Students please be advised that due to Covid-19 outbreaks that may occur with our affiliated facilities clinical rotations may be postponed or cancelled. If this occurs students will be informed and rescheduled ASAP


Because of COVID-19, Governor Inslee directed all schools within Washington State to stop in-person classes from March 17 until the stay-at-home order is lifted. This includes all public and private institutions that provide any type of career and technical training, as well as degree-granting institutions – including schools like Divine CNA Training.

If you have any questions, please e-mail us at Our online schedule is not up to date, so please do not register. Because of the emergent need for CNAs in the healthcare field, the state is allowing us to hold online classes. We will post the next date when we know when it will be.

The online classes consist of 2 weeks of class from Monday to Friday for 4 hours a day, weekday, weekday evening (possibly weekends coming). After the 2 weeks of class, there will be a 40-hour clinical rotation (Mon-Fri) at one of Divine’s clinical sites. During the class, students will fill out an application for NAR (Nursing Assistant Registered) after they have completed their HIV portion of the class. This is the minimum requirement to get a job and after the clinical rotation, the student may apply for employment. When the stay-at-home order is lifted, students are required by the state to come to Divine for 20 hours of skills lab. This will be scheduled by the Divine CNA.

STATE CNA TESTING: Pearsonvue will not do any testing until after May 16 or whenever the stay-at-home order is lifted. Divine CNA will begin setting dates after the order is lifted.

Please do not call. If you have a question about this, kindly e-mail us. We will provide more information when we receive your message. Thank you.

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Embarking on a meaningful career as a Certified Nursing Assistant is possible when you train under our experts! Here, you will not only be taught the knowledge and skills to pass your certification exam, but you will also reap the life skills necessary to be an effective healthcare professional.

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