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Our Quality CNA Training Kaukauna site is located at 316 E 14th St, Kaukauna, WI 54130. Thanks to our partner St. Paul Elder Services for inviting us to use their facility for classes and clinicals, as well as providing a funding resource opportunity for our students (see below).

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Upcoming CNA Training Kaukauna Classes

September – November 2018 Class Schedule

October – December 2018 Class Schedule

January – February 2019 Class Schedule

To apply for our Quality CNA Training course, download and print this application.


Kaukauna Area Potential Funding Resources

WisCaregiver Careers

WisCaregiver Careers offers free nurse aide training and testing for caring individuals of all ages who are not currently listed on the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry. Applicants who successfully complete training, testing, and six months of working in a participating nursing home will receive a $500 bonus. To register, visit the WisCaregiver Careers website.

St. Paul Elder Services, Inc.

St. Paul Elder Services has developed a program to help cover the cost of CNA training for individuals interested at working at one of their locations. If interested, please contact Annie by calling (920) 766-6020 for more information.

For application details, please visit the St. Paul Elder Services Careers page.

CAP Services Skills Enhancement Program

If you are a resident of Outagamie County that works at least 20 hours per week, you may be eligible for financial assistance for our Quality CNA Training course. For more information contact Kim Calmes at 920-257-4704 or visit the CAP Services website.


If you are a resident of Fond du Lac, Winnebago or Green Lake Counties that works at least 20 hours per week, you may be eligible for financial assistance for our Quality CNA Training course. For more information, call 920-725-2791 or 920-922-7760 ext. 3596. Also, please visit the ADVOCAP website.


UMOS offers assistance for individuals with an agricultural work background. They also have programs for those who are dependents of parents who have worked in agricultural during the past 2 years. These work backgrounds include crops, cannery, dairy, nurseries, poultry, Christmas trees/wreaths, farm animal care, greenhouse, hay bailing or any other related farm work.

Applicants to the UMOS program must be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident at least 18 years of age. For locations in your area, please visit the UMOS website.

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development

The Department of Workforce Development offers scholarships and financial assistance programs to displaced workers, workers with disabilities, and many others. For more information on their programs, visit the Job Center of Wisconsin Training and Education page, or visit your local Job Center office.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)

Funding is available statewide for individuals with temporary or permanent disabilities. For more information, call 800-442-3477 or visit the DVR website.

Forward Service Corporation

Founded in 1979, Forward Service Corporation helps low-income adults and youth start their careers. Visit their website or call 608-244-3526 to learn more about their programs and see which ones you qualify for.

This program was very accommodating.

It was difficult to find a program that fit with my schedule but I had multiple options to choose from. – F.L. Kaukauna Student

The Quality CNA Training staff are very caring of all of their students.

It made me feel like I was part of a team. – G.M. Kaukauna Student

My instructors did an outstanding job teaching.

They made the class very enjoyable. – L.A. Kaukauna Student

I really enjoyed this program.

Our class was a lot of fun. – S.P. Kaukauna Student