How long is the course?
Our course is completed at your own personal pace. This means, there are NO time limits within the course other than you have 90 days to complete it. On average, most people will complete the course within a week. If you are very studious, you could complete the course within a day.
Our students report it takes them about 12 hours to complete the course including taking the practice test.
How much is the course? What is the total cost to get licensed?
The cost for the course is $69.99 for 90 days of access to all materials. In order to get your CNA licnse, you will need to take the state exam once you finish the course. The total cost to get licensed using our course is:
- $69.99 - Cost of our online course
- $155 - Cost of the state exam, paid for when you register for the state exam after you finish the course
- Approximately $80 - Cost of the background check required to take the state exam.
Total: $304.99 to get your CNA license from start to finish
If you would like to learn more about the state exam and license process, visit our CNA exam information page.
Where will I take my test?
Your course completion test will be completed online and results emailed out. After completing our course you will then take the official state exam at a regional test site for your license. Below is a map we have prepared showing the locations of the official testing sites; as you can see they are located all across the state.
To check the official list of current test sites please visit:
Is this course legitimate?
Yes, we have been in operation since 2009 and have provided education to thousands of individuals. We are proud to say that we are the original CNA online course in the state of Florida, and have been the longest in continous operation since then. Over the years we have refined our course to help our students have the highest pass rate in obtaining their CNA license. We offer the most economical option for individuals looking to obtain their license.
What material is covered in the course?
Our course covers everything that will be on the state exam. Primarily we focus on the specific skills that you need to become proficient in for your role. Below is a breakdown of the course modules for you to get a sense of what material is covered in the course:
- What's on the test
- Code of Conduct and Legal Issues
- Infection Control
- Quiz #1
- Fire Safety
- Laying Positions
- Emergency Situations
- Skill 1 - Indirect Care
- Skill 2 - Hand Washing
- Skill 3 - Mouth Care (Brushing Teeth)
- Skill 4 - Hand and Nail Care
- Skill 5 - Mouth Care (Denture)
- Skill 6 - Feeding a Resident
- Skill 7 - Taking a Pulse
- Skill 8 - Measuring Respirations
- Skill 9 - Changing an Occupied Bed
- Skill 10 - One Sided Weakness
- Skill 11 - Female Catheter Care
- Skill 12 - Bedpan Assistant
- Skill 13 - Emptying Urinary Bag
- Skill 14 - Female Perineal Care
- Skill 15 - Range of Motion (Lower)
- Skill 16 - Range of Motion (Elbow/Wrist)
- Skill 17 - Range of Motion (Shoulder)
- Skill 18 - Bed Bath
- Skill 19 - Change of Position
- Skill 20 - Wheelchair Transfer
- Skill 21 - Foot Care
- Skill 22 - Ambulation
- Reading Weight
- Measuring Blood Pressure
- How to Take Off your Gloves
- Course Certification
- How to register for the state exam
How are you able to offer this course online?
The state of Florida has several options available for taking your CNA license test, and one of those options is what is called the "E3 Challenger" option. This option allows students who have not taken part in a classroom course to take the test and receive their license if they pass. Our course is oriented towards helping you pass the test as an "E3 Challenger".
While our course is fully online, you will need to go to a physical testing location in the state to take your license test. There are two components to the test, a written portion and a clinical portion. We provide videos to help you prepare for the clinical portion within the course. If you are interested in learning more about the specifics of the state CNA exam, we have an article on the topic here.
Is financial aid available?
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer financial aid. It is important to realize that you don't have to pay all your CNA costs at once; that is, you can sign up for the course now, and pay for the state exam later when you are ready to take the test.
As we know some still need assistance in paying for the course, we do want to let you know that there is the option of obtaining a personal loan to pay for the course and exam. We have established a partnership with a personal loans marketplacewhere you can obtain a personal loan to help pay for the cost of your training and test. We recommend that if you choose to go this route, you obtain a loan for at least $500 to also cover the cost of the state test, which is $155, and to purchase some medical supplies. Remember that a personal loan comes with interest, and will need to be paid back regardless of whether you obtain your license or not. Alternatively, if you would like to explore CNA programs that offer financial aid, you can do so here.
It is also worth noting that when you are hired as CNA, in many cases your employer will reimburse you for the cost of the course.
How can I contact someone within your company?
Are any medical supplies required for the course?
Can I mail in a payment?
No, at this time we only accept payment via our online payment system.
Are there any hidden fees?
No, $69.99 is all you pay for 30 days of access to the course. We do offer 1 year access for an additional $20 if you so desire. We also recommend that you budget some funds for the purchase of medical supplies, but these are not required.
Am I going to receive anything by mail or is the course completely online?
Our course is completely online. All the materials you need will be accessed via our website.
Does the Course Certificate cost extra?
How does your money back guarantee work?
The refund does not apply if you take the state test more than 30 days after obtaining your course certificate.