About Us

Nursing Assistant

Established in October 2011, All About Medical Training CNA school approved and licensed by the DADS and the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges.

Just a few years ago we started as CPR classes provider and practically in no time became a standalone certified nurse aid program which we are very proud of.

Currently we are the only nursing aide school presented around Leon Valley, San Antonio.

Here at All About Medical Training we go after the balance between keeping the learning curve simple yet comprehensive for you. Being registered nurses themselves our trainers will help you to become ones of the best professionals in the field.

Our equipment is up-to-date and of the types students may encounter in a real-life situations. Our training facilities are well appointed and climate controlled to maintain an environment conducive to effective learning.

New class begins every 6-7 weeks.

Recently we have started filming a Series of Nursing Aide Skills Videos in order to facilitate preparation for NNAAP exam for our students

We also decided to make them free for general public, so you may watch them either on our website or on our youTube channel


  • How long does the program last?

    Length of the program is 100 hours (5 weeks) in total. It consists of two blocks:

    • 60 hours (3 weeks) of classroom training and theory

    • 40 hours (2 weeks) of “clinicals” in a nursing home

  • What is the schedule?

    Classes are held on the same days: Thursday, Friday and Saturday. However the timing differs:

    • First three (3) weeks which are allocated to theory and in-class training will be conducted in classroom from 9 AM to 3 PM

    • Remaining two (2) weeks are set out in the nursing facility from 6 AM to 2 PM

  • Filling out an application for Texas Nurse Aide exam.

    At the last day of the program students fill out an application for NNAAP examination and mail it to the NACES.

    Once NACES receives your application, they will schedule you for testing in one of the Regional Test Sites. You can find one that suites you better at Pearson VUE website.

    Finally, NACES will mail your Authorization to Test Notice (yellow postcard) to you at the address listed on your application within forty-eight (48) hours.

  • What is the NNAAP examination process?

    The examination is divided upon two parts: Skills and Written (or Oral). You must pass both parts in order to be certified and listed on the Texas Nurse Aide Registry.

    The Skills Evaluation goes first and includes five (5) skills randomly selected from the set of thirty-four (34) skills. You will have thirty (30) minutes to complete all five skills. In order to pass the Skills Evaluation you must successfully demonstrate at least four (4) skills.

    Once you pass the Skills part you will be permitted to proceed with Written (or Oral) part of the examination. Written exam has seventy (70) multiple-choice questions. You will have two (2) hours to complete the Written exam.

    For more details on the NNAAP exam you may download Candidate Handbook from Pearson VUE's website.

  • What are admission requirements?

    In order to enroll one must:

    • Be at least 17 years old (applicants under age of 18 require written permission from a parent or legal guardian in order to enroll and from school official)

    • NOT be listed as unemployable on the EMR

    • NOT have been convicted of a criminal offense as listed in Texas Health and Safety Code, 250.006

  • How to file a complaint?

    All About Medical Training CNA school has a Certificate of Approval from the TWC

    The TWC-assigned school number is: S4197

    All About Medical Training CNA school’s programs are approved by TWC and DADS

    Students must address their concerns about this school or any of its educational programs by following the grievance process outlined in the school’s catalog. Schools are responsible for ensuring and documenting that all students have received a copy of the school’s grievance procedures and for describing these procedures in the school’s published catalog. If, as a student, you were not provided with this information, please contact us.

    Students dissatisfied with this school’s response to their complaint or who are not able to file a complaint with the school, can file a formal complaint with TWC and DADS, as well as with other relevant agencies or accreditors, if applicable

    Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found on TWC's Career Schools and Colleges Website

Contact us


All About Medical Training

7126 Eckhert Road,

Suite 213,

San Antonio, TX, 78238

Phone: (210) 777-3915
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