STEP 1: Complete online enrollment form.STEP 2: Be sure to press the submit button to make sure we get your forms.STEP 3: You should get an acceptance letter from Med Ed CNA Training Classes emailed to you within three (3) working days from your submission.Contact and Payment InfoAre You Going Through a Sponsor? ---YesNoIf YES, include the FIRST and LAST name below. If NO, write NA Preferred Start Date and Location: ---Merrillville:- July 30th - August 17th- August 20th - September 7th- October 1st - October 19th- October 29nd - November 16th- December 3rd - December 21st- January 7th - January 25th- February 4th - February 22nd- March 4th - March 22nd---Valparaiso:- August 20th - September 7th- September 10th - September 28th- October 1st - October 19th- October 22nd - November 9th- November 12th - November 30th- December 3rd - December 21st- January 7th - January 11th- January 14th - February 1st---Lafayette:- QMA Class October 5th - November 30thPackage: ---CNA Package 1CNA Package 2CNA Package 3QMA PackagePackages AvailableCNA Package 2: $1,150 Class, state exam, books, supplies, two TB tests, physical, two sets of uniforms and a criminal background check. This is our most popular package. You will also be reimbursed for your uniforms, TB tests, and physical if and when you start working in a nursing home (full time, part-time, or PRN).CNA Package 3: $1,400 Class, state exam, books, supplies, two TB tests, physical, 2 sets of uniforms, watch, quality nursing shoes**, BP cuff, stethoscope, gait belt, and a Med Ed CNA Training Classes bag.QMA Package: $900 Must be paid in full at registration. Must be CNA with 1000 hours LTC work and a high school diploma or GED. Includes class, IN QMA book, current drug book, supplies, and state exam. Classes are 8 am - 4:30 pm one day a week, 9 weeks. After class is completed. Students must do 45 hours of clinicals.Enrollment QuizRead the segment below and then answer the following questions.The fastest growing segment of the population in the United States is the elderly. The number of long-term health care facilities must increase to meet their needs. Because of medical advances, more people are living into adulthood and old age. With the growth of long-term health care facilities, we are more and more concerned that the elderly receive quality care.Nurse aides provide most of the direct personal care. A nurse aid helps in feeding, bathing, and dressing residents, along with other tasks. The nurse aide can be the resident's best friend.Question 1: What is the fastest growing segment of our population? ---Pre-SchoolersTeenagersElderlyQuestion 2: It is our concern that the elderly receive what? ---Quality careDiscount ratesMedical attentionQuestion 3: Who provides most of the direct care to the elderly in long-term care facilities? ---Registered nursesMedical doctorsNurse aidesQuestion 4: Why are people living longer? ---Medical advancesSmokingAccidentsMath segment. Enter your answer in the boxes under the math equations.823 + 177 = 140 - 28 = 87 - 14 = 111 + 942 = 55 + 66 = 130 - 24 = 81 - 74 = 355 - 265 = 42 - 38 = 161 - 84 = We will process your enrollment packet that we have just received. Upon acceptance to the class, we will email you an acceptance letter. Your acceptance letter may take up to 3 working days to process.We look forward to meeting you soon!