Welcome to CareOne Health Training Institute

Welcome to Care One.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality professional health training at an affordable cost. Through our certified courses, we train and develop professional nursing assistants committed to rendering nursing care within the North Carolina Board of Nursing guidelines with compassion and respect for patients.

From Nurse Aide 1 & 2, Phlebotomy Technician, and Clinical Medical Assistant to Pharmacy Technician, Basic EKG, or Medical Billing and Coding, we have courses to help prepare you for your career.

We encourage you to browse our site and find the course that is perfect for you. If you have any questions, please contact us. We're here to help, and we're excited for your future!

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We are approved by the state approving agency to offer GI Bill benefits for qualified individuals for the following courses:

Medical Assistant Program, Nurse Aide 1, Nurse Aide 2, & Phlebotomy.

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We accept MyCAA for military spouses.
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We have a New Raleigh location!

Our new location is:
319 Chapanoke Road, Suite 104
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603


New Courses Available!

Nurse Aide 2 (CNA 2) Competency

Competency assessment requirements do not include assessment of the didactic portion of the course; however, all of the NA II Skills identified on the NA II Task List must be assessed and successfully completed for the NA II to be determined competent in the required skills. This assessment will take place in the skills lab.

Competency Assessment does not require that the program provide any study guide or remediation. If study guides or remediation are offered, the must be offered in a consistent manner to all persons who apply for competency assessment.

If an applicant is unable to successfully complete the competency assessment, completion of an entire CNA II course is required.

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Nurse Aide 1 Refresher

This course prepares individuals to take the state approved state competency exams with special emphasis on clinical skills test taking. The student must have an expired CNA I license along with experience taking care of the elderly. This course does not substitute for a state approved course of 95 hours.

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