CE Provider # 50-17535 - Florida Board of Nursing and Nursing Assistant,
District of Columbia Board of Nursing & CNA/HHA,
Georgia Board of Nursing Approved, Alabama State Board
of Occupational Therapy Approved, Other Disciplines are approved see others




Cost: $298.00 (There is a non-refundable fee of $50.00)


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After you complete this course

You must pass both the written and the performance exam offered by the testing vendor, Prometric, to be certified as a nursing assistant in the state of Florida. The only exception to this is for approved Endorsement candidates.

Note the CNA EXAM FEE & Background fees are not included in the course fee.

TRAIN FOR SUCCESS INC will guide you to the CNA application.

The Florida exam fee is $155.00 (may change due to Board of Nursing) &

The background check fee range from $80- $90 (may change due to vendors).

Certified Nursing Assistant Examination Prep Training Course 

Monthly classes. 

Best to sign up by the 1 st of each month.

Start your online review, you will submit your class date when you sign into course.


Class Time: 
9:30 am – 3:00 pm 

Class dates: 
(Please remember to sign up and start online review before class date - this provides more time for class practice sessions).

1979 E. Edgewood Dr. Suite #107             
 Lakeland, FL 33803 

(Those who need CNA & Phlebotomy click here)

Register and sign up for class sessions.

Train for success Inc. will be accepting Applications throughout the year. 

Applicants should be at least 18 years of age.  

Items Needed

  • Watch with second hand, 
  • a pen and 
  • a 3-ring binder (Place your online information) 

Stethoscope and other training materials will be provided.

Course information:

Course length: 2 weeks

Start review online X 1 week and 


As our goal is for you to be successful;

  • This course includes test reviews, skills training so that you will learn and build confidence for the State certification exam. A free repeat class will be offered, if you do not pass the boards the first time.   

TRAIN FOR SUCCESS INC. will work with you to practice the clinical skills and to practice examinations. During the training, the students will learn various clinical skills, including:  

Assisting with the activities of daily living such as; assist with eating, bathing, hygiene, mouth and denture care using the bedpan, toilet, transfers and exercise (ROM); 

Safe techniques to assist patients with wheelchair mobility, ambulation, moving, walking, and positioning; 

Taking and recording the patient’s vital signs: temperature, pulse rate, respiration (TPR) and Blood pressure (BP);  

Accurate methods for recording in the patients' medical record, infection control technique, responding appropriately to emergencies and so much more....  

You will also watch training skills video, practice skills and return demonstration will be provided during competency evaluation to make sure that you build confidence with the skills. 


Students are required to wear Scrubs or Comfortable clothing to class.

Students are preparing for a career in the health field, and the scrubs can be                                                 used throughout your career. For those who do not have scrubs, you may wear comfortable clothing.

Scrubs or comfortable clothing:

  • Any color scrub top and bottom or
  • Pants /skirts with scrub top
  • nylons stockings or socks and
  • shoes / sneakers with non-skid soles (no open toe)
  • A watch with a second hand.

The CNA challenger prep. course does not confer a diploma, college credit or degree. This course is for test preparation.  After you have completed the CNA CHALLENGER Exam PREP COURSE, You must take the State of Florida CNA Examination and pass to become a Certified Nurse Assistant. 

You will have the support of professional nurses and experienced staff to assist you. A free repeat class will be offered, if you do not pass the boards the first time.  

CNAs work in many different settings such as the Hospital, Long Term Care Facilities; Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Rehab. Centers,  private in home care, Physician's Office, Hospice Care and other institutions that provide health care services.