LNA Training

Online & In-Person Options

Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)

There is a tremendous need for trained LNAs in New Hampshire and throughout the country. New Hampshire Employment Projections indicate growth of 7.9% for Nursing Assistants and 12.4% growth for all Healthcare Occupations from 2018 to 2028. With a workforce disrupted by Covid-19 and an aging population growing rapidly, the shortage of direct care workers presents a great opportunity for training, gaining experience, and growing into your career.

Program Details

The Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) Program at LNA Health Careers is great for building a foundation for a rewarding career in healthcare. As an LNA, you will gain valuable experience and practical knowledge that will serve you well for progressing in your career and advancing through higher level programs such as Licensed Practical Nurse.

Our LNA Program is designed with flexibility and your future career in mind. Our hybrid-learning model offers options, allowing you to complete the theory portion of the course from the comfort of your own home at your pace if a scheduled in-person class doesn’t work for you. The Pre- and Clinical components of the course are in-person and can be scheduled before or after working through the theory portion.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be eligible to sit for the state certification examination and submit their Board of Nursing LNA license application.

Course Length: 110 Hours

  • Part One: 50 hours of Theory (online or in-person)
  • Part Two: 16 hours of Pre-Clinical Lab Skills (in-person, only required for online/blended option)
  • Part Three: 60 hours of Clinical (in-person)

See Course Schedule for upcoming classes.

Tuition: $2200

No extra fees. This includes a free online state test prep course, free AHA Basic Life Support CPR Certification, free NH LNA state test, and are able to take the test within days of graduation.

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  1. Traditional LNA: Select an LNA class that is 100% in-person from start to finish. Best for students hoping to complete the course as quickly as possible. 
  2. Blended LNA: Select an LNA course that starts online and is followed by a scheduled in-person Pre- and Clinical component. This will allow you to complete the Theory portion of the class from the comfort of your home. There are no virtual meeting times. You can move through the online course at your own pace, however, you must complete the online portion in it’s entirety before your Pre-Clinical day. Best for students who don’t have the time for a full in-person class. 
  3. LNA Theory Online Only: Complete the Theory portion of the class from the comfort of your home. There are no virtual meeting times. You can move through the online course at your own pace. There is no Pre- or Clinical component built into this option, you will need to schedule your clinical place with the Admissions office separately. Best for students who want to get started but are unsure of when they can commit to a clinical schedule. Take your Theory now online, then call the Admissions Office when you are ready to be placed into a clinical. 
  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Submit documentation of a 2-step TB test (what is a 2-step TB test?)
  • Submit copy of COVID vaccination card (call the Admissions Office to see what exemption options are available, (603) 647-2174) 

If taking a Blended or LNA Theory Online course, you will also need: 

  • Computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet in order to access your course
  • Strong internet connection so you can stream recorded lectures and skills videos

Traditional and Blended LNA Training

Seat Deposit Fee: $450 (due at sign up, non-refundable)
   TOTAL: $2,200 (non-refundable)

LNA Theory Online (no clinical included):

Online Course Access Tuition Total: $1,000 (due upon online registration, non-refundable)

Clinical Registration (only after LNA Theory Online is complete):

Clinical Seat Deposit: $450 (due upon placement in a clinical, non-refundable)
   TOTAL: $1,200 (non-refundable)

Upon successfully graduating from the LNA course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion. Students will also be eligible to sit for the NH Board of Nursing LNA licensing exam. 

*Please note: LNA Health Careers cannot accept transfer of credits from any other institution, nor does our LNA program provide transfer credits to any other institution.