CNA Classes

Our CNA Classes in Colorado Springs CO

Thank you for giving me the skills one needs to be successful in the real world once class was over. I would also like to thank your GREAT team of instructors whom also helped me utilize the skills I already have. NTSOC’s CNA program has a great dynamic team of instructors that will do almost anything to help their students learn everything one needs to learn and much more. Because of this program, I will be starting at a Denver hospital. I have and will continue to refer people to this CNA program. Thank you very much!
Farrah Morris

NTSOC has a Colorado Board of Nursing Approved CNA Program. NTSOC is also a regional testing center. Students test in the facility where they train; for information on NTSOC’s CNA Program please use the following contact:

CNA teachers

Tammy, Jennifer, and Donna

719-574-5562 x242 or e-mail: 

NTSOC’s program will provide students with practical training in a laboratory setting that allows the student to practice providing care to a pseudo-client before providing care to a real patient. Our classroom instruction provides students with the understanding and general knowledge one needs to safely perform the duties of a nurse aide.

Students can expect to learn about:

  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Infection Control
  • Safety and Emergency Procedures
  • Promoting Client’s Independence
  • Respecting Client’s Rights
  • Basic Nursing Skills
  • Personal Care Skills
  • Skills that meet the Psychosocial and Mental Health Needs of Clients
  • Care of the Cognitively Impaired
  • Basic Restorative Services
  • Knowledge and Skills that Promote Client’s Rights
  • The Colorado Nurse Aide Practice Act
  • One on One Care of the Client
  • Assisting with Activities of Daily Living
  • Maintaining Personal Hygiene through proper:
    • Bathing
    • Dressing
    • Toileting
    • Mouth Care Techniques
  • Monitoring Client Conditions:
    • Take Vital Signs
    • Check Medical Equipment
  • Assisting with Wheelchairs and other Assistive Devices
  • Range of Motion and Strengthening


Total Cost of the class is $950 which includes:

  • Theory
  • Lab
  • Background Check
  • Textbook & Workbook
  • Clinical
  • 2 Year C.P.R. Certification
  • $123 State Examination Fee

The cost to the student that is above and beyond the $950 will be for: scrubs, non-slip closed toe shoes, Flu shot and a 2 step Tuberculosis (TB) test.

Class Schedule:

We offer day classes Monday – Thursday and evening classes Monday – Friday. Please see Additional Class Information for current class times.

Class times are subject to change.

Additional Class Information

CNA Classes Map