Common Questions About VHCTI
CNA Training and CPR Training

Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions page, where we’ve gathered answers to the most common questions about our program. If you’re seeking information not covered below, feel free to visit our contact page. We’re here to assist you!

101 B Villia Drive, Daphne, Al 36526
Yes or you may call for an appointment.
Yes, Orientation is mandatory.

Call for an appointment at 251.288.4007.

We aim to make CNA Training affordable. Students may pay in full or pay in installments.

A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a trained healthcare professional who provides basic patient care and assists nurses and other medical staff in various healthcare settings.

Nursing Assistants work in various settings; nursing homes, hospitals, adult day care centers, personal homes, and assisted living facilities. CNAs play a crucial role in ensuring patients’ comfort, safety, and well-being. They perform tasks such as taking vital signs, assisting with activities of daily living (like feeding, bathing, and dressing), helping patients move around, and providing emotional support.

No. Visionary Health Career Training Institute LLC does not require a high school diploma or GED to start the CNA Training program.

CNAs can apply for jobs in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, rehabilitation centers, home healthcare agencies, hospices, clinics, and private practices.

No. You do not have to be certified before starting the program. We will certify you here in our facility.

No, you only wear scrubs during clinicals (3 days at the nursing home). Uniforms will be provided.

No. You will receive an official Certificate of Completion from Visionary Health Career Training Institute LLC.
We do not require a background check for admission to Visionary Health Career Training Institute LLC.

Our CNA training class takes six weeks. View upcoming CNA

You need a desktop or laptop computer with a reliable internet connection.
For the best learning experience, we highly recommend using a computer or a tablet.
While the school cannot guarantee job placement, we work hard to provide job resources such as resume writing and recommendations for employment.
You will need your class books, uniform, blood pressure cuff, a stethoscope, and a second-hand watch.

Graduates in the Baldwin County area can expect to earn up to a $40,381 average annual salary. Source: