Professional and technical skill training is offered by accredited colleges and universities and by private training providers. If interested in short-term training, it is best to look at all options to determine which provides the highest value and quality. Below is a table of Private Training Providers. You can search for training at NC’s community colleges and universities in our Find College Programs tool. Scholarships and grants may be available to community college and university programs as well as private providers for those who qualify. Visit your local NCWorks Career Center before enrolling to see if you are eligible. Awards cannot be made to those who enroll before speaking to their local Career Center. Don’t see a program you are interested in, visit the Eligible Training Provider List page for more information.
|Program Title||Provider Name||Address||City||State||Credential||Duration||Cost|
|Nursing Assistant II||Care One HealthTraining Institute Inc. (UNKNOWN)||1830 Owen Dr, Suite 204||Fayetteville||NC||Cumberland||A license recognized by the State involved or the Federal Government||0 Hours||$1,100.00||Learn more|
|Nursing Assistant II||Care One HealthTraining Institute Inc. (UNKNOWN)||319 Chapanoke Road||Raleigh||NC||Johnston||A license recognized by the State involved or the Federal Government||0 Hours||$1,100.00||Learn more|