The American Red Cross is the premier provider of Nurse Assistant Training and has prepared individuals for work in the nursing field for over 100 years. Whether you’re just starting your healthcare career or are ready for a career change, now is the time to become a Red Cross-trained Nurse Assistant.

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Start Your Healthcare Career with the Red Cross

Job Placement
90+% average pass rate on state exam among Red Cross students; plus job placement services available to graduates who pass the state exam.

State-Approved Curriculum
80-100 hour program that assists and prepares students to take the Minnesota Nurse Certification exam.

Hands-On Experience
Clinical exposure and world-class curriculum.

Why Choose Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training?

Outstanding Instructors
Highly-experienced instructors with extensive knowledge and nursing backgrounds.

Flexibility
Flexible class schedule, including days, evenings and weekends, at multiple locations (Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth and St. Cloud, MN).

The quality of your training affects your future career opportunities. That's why choosing Red Cross nurse assistant training makes sense. With the growing health care job market, your skills will always be in demand.

Home Health Aide and Skills Review courses are also available.


Take the first step toward a health care career and learn more about Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training today! Simply fill out the form above and a staff representative will contact you with further details.

American Red Cross Minnesota Chapters
1201 West River Parkway
Minneapolis, MN
55454

P: 612.871.7676
www.redcrossmn.org


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