Nursing assistant programs educate and train individuals to provide primary and non-invasive patient care. Although nursing assistants are considered to be entry-level positions in the nursing field, they are highly in demand nowadays which is why a lot of people choose to take nursing assistant programs.

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Nursing assistant programs are offered by various institutions from community colleges to healthcare facilities to online nursing schools and they usually take about two to six weeks to complete, although there are some that can be as long as six to nine months.

Nursing assistant programs are a good option for individuals who would like to get into the field of healthcare right away and would like to have plenty of employment options with the opportunity to continue their education later on. These programs are also much more affordable compared to other types of nursing programs, which make them accessible even to individuals who have limited financial resources. Individuals who have completed a nursing assistant program can either choose to work right away, since nursing assistants are in demand both in the healthcare and administrative setting, or continue their studies and take the certification exam to become a CNA or a Certified Nursing Assistant.