Established in 2010, EnVaNa Healthcare Training Center offers:

  • Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program
  • Phlebotomy Technician Program
  • EKG/ECG or Electrocardiogram Technician
  • Pharmacy Technician Program
  • ​Patient Care Technician Program

See below for the description of each program, its course objectives, and student requirements.

Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

We Offer

​​​​​​Credit Hours: 40 hours theory 
Certification by: National Healthcareer Association 

                            (cost varies from $115 - $125)

Tuition: $650.00
Textbook: cost varies per vendor $30 - $70
The 12-Lead ECG in Acute Coronary Syndromes, 3rd Ed. 
Author: Phalen & Aehlert
ISBN: 978-0-323-08063-7
Vocational Objective:
To increase the number of well trained and dedicated individuals in the field of health care through our principles of learning. To maintain and disseminate information on vocational education. To develop a comprehensive and successful practice of ECG/EKG Tech through highly skilled techniques, wide knowledge of the current healthcare environment, and a sympathetic approach to patients of all ages, backgrounds and medical conditions. To achieve accurate knowledge and skills by the time of program course completion.
Instructional Areas:
Successful completion of Certification exam: Certified Electrocardiogram / EKG Technician as administered by the National Healthcareer Association and earn the title of Certified Electrocardiogram [EKG] Technician (CET).

CET can work at the following facility: in Hospital, Diagnostic Mobile Company, Doctor’s Clinic, Heart Center, Cardiac Rehab Center

Complaints against this school may be registered with the Board of Higher Education at:
Illinois Board of Higher Education
Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools
1 North Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333
Springfield, IL 62701-1377
http://complaints.ibhe.org 
www.ibhe.org 

Credit Hours: 120 hours (80 hours theory, 40 hours clinical)

Certification by: Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)

Online Registration to SIUC of $67.00 for State Competency Exam
(Southern Illinois University at Carbondale)
Tuition: $800.00

Refer to the information below regarding the required textbooks

Textbook: Mosby's Essentials for Nursing Assistants 5th Edition ISBN: 978-0-323-11317-5

Workbook: Mosby's Essentials for Nursing Assistants 5th Edition ISBN: 978-0-323-11321-2

Author: Sorrentino & Remmert
Vocational Objective and Instructional Areas:
The students will be learning fundamentals of nursing care skills, the basic daily physical care and comfort needs of client as directed by supervising licensed personnel. Students will understand the importance of safety and security of client, family, self or others by observing safety precautions and promoting a sense of security and well-being. Students will be taught and trained but not limited to the 9 modules through theory discussion and return demonstration for 80 hours and a minimum of 21 performance skills for 40 hours clinical.
Modules: Introduction to Health Care, Residents Rights and NA Responsibilities, Infection Control inthe Health Care Setting, Emergency Procedures, Injury Prevention in the Healthcare Environment, Care of Resident, Fundamentals of Rehabilitation/Restorative Nursing, End of Life Care, Alzheimer’sDisease and Related Dementia.
Performance Skills: Wash hands, Perform Oral Hygiene, Shave a Resident, Perform Nail Care, Perform Perineal Care, Give Partial Bath, Give a Shower or Tub Bath, Make Occupied Bed, Dress a Resident, Transfer Resident to Wheelchair Using a Transfer Belt, Transfer Using Mechanical Lift, Ambulate with Transfer Belt, Feed A Resident, Calculate Intake and Output,  Place Resident in a Side-Lying Position,  Perform Passive Range of Motion, Apply and Remove Personal Protective Equipment,  Measure and Record Temperature, Pulse and Respiration, Measure and Record Blood Pressure, Measure and Record Weight,  Measure and Record Height.

Qualified candidates will be scheduled to sit for the Competency Examination administered by SIUC and earn the title of Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) from the IDPH.

CNA can work at the following facility: Hospitals,  Long Term Care Facilities, Rehabilitation Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, Retirement Homes, Home Health Care, Home Services, Hospice Care, Nurse Agency, Doctor’s Clinic and Private Home Care 

Student & Course Requirements

Patient Care Technician Training Program

EnVaNa Healthcare Training Center

Healthcare Education

​​​​​​​Credit Hours: 60 hours theory
Certification by: National Healthcareer Association

                            (cost varies from $115 - $125)
Tuition: $900.00
Textbook: cost varies per vendor $30 - $70
Mosby’s Pharmacy Technician: Principles and Practice, 3rd Ed. Hopper
ISBN: 978-1-4377-0670-3
Vocational Objective:
To increase the number of well trained and dedicated individuals in the field of health care through our principles of learning. To maintain and disseminate information on vocational education. To develop a comprehensive and successful practice of Pharmacy Tech through highly skilled techniques, wide knowledge of the current healthcare environment, and a sympathetic approach to patients of all ages, backgrounds and medical conditions. To achieve accurate knowledge and skills by the time of program course completion.
Instructional Areas:
Successful completion of Certification exam: Certified Pharmacy Technician as administered by the National Healthcareer Association and earn the title of Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT).

CPhT can work at the following facility: in Hospital Pharmacy, Retail Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Company

THE STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE TO OBTAIN ALL REQUIRED MATERIALS & PAPERWORK FOR THE DURATION OF THE COURSE.


  • Non-refundable Registration fee: $50.00 & completed Enrollment Form
  • ​​Proof of High School Diploma or GED equivalent
  • At least 16 years of age (parental consent required if under 18)
  • If currently a high school student, must submit proof as a current student in good standing from school guidance counselor
  • Copy of social security card
  • Copy of government issued ID (driver's license, state ID, or passport)
  • Able to write, speak, and understand the English Language
  • Criminal Background Check (BNATP course only; price varies per vendor)
  • Proof of Negative for TB test or Chest X-ray (BNATP course only)
  • White Uniform Scrubs (BNATP course only; price varies per vendor)
  • ​Hepatitis B vaccine & Tetanus shot (Phlebotomy course only)

Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program (BNATP)

​​​​Successful completion of:  Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program, Phlebotomy Technician Training Program, and Electrocardiogram Technician Training Program 
Certification by: National Healthcareer Association (cost varies from $125 - $150)
Tuition: $2350.00 
Basic Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy and EKG Technician courses are to be taken separately. 
Completion of the 3 courses qualifies a candidate to take PCT certification. 
Each course is independent and not a pre-requisite of the other.

Instructional Areas:
Successful completion of Certification exam: Patient Care Technician as administered by the National Healthcareer Association and earn the title of Certified Patient Care Technician/Assistant (CPCT/A).

CPCT/A can in the following facility: in Hospital, Doctor’s Clinic, Diagnostic Mobile Company, Heart Center, Cardiac Rehab Center

​​Credit Hours: 50 hours (40 hours theory,10 hours applied experience) 
Certification by: National Healthcareer Association 

                            (cost varies from $115 - $125)

Tuition: $900.00
Textbook: cost varies per vendor $30 - $70
Phlebotomy Worktext & Procedures Manual, 4th Ed.
Author: Warekois & Robinson

ISBN: 978-0-323-27940-6
Vocational Objective:
To increase the number of well trained and dedicated individuals in the field of health care through our principles of learning. To maintain and disseminate information on vocational education. To develop a comprehensive and successful practice of phlebotomy through highly skilled techniques, wide knowledge of the current healthcare environment, and a sympathetic approach to patients of all ages, backgrounds and medical conditions. To achieve accurate knowledge and skills by the time of program course completion.
Instructional Areas:
Perform a minimum of 20 successful unaided venipuncture collections and 5 successful unaided capillary collections.
Instruction in a variety of collection techniques including vacuum collection, syringe and capillary skin-puncture methods.


Qualified candidates will be scheduled to sit for the Competency Examination administered by National Healthcareer Association and earn the title of Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT).

CPT can work at the following facility: Hospitals, Laboratory Company, Health Insurance Company, Dialysis clinic, Doctor’s Clinic, Home Health Care

Pharmacy Technician Training Program

Electrocardiogram/EKG Technician Training Program