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Temecula Valley School of Nursing
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Look at our CNA students action! #cnaschool
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Our 6-Day HHA Classes start on Oct. 12, 2015! Check out our HHA page for more info.
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Our next CNA class in Temecula starts at: Sept 28, 2015 for the weekday evening classes, October 12, 2015 for the weekday morning class, and November 28, 2015 for the weekend morning class. We have a current promo so students can get a discounted program fee of $1,350 (from $1,800). Call (951) 296-2588 or fill out our online contact form today to request for more info.
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Are you looking for a recession-proof career? According to to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of CNA's is expected to grow by 21% from 2012 to 2022 due to the aging population of the US. Click here to learn more: http://buff.ly/1JncWTW
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Should you work as a CNA before nursing school? Learn more about the benefits here. http://buff.ly/1JbHICa
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Take the leap and start your healthcare career today! Enroll in Temecula Valley School of Nursing’s 24-Day CNA Training Program. We are CDPH accredited, have a high passing rate, and offer job placement assistant after you pass the state examination.

Our weekday classes will begin on Sept. 8, 7AM-3:30 PM and our weekend classes will begin on Sept. 12, 7AM-3:30PM. If you enroll by Sept. 1st, you can claim the discounted program fee of $1,350 (with scheduled payment plan). Call (951) 296-2588 or fill out our contact form online to request for more info:
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How does the CNA salary in California compare with other states? Check out this informative infographic to find out! #cnasalary
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“…Although the days are busy and the workload is always growing, there are still those special moments when someone says or does something and you know you’ve made a difference in someone’s life. That’s why I became a nurse.” —Diane McKenty
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What are the educational and training requirements to become a CNA? Find out here http://buff.ly/1Prm0f5
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Before you enroll in a CNA program, make sure that the school is accredited by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Temecula Valley School of Nursing is proud to say that we are a CDPH accredited school. See the full list here: http://snip.ly/5Vqk
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