is comprehensive, and to become a CNA, students must complete an accredited curriculum of classes and clinicals. All nurse aide classes are held at the health sciences center.

Website: http://www.ccd.edu/department/Nursing

Front Range Community College – Westminster 3645 W. 112th Ave., Westminster, CO 80031

Located in Westminster, just outside of Denver, the Front Range Community College of Westminster is a part of the Colorado System of Community Colleges. The school offers an accredited certified nurse aide program that requires all students to complete a full semester of classwork as well as clinicals before they may take the state exam.

Website: http://www.frontrange.edu/About-Us/Campus-Locations/Westminster-Campus/

Front Range Community College Longmont 2121 Miller Dr, Longmont, CO 80501

As one of the satellite campuses, the Front Range Community College of Longmont offers more than 100 different work ready certification programs, including the classes needed to become a CNA. All students must complete one semester of training that includes classwork as well as clinicals before they can become a certified nurse aide.

Website: http://www.frontrange.edu/About-Us/Campus-Locations/Boulder-County-Campus/

Arapahoe Community College 5900 S. Santa Fe Dr. A2325, Littleton, CO 80160

With campuses in Littleton, Parker, and Castle Rock, Arapahoe Community College is a fully accredited school associated with the Community College System of Colorado. This school offers two-year degrees, technical certifications and transfer credits. The nurse aid certification requires a total of three classes that can be taken in one semester.

Website: http://www.arapahoe.edu

Red Rocks Community College 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, CO 80228

Red Rocks Community College is a part of the Community College System of Colorado and it is state accredited to offer more than 100 different programs of study, including two-year degrees and certifications. For students to be eligible for the state nurse aid competency exam, they must complete two courses over a semester.

Website: http://www.rrcc.edu/

CNA Training Class Locations in Colorado (CO)

The following is a list of state approved CNA Training Centers in Colorado:


Cities in Colorado:

Alamosa | Alamosa | Arvada | Aurora | Aurora | Aurora | Brighton | Broomfield | Burlington | Cannon City | Carbondale | Centennial | Colorado Springs | Colorado Springs | Colorado Springs | Cortez | Craig | Craig | Delta | Delta | Denver | Denver | Denver | Denver | Durango | Eads | Edwards | Estes Park | Falcon | Florence | Frisco | Ft Collins | Ft Collins | Ft. Lupton | Ft. Morgan | Ft. Morgan | Glennwood Springs | Grand Junction | Greeley | Gunnison | Lafayette | Lakewood | Lamar | Las Animas | Leadville | Limon | Littleton | Longmont | Longmont | Loveland | Mancos | Meeker | Montrose | Morrison | Oak Creek | Pagosa Springs | Pueblo | Pueblo | Pueblo | Rifle | Salida | Springfield | Steamboat Springs | Sterling | Thornton | Thorton | Trinidad | Walsenburg | Westminster | Wray

  • City
  • CNA Training Center
  • Street Address
  • Phone Number

Alamosa

Centauri High School

1011 Main St, Alamosa, CO 81101

(719) 589-7042

Alamosa

Center High School/TSJC

1011 Main St, Alamosa, CO 81101

(719) 589-7042

Alamosa

Trinidad State Junior College/San Luis Educ. CtrValley Campus

1011 Main St, Alamosa, CO 81101

(719) 589-7000

Arvada

Warren Tech-North

11325 Allendale Dr, Arvada, CO 80004

(303) 982-8642

Aurora

Accent Learning Systems

2620 S Parker Rd, Suite 360, Aurora, CO 80014

(303) 696-7664

Aurora

APL Med Academy

10730 E Bethany Dr, Suite 355 Aurora, CO 80014

(303) 752-0000

Aurora

Bright Beginnigs Nursing Assistant School

2600 S Parker Rd, Bldg 1, Suite 211, Aurora, CO 80012

(720) 775-2849

Aurora

Pickens Technical College – Post Secondary

500 Airport Blvd, Aurora, CO 80011

(303) 344-4910 ext. 27909

Aurora

Pickens Technical College-HSTE

500 Airport Blvd, Aurora, CO 80011

(303) 344-4910 ext. 27909

Aurora

Tenderhearts PC

10190 Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010

(303) 364-2022

Brighton

Brighton High School-HSTE

270 S 8th Avenue, Brighton, CO 80601

(303) 655-4126

Broomfield

Agape Angelicum School of Nursing Arts, Inc.

80 Garden Center Suite 114, Broomfield, CO 80020

(720)-938-6734

Burlington

Morgan Community College — Burlington

340 S 14th St, Burlington, CO 80807

(970) 542-3100

Cannon City

Pueblo Community College – Fremont Campus

51320 W Hwy 50, Canon City, CO 81212

(719) 549-3409

Carbondale

Heritage Park Nurse Aid Training Program

1200 Village Rd, Carbondale, CO 81623

(970) 963-1500 ext. 3227

Centennial

Littleton Public Schools Health Sciences Technology

7300 S Clermont Dr, Centennial, CO 80122

(303) 347-4124

Centennial

South Denver School of Nursing Arts

7853 E Arapahoe Ct, Suite 3300, Centennial, CO 80112

(303) 945-4203

Colorado Springs

Avanza Training, LLC

2598 Palmer Park Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

(719) 434-2965

Colorado Springs

Beo Nurse Aide Training Program

5055 Mark Dabling Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80918

(719) 385-0200

Colorado Springs

CollegeAmerica-Colorado Springs

2020 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

(719) 622-3600 ext. 1230

Colorado Springs

General Health Nursing Academy, LLC

829 N. Circle Dr, Suite 102, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

(719) 422-9343

Colorado Springs

Independence Center

1130 W Woodmen Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80919

(719) 574-5562 ext. 242

Colorado Springs

Pikes Peak Community College Area Voc Program

11195 Hwy 83 Colorado Springs, CO 80921

(719) 502-3111

Colorado Springs

Pikes Peak Community College-Post Secondary

11195 Hwy 83 Colorado Springs, CO 80921

(719) 502-3111

Cortez

Unlimited Learning

640 E Second, St Cortez, CO 81321

(970) 565-1601

Craig

Colorado Northwestern Community College

2801 W 9th Street, Craig, CO 81625

(970) 824-1104

Craig

Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehab Nursing Assistant Class

943 W 8th, Dr Craig, CO 81625

(970) 826-4100

Delta

Delta Montrose Technical College Post Secondary

1765 US Hwy 50, Delta, CO 81416

(970) 874-6519

Delta

Delta-Montrose Technical College – HSTE

1765 US Hwy 50, Delta, CO 81416

(970) 874-7671

Denver

CollegeAmerica-Denver

1385 S Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80222

(303) 300-8740 ext.7004

Denver

Community College of Aurora

9235 E 10th Dr, Denver, CO 80230

(303) 340-7329

Denver

Community College of Denver

1070 Alton Way, Bldg 849, Denver, CO 80230

(303) 365-8300

Denver

Community Health Institute

4705 Paris St, Suite 100, Denver, CO 80239

(303) 307-8855

Denver

Emily Griffith Technical College-Extended Home Health Aide

1860 Lincoln St, 506A, Denver, CO 80203

(720) 423-4700

Denver

Fred N. Thomas Career Education Center Middle College of Denver

2650 Eliot St, Denver, CO 80211

(720) 423-6600

Denver

New Beginning Nursing Assistant Program

6795 E Tennessee Ave, Ste 200, Denver, CO 80224

(720) 377-7114

Denver

Pima Medical Institute-North

7475 Dakin St, Ste 100, Denver, CO 80221

(303) 426-1800

Denver

St. Joseph Hospital Foundation

1375 E 19th Ave, Denver, CO 80218

(303) 812-2000

Denver

Vista Academy Nursing Assistant Program

4800 Telluride, Bldg 6, Denver, CO 80249

(720) 423-7679

Durango

Four Corners Health Care Center

2911 Junction Ave, Durango, CO 81301

(970) 247-2215

Durango

Southwest Colorado Community CollegeDurango

701 Camino Del Rio, Durango, CO 81301

(970) 247-2929

Eads

Weisbrod Memorial County Hospital and Nursing Home (Kiowa County District Hospital)

1208 Luther St Eads, CO 81036

(719)-438-5401

Edwards

Colorado Mountain College-Edwards

150 Miller Ranch Road, Edwards, CO 81632

(970) 569-2924

Estes Park

Innovage Home Care North, formerly Caring Hands

1191 Woodstock Drive, Unit C Estes Park, CO 80517

(970) 586-3118

Falcon

Pikes Peak Community College-Falcon Nurse Aide Training Program

10255 Lambert Rd, Falcon, CO 80831

(719) 495-1149 ext.2053

Florence

Florence High School-HSTE

2006 Hwy 67, Florence, CO 81226

(719) 784-6414

Frisco

Summit High School Health Sciences

PO Box 7, Frisco, CO 80443

(970) 368-1187

Ft Collins

C.A.R.E. Training Spring Creek Health Care

1000 E Stuart, Ft. Collins, CO 80525

(970) 482-5712

Ft Collins

Front Range Community College Larimer – Medical Careers Exploration

4616 S Shields St – BP 151 M, Ft. Collins, CO 80526

(970) 204-8222

Ft Collins

Geriatric Education Centre

802 W Drake Rd, Ft. Collins, CO 80526

(970) 492-6230

Ft. Lupton

Aims Community College — Fort Lupton

260 College Avenue, Ft. Lupton, CO 80621

(970) 339-6218

Ft. Morgan

Morgan Community College – HSTE

920 Barlow Rd, Ft. Morgan, CO 80701

(970) 542-3100

Ft. Morgan

Morgan Community College – Post Secondary

920 Barlow Rd, Ft Morgan, CO 80701

(970) 542-3100

Glennwood Springs

Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley

3000 CR 114, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

(970) 945-8258

Grand Junction

Larchwood Inns

2845 N. 15th St, Grand Junction, CO 81506

(970) 245-0022

Grand Junction

Western Colorado Area Health Education Center

743 Horizon Crt, Suite 204, Grand Junction, CO 81506

(970) 434-5474

Grand Junction

Western Colorado Community College Med Prep

2508 Blichman Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81505

(970) 255-2600

Greeley

Aims Community College

5401 W. 20th St, Greeley, CO 80632

(970) 339-6218

Greeley

Aims Community College-HSTE

5401 W. 20th St Greeley, CO 80632

(970) 339-6218

Greeley

Fairacres Manor

1700 18th Ave Greeley, CO 80631

(970) 353-3370 ext. 560

Gunnison

Gunnison Valley Health Senior Care Center

1500 W. Tomichi Ave, Gunnison, CO 81230

(970) 641-0704

Lafayette

Compass Nursing Arts

108 W. Baseline Rd, Lafayette, CO 80226

(303) 484-9650

Lakewood

Colorado CNA Academy

1400 Simms St , Ste 300, Lakewood, CO 80401

(303) 862-8941

Lakewood

Pacific School of Nursing Arts

7000 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214

(303) 233-8488

Lamar

Lamar Community College

2401 S. Main St, Lamar, CO 81052

(719)-336-6642

Las Animas

Bent County Health Care Center Nurse Aide Training Program

810 Third St, Las Animas, CO 81054

(719) 456-1340

Leadville

St. Vincent Nurse Aide Training Program

822-4th St, Leadville, CO 80461

(719)-486-0230

Limon

Morgan Community College-Limon

940 2nd St, Limon, CO 80828

(970) 542-3100

Littleton

Arapahoe Community College

5900 S. Santa Fe Dr, A2325, Littleton, CO 80120

(303) 797-5962

Longmont

C.A.R.E. Training Applewood Health Care

1800 Stroh Pl, Longmont, CO 80501

(303) 776-6081

Longmont

Career Development Center

1200 S. Sunset St, Longmont, CO 80501

(303) 772-4339

Longmont

Life Care Center of Longmont

2451 Pratt St, Longmont, CO 80501

(303) 776-5000

Loveland

Front Range Community College Larimer-Post Secondary

800 S. Taft, Loveland, CO 80537

(970) 613-7580

Mancos

Southwest Colorado Community College (Fomerly San Juan Basin Technical College)

33057 Hwy 160, Mancos, CO 81328

(970) 564-6200

Meeker

Walbridge Wing Nurse Aide Training

345 Cleveland, Meeker, CO 81641

(970) 878-3232

Montrose

Volunteers of America Nurse Aide Program

1819 Pavilion Dr, Montrose, CO 81401

(970) 252-9359

Morrison

Genesis Nurse Aide Training Program

150 Spring St, Morrison, CO 80465

(303) 697-8181

Oak Creek

Colorado Northwestern Community College Sorroco HS

303 Grant Ave, Oak Creek, CO 80467

(970) 824-1104

Pagosa Springs

Pine Ridge

119 Bastille Dr, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

(970) 731-4330

Pueblo

IntelliTec College

3673 Parker Blvd, Pueblo, CO 81008

(719) 542-3181

Pueblo

Pueblo Community College

900 W. Orman Ave, Pueblo, CO 81004

(719) 549-3409

Pueblo

Pueblo Community College – HSTE

900 W. Orman Ave, Pueblo, CO 81004

(719) 549-3409

Rifle

Colorado Mountain College-West Garfield

3695 Airport Road, Rifle, CO 81652

(970) 625-1871

Rifle

Colorado State Veterans Community Living Center Rifle

851 E. 5th St Rifle, Colorado 81650

(970) 625-0842

Salida

Columbine Manor Care Center

530 W. 16th St, Salida, CO 81201

(719) 539-6112

Springfield

Southeast Colorado Hospital & Long Term Care Ctr

373 E. 10th Ave, Springfield, CO 81073

(719) 523-4501

Steamboat Springs

Colorado Mountain College, Steamboat Springs

1330 Bob Adams Dr, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

(970) 870-4527

Steamboat Springs

Colorado Senior Residence

2855 Owl Hoot Trail, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

(970) 457-4881

Sterling

Devonshire Acres

1330 N. Sidney Ave, Sterling, CO 80751

(970) 522-4888

Sterling

Northeastern Junior College-Post Secondary

100 College Dr, Sterling, CO 80751

(970) 521-6701

Thornton

Bollman Technical Education Center

9451 N. Washington St, Thornton, CO 80229

(720) 972-5845

Thorton

New Directions

2501 E 104th Ave, Bldg C, Thornton, CO 80233

(720) 550-9090

Trinidad

Trinidad Inn NATP

409 Benedicta Ave, Trinidad, CO 81082

(719) 846-9291

Walsenburg

Spanish Peaks NATP

23500 US Hwy 160, Walsenburg, CO 81089

(719) 738-5211

Westminster

Ann Rose School of Nursing Arts, Inc.

7280 Irving, Suite B205, Westminster, CO 80030

(303) 650-2994

Westminster

Front Range Community College-Westminster

3645 W. 112th Ave, Westminster, CO 80031

(303) 404-5208

Westminster

Westminster High School Health Studies

6993 Raleigh St, Westminster CO, 80030

(303) 657-3980

Wray

Morgan Community College – Wray

32415 Hwy 34 Wray, CO 80758

(970) 542-3100