CNA/HHA Program SummarySummary about the Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide program and the roles of the California Department of Education.
Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs) and Home Health Aides (HHAs) provide long term care to the elderly and disabled in skilled nursing facilities and home settings as outlined by the California Code of Regulations, Chapter 2.5, Article 1, Title 22 and the Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter IV.
Any secondary or postsecondary level student has access to CNA/HHA training programs offered through their respective Regional Occupational Centers and Programs, or Adult School, Community college, or facility-based State approval training program. For a listing of these programs click the following link https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CHCQ/LCP/Pages/HealthCareProfessionals.aspx
Students successfully completing the CNA/HHA program qualify to take the State Certification Exam to become a CNA or HHA. Approximately 94 percent of the students completing these training programs passed the certification exam.
The CNA/HHA Program is administered by:
Clay Mitchell, Education Programs Consultant
California Department of Education
Career and College Transition Division
Career Technical Education Leadership and Instructional Support Office
1430 N Street, Suite 4202
Sacramento, CA 95814