Providence St. Elias Specialty Hospital
TRAINING AND JOBS IN ALASKA
Becoming a CNA has never been easier.
Whether you’re interested in starting a healthcare career or looking for inspiring work, now is the time to become a CNA.
I want to find a training program.
CNA training in Alaska is provided by State Approved Nurse Aide Training Programs. Training includes a total of 140 hours that includes both classroom/online and clinical/hands-on instruction.
There are 2 paths to complete training and become a CNA.
a) Apply for a position with a nursing home or hospital offering on-the-job training to prepare for the CNA exam.
b) Apply to a training program to complete CNA training, pass the state exam, and then find a job.
Take a look at the list of training programs below to see which options are a good fit for you.
Click on a facility name to visit its website or email the contact person listed for more information about training. You can also download a list of state-approved training programs.
I’m already a CNA - I'm looking for a job in Alaska.
Search the list of hospitals and long-term care facilities that are hiring CNAs. Click on a facility name to visit its website or email the contact person listed for more information about jobs and hiring.
I completed a state-approved training program within the last two years, but I am not certified.
I was a CNA in Alaska, but my license lapsed within the past 5 years.
I am already a CNA in another state in the US.
CNA TRAINING PROGRAMS
Reach out to each facility / training center directly for more information. Click on the blue Facility/Organization name to link to their website, or click on the blue Contact Name to email the facility contact. Looking for training in a specific community? Use the arrows next to "Location" in the top row of the chart to sort by city/town or enter a place name in the Search box at the top right of the chart.
Facility-based CNA program: Training as part of employment.
Training provided by a hospital or nursing home to nurse aides who have been hired to work at the facility.
Non facility-based CNA programs: Train now, work later.
Training provided by a vocational training center or university to anyone interested in becoming a CNA. The clinical portion of the training occurs at a hospital or nursing home. No employment commitment is required.
These facilities across Alaska are currently hiring CNAs. Contact each facility directly for more information - you can click on the blue Facility/Organization name to link to their website. Looking for jobs in a specific community? Use the arrows next to "Location" in the top row of the chart to sort by city/town or enter a place name in the Search box at the top right of the chart.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
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