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Student Focused Training in Healthcare

Welcome to the Arizona Technical Training Institute. Located in Phoenix, the Arizona Technical Training Institute (AZTTI) trains healthcare professionals from all over the Phoenix Metro area.

The Arizona Technical Training Institute has been a gateway of opportunity for thousands of students either beginning a new career in healthcare or updating skills to be more effective in the workplace. We have over a decade of experience in equipping students from 18 to 65 years old, and from every walk of life with the knowledge and skills that they will need to transition into healthcare. Central to any learning environment and the cornerstone in ours is the faculty of student centered instructors who teach, touch and most importantly invest all of themselves into your training. We have 5 licensed nurses, a licensed physical therapist, a physician assistant, a degreed engineer and a variety of guest presenters that make your learning experience unparalleled. Along with classroom learning, are two skill centers for hands on skill development using medical equipment essential for job performance from blood pressure cuffs to certification on the Hoyer Lift. Real life, real practical, and oftentimes, really a lot of fun!

At AZTTI, our focus is you! We start with an appreciation for your busy life. That is why we offer evening, and even weekend classes to fit in with your busy lifestyle. We continue that focus with keeping your tuition reasonable. Helping you achieve your career dreams is our desire as well. Low tuition, accompanied by several tuition payment approaches, allows you to spread your financial commitment over as many as 4 weeks. We love our students and try to show this by providing a second chance to take the course at no cost, providing the option for nursing assistant students to take their State Board exam at AZTTI, free use of the facility in preparation for their board exam, as well as free help in resume development to job placement assistance.  Today, that focus has resulted in some incredible results. Our focus allows you to stay focused on what brought you to AZTTI to begin with!

You are invited to browse the AZTTI vocational medical training programs we have to offer. Your future career in healthcare looks bright with training from the Arizona Technical Training Institute.

CONTACT FOR QUERIES

2515 E Bell Rd # 2515B Phoenix Az 85032

(602)607-5317

info@aztti.com

 

INFORMATION

Certified Nursing Assistant

  • $1,300.00
    1 WEEK, 3 DAYS

Nursing assistant programs prepare individuals for challenging the nurse aide certification exam and for entry level positions in health care environments. Each state has the authority to decide how many hours of training a nursing assistant course must consist of, and in Arizona it is 120 hours minimum.

Program length, admission requirements, and cost of training vary depending on the policies of every training facility. Compared to other training programs in the health care field, nursing assistant classes are relatively short and inexpensive. Obtaining state certification as a CNA is the main requirement for securing a nurse aide job at a nursing home, hospital, rehabilitation or skilled nursing facility.

HOW MUCH DOES CNA TRAINING COST?

  • Classes will be starting soon, and anticipated length is 6 weeks (tentatively). Classes will initially be on the weekends with one weekday for clinicals (tentatively). This will mean 6-hour classes on Saturday and Sundays with a weekly 10-hour weekday clinical on site (this may change based on demand/facility). Cost for the program will be $1300 which will include current textbook, a pair of scrubs, a gait belt, a blood pressure cuff with stethoscope, and a TB test. Information on other associated costs will be provided prior to enrollment.
  • State Board Exam is $118.00 payable to AZTTI post graduation.

WHAT ARE THE CNA PROGRAM PREREQUISITES?

  • Cover a mandated CNA Admissions Test covering English proficiency, reading comprehension, and math necessary to comprehend the course materials and perform duties safely.
  • No active Felony (ARS 32-1606) in the past 3 years or Unprofessional Conduct (ARS 32-1601)
  • Proof of Citizenship (Arizona Driver’s License or Passport), or legal residency status.
  • Must complete the AZTTI Health Declaration. The Health Declaration is a health and safety document ensuring essential immunizations and clearance for participation by a licensed health care provider. Potential students must be able to meet all “essential functions”.
  • Complete the Voluntary Assumption of Risk – Release of Liability Form.
  • Ability to pass a TB test, or provide prior results no older than 6 months from testing. Provide current CPR certificate. TB Test/CPR are provided by AZTTI.
  • Advanced Placement students have additional pre-requisites identified on the Advanced Placement Information Sheet.

WHAT IS THE CNA COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS?

  • The CNA certification exam, also known as the nurse aide assessment examination, is the final test a nurse aide student must pass in order to become eligible for employment and for being listed on the Nurse Aide Registry of a state. The CNA certification exam is designed to evaluate the knowledge, skills and abilities required to safely perform the job of a nursing assistant. The evaluation consists of two main parts: a written or oral exam and a hands-on, skills examination. A nurse aide candidate who passes both the written and the skills evaluation qualifies for obtaining a state nurse aide certification and is eligible for any entry-level nurse aide position. In Arizona, candidates are required to score a minimum of 75% on the written exam which consists of 75 multiple choice questions, and 80% on the skills exam (without missing any key steps).

WHERE CAN YOU WORK AS A CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT?

CNA Training Costs

These are additional supplies and fees that you may need to complete your CNA training. These are approximate costs.

Supplies & Fees not included in tuition:

  • Watch with a second hand (digital watch acceptable) approximately $20.00
  • Pocket-sized writing pad, approximately $4.00
  • Multiple black pens, approximately $5.00
  • Black scrub pants, approximately $15.00
  • Comfortable walking shoes, approximately $35.00
  • Health declaration (health physical), approximately $20.00

CPR/FIRSTAID

Course Content for CPR –

Good Samaritan Law, complications of CPR, stroke, heart attack, CPR barriers, choking, AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and CPR for the adult, child and infant.

Each students will be required to practice hands-on CPR skills in this course.

Course Content for First Aid –

Using of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), shock, bleeding, diabetes, asthma, anaphylaxis, seizures, internal and external injuries, burns, poisoning, bites and stings, heat emergencies and cold emergencies.

Once the students completes the course, he/she will receive their certification card.

Duration – Approximately 5 Hours

Course Cost: $40.00

Audience: This course is for caregivers, respite providers, bus drivers, teachers, BHTs, foster parents, expecting and new parents and others in the community.

PLEASE SEE OUR “LOCATIONS” PAGE FOR THE EXACT ADDRESS

Not sure if this is the right course for you? We’re more than happy to help you determine what you need. Please call our office at (602)607-5317  Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, so we can help you find the course you need.

CPR

Course Content for CPR –

Good Samaritan Law, complications of CPR, stroke, heart attack, CPR barriers, choking, AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and CPR for the adult, child and infant.

Each students will be required to practice hands-on CPR skills in this course.

Once the studenst completes the course, he/she will receive their certification card.

Duration – Approximately 2.5 Hours

Course Cost: $25.00

 

Audience: This course is for caregivers, respite providers, bus drivers, teachers, BHTs, foster parents, expecting and new parents and others in the community.

PLEASE SEE OUR “LOCATIONS” PAGE FOR THE EXACT ADDRESS

Not sure if this is the right course for you? We’re more than happy to help you determine what you need. Please call our office at (602)607-5317 Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, so we can help you find the course you need.

CPR BLS

Course Content for CPR PRO (ASHI BLS) –

Good Samaritan Law, complications of CPR, stroke, heart attack, CPR barriers, choking, AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and CPR for the adult, child and infant.

Medical Skills – Incorporating the BVM and AED into a team rescue scenario.

Each students will be required to practice hands-on CPR skills in this course. The CPR PRO students will also be required to pass a written exam. 

Once the student completes the course, he/she will receive their ASHI (American Safety and Health Institute) BLS certification card.

*** If your company requires American Heart Association, this is not the course for you. Go back to our courses and look for the course that states, “American Heart Association BLS Provider”. 

Duration – Approximately 2.5 Hours

Course Cost: $35.00

Audience: CNAs, medical assistants (MAs), LPNs, RNs, Physicians, EMTs, fire fighters, dental professionals and anyone working in a healthcare provider field.

PLEASE SEE OUR “LOCATIONS” PAGE FOR THE EXACT ADDRESS

Not sure if this is the right course for you? We’re more than happy to help you determine what you need. Please call our office at (602)607-5317 Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, so we can help you find the course you need.

CPR BLS/FIRST AID

Course Content for CPR PRO (AHA BLS) –

Arizona Technical Training Institute

Evening classes and weekend classes available

CPR, FIRST AID BLS Certification Classes (Phoenix)

Course Content for CPR (AHA BLS)

Good Samaritan Law, complications of CPR, stroke, heart attack, CPR barriers, choking, AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and CPR for the adult, child and infant.

Medical Skills – Incorporating the BVM and AED into a team rescue scenario.

Each student will be required to practice hands-on CPR skills in this course. The CPR students will also be required to pass a written exam.

Course Content for First Aid –

Using of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), shock, bleeding, diabetes, asthma, anaphylaxis, seizures, internal and external injuries, burns, poisoning, bites and stings, heat emergencies and cold emergencies.

Once the student completes the course, he/she will receive their AHA ( “American Heart Associationr”) BLS certification card.

Duration – Approximately 5 Hours

Course Cost: $50.00

Audience: CNAs, medical assistants (MAs), LPNs, RNs, Physicians,PA, EMTs, fire fighters, dental professionals and anyone working in a healthcare field.

PLEASE SEE OUR “LOCATIONS” PAGE FOR THE EXACT ADDRESS

Not sure if this is the right course for you? We’re more than happy to help you determine what you need. Please call our office at (602)607-5317 Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, so we can help you find the course you need.

FIRSTAID

Course Content for First Aid –

Using of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), shock, bleeding, diabetes, asthma, anaphylaxis, seizures, internal and external injuries, burns, poisoning, bites and stings, heat emergencies and cold emergencies.

Once the students completes the course, he/she will receive their certification card.

Duration – Approximately 2 Hours

Course Cost: $25.00

 

Audience: This course is for caregivers, respite providers, bus drivers, teachers, BHTs, foster parents, expecting and new parents and others in the community.

PLEASE SEE OUR “LOCATIONS” PAGE FOR THE EXACT ADDRESS

Not sure if this is the right course for you? We’re more than happy to help you determine what you need. Please call our office at (602)607-5317 Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, so we can help you find the course you need.

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