CNA Classes

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Welcome to Life Got Better Staffing Services!

Where we believe in the transformative power of compassionate care. If you are a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) seeking a meaningful and rewarding career in healthcare, you’ve come to the right place. At Life Got Better, we understand that the heart of quality healthcare lies in the dedicated individuals who provide hands-on support to those in need. As we open our doors to prospective CNAs, we want you to know that your journey with us is more than just a career – it’s a commitment to making lives better.

Our commitment to excellence extends not only to the care we provide to our patients but also to the professionals who choose to be part of our team. As a CNA with Life Got Better, you’ll find a supportive and collaborative environment that values your skills and dedication.

Here, we believe that life truly does get better when compassionate individuals come together to make a positive impact. Our staffing services are designed to connect talented CNAs with opportunities that align with their passion for healthcare and commitment to enhancing the well-being of others.

Explore the possibilities, embrace the opportunities, and embark on a fulfilling journey with Life Got Better Staffing Services. Your dedication and expertise have the power to transform lives, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

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Life Got Better’s CNAs offer personalized support for daily activities, guaranteeing individualized care that enhances patients’ dignity and independence.

An essential responsibility for our CNAs involves the meticulous monitoring and recording of vital signs, playing a pivotal role in the comprehensive assessment and well-being of our patients.


Our CNAs are distinguished by their clear and empathetic communication skills. Actively interacting with patients, families, and the healthcare team, they ensure a smooth and compassionate exchange of information.


The objective of a CNA course is to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience required to administer safe and efficient care to patients across diverse healthcare settings. Following course completion, you will be guided through the process of registering for a certification exam, a crucial step toward obtaining your licensure as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).

60 Hours with 15 Clinical Hours included

Monday to Friday 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

CNA Class                 $1,000.00

Includes: National Test

Cancellation Policy:

  1. A Downpayment of 50% 3 days before the class start is required
  2. You can cancel your class registration up to 3 days before the class starts, but a processing fee of 25% will still apply.
  3. No refunds will be issued for cancellations within 15 days or less before the class begins.
  4. No refunds will be issued if a student is terminated for policy violations, self-termination, or failure to pass the exam.
  1. All students must furnish Life Got Better with the following documentation, and it is imperative to submit these materials to the office at least 3 days before the commencement of the first day of class.
  2. Sign the Background Information Disclosure as a mandatory requirement.
  3. Provide a valid Driver’s License or State ID for verification.
  4. Furnish a valid social security card for documentation purposes.
  5. TB Test Results/Chest X-Ray Results:
    • A. TB Test Results must be conducted within 90 days before the initial day of training.
    • B. Chest X-Rays within the last year are compulsory if a positive TB Test is recorded or if the student is unable to undergo a TB Test.
  6. Influenza Vaccination (Flu Shot) is obligatory for students attending class between the months of October to March.
  7. CPR & AED Certification
  8. Pregnant students must submit documentation from a physician indicating no medical or physical restrictions, including lift restrictions, that would hinder participation in class and clinical tasks. This release must be on file before the first day of class.
  9. Maintain a drug and alcohol-free status during class and clinical sessions.
  10. Adhere to the Nursing School Dress Code:
    • A. Wear nursing scrubs of any color and patterns.
    • B. Utilize nursing shoes (e.g., Crocs, tennis shoes, any closed-toe shoe).
    • C. Wear a watch with a second hand.
    • D. Socks are required every day.
    • E. Keep hair pulled back.
    • F. Maintain short, unpolished nails with no fake nails.
  11. Bring a bagged lunch every day if necessary.
  12. Ensure a clean record: be free of criminal convictions within the past 7 years or any open cases that may impede inclusion on the nurse aide registry.

To schedule the Wisconsin nurse aide competency examination, candidates must have successfully completed a Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) approved nurse aide training program or possess a DHS-issued approval to test letter. Approved programs in Wisconsin span 60 hours, featuring 15 clinical hours.

The knowledge test is available in written or oral formats, with the provision that, in Wisconsin, it is exclusively administered in English. Wisconsin follows the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP), consisting of two distinct assessments: practical skills and knowledge.

The skills test evaluates hand hygiene and five additional nurse aide skills chosen at random. Notably, at least one task will involve the demonstration of measurement skills, such as taking blood pressure or counting pulses.

For further details, please refer to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and

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