STL Training - CNA Apprenticeship Program
To learn more about the CNA Apprenticeship program, please fill out the training application below, select a REQUIRED information session date and location, and select a CNA Apprenticeship program employer/location.

Qualify for Financial Assistance:

Applicants must qualify for funding resources through the Missouri Job Centers or other agencies in order to attend training.

Missouri Job Center - SLATE 1520 Market St #3050, St. Louis, MO 63103.  

Missouri Job Center - The Crossings at Northwest - 715 NW Plaza, St Ann, MO 63074


1. Your Driver’s License
2. Your Social Security Card
3. Birth Certificate
4. Any proof of government assistance, i.e. Food Stamps, Unemployment Insurance
5. Proof of the last six months income, W-2, year to date check stub
6.    You MUST have high school diploma/transcripts, GED, or HSET
7.    Work Keys Scores (within a year IF YOU HAVE ALREADY TAKEN THE Assessment at a JOB CENTER) If you have not, we will schedule your date after the information session to take it at our school.

Please contact Angela Baker 314-989-7486,, if you have any questions.
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Information Session for the CNA Apprenticeship Program
All interested applicants must attend an information session to learn more about the CNA Apprenticeship program.
Required Information Session *
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State- You must live in St. Louis city or St. Louis county to qualify for grant funding through the St. Louis county and city Job Centers. *
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Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Apprenticeship Program
The CNA Apprenticeship program is a partnership between the school, STL Training, the employers, Bethesda, Delmar Gardens, and Lutheran Senior Services, and also the MO Job Center SLATE which is funding the program through the Health Profession Opportunity Grants Program (HPOG). All applicants must qualify for the grant in order to attend training.

The CNA apprenticeship program is a ten to eleven week training program comprised of classroom time (one day per week 8am-4pm) and clinical time (two days per week 6:45am-3:15pm) held at the healthcare facility. You are hired by the facility and will also work two additional 8 hour shifts with a CNA mentor maintaining a minimum of 32 paid hours per week. Please understand that your additional shift may be nights and/or weekends. You will work out this schedule with the facility upon hire.

This non-credit training program prepares individuals for entry-level positions as certified nurse assistants. Applicants for training must meet all screening and testing requirements and must achieve acceptable testing level on the WorkKeys assessment. Applicants must have a high school diploma or high school equivalency (HSE). Selected participants take part in classroom instruction and clinical practice. Soft skill training is incorporated into the program.

The course exceeds the required 75 hours of classroom instruction and 100 hours of supervised on-the-job training. The 100 hours of on-the-job training are in addition to the scheduled class time. Upon successful completion of the training the student is eligible to take the state examination. A strict attendance policy is enforced throughout this training. Intermediate proficiency in English or higher is recommended.
An individual must successfully complete a final written examination and a minimum two-hour final practicum exam before a certificate can be issued and that individual's name placed on the Missouri State Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Registry.

Regular attendance is needed in order to complete these medical classes. Any absences put completion of this program in jeopardy. The State of Missouri requires you to have 75 classroom hours and 100 clinical hours. The attendance requirements (175 hours) need to be met in order to receive your CNA certificate.
State of Missouri requirement: “To be eligible for the final course examination, students shall have achieved a score of at least eighty percent (80%) on each written examination in the course curriculum.”

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