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PES to Offer Virtual/Online Hybrid CNA Training in West Michigan!

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Grand Rapids, Michigan Jul 25, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Professional Education Services is now ready and approved to offer online/virtual hybrid training for CNA students. Certified nursing assistants are in high demand, and PES is ready and prepared to meet that challenge and the challenge of attending classes for the modern student.

Week 1, students will attend classes synchronously online with a PES-certified instructor. Students will interact with their cohort, and use the online LMS system to complete their coursework.

In week 2, students will attend lab and clinical training for their hands-on practice and skills. Students will work with certified PES instructors to complete their training and, once finished, they will be eligible to take their state CNA exam.

The online/hybrid class will start on August 15th, 2022. Spots are filling up fast, so be sure to reserve your spot. Laptop rentals are available to students who need them, and we are ready to launch now.

If you are a nursing home or other employer looking to sponsor students, this can be a great way to do so as well. Students won’t have to worry about driving to class every single day, and they can even take the class from your facility, so you can ensure that they are actually attending training. Learn more and visit us on the web today to find out more about our online training program!

https://www.professional-education-services.com

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