CNA Programs in Maine

Requirements to Become a Nursing Assistant in Maine

To work as a CNA in Maine, you will need to complete a state-approved training program. Your curriculum will contain a combination of lectures and clinics focusing on such areas as observation, reporting, and documentation, and patients’ mental and physical needs.

You will need to submit to criminal background check at your school.After completing the required training, you will need to pass the state’s CNA certification exam.

Completion of an approved CNA training program, clearing a criminal background check, and passing the state’s CNA certification exam will add you to the list of Certified Nursing Assistants on Maine’s Nurse Aide Registry.

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State-Approved Nursing Assistant Programs in Maine

Maine is a great place to begin a career as a CNA, as there are many terrific nursing schools offering CNA programs in the state. The top facilities in Maine include:

  • Eastern Maine Community College

    354 Hogan Rd, Bangor, ME 04401
    Phone: (207) 974-4600

  • Penobscot Job Corps Center

    1375 Union St, Bangor, ME 04401
    Phone: (207) 990-3000

  • Washington County Community College (WCCC)

    1 College Dr, Calais, ME 04619
    Phone: (207) 454-1012

  • Maine College of Health Professions

    70 Middle St, Lewiston, ME 04240

    Phone: (207) 795-2840

    Email: Email

  • Loring Job Corps Center

    36 Montana Rd, Limestone, ME 04750
    Phone: (207) 328-4710

  • University of Southern Maine

    96 Falmouth St, Portland, ME 04103
    Phone: (800) 800-4876