Step 1: Find a Training Program

A list of providers approved to provide CHHA training can be found on the Division of Consumer Affairs website at the link here. In the search fields, select “Nursing” for the Profession category, and “HHA Program Approval” for the License Type category to generate a list of approved CHHA training providers. You can also search for programs by city to find training programs specific to your area.

When searching for a training program through the above link check that the License Status of the provider is listed as “Active,” which indicates that they are currently licensed to provide training. When you have identified a training program, visit that provider’s website for more information about enrollment, pricing, and course availability.

Certified Nursing Assistant Bridge Training

If you are already working as a Certified Nursing Assistant, certain training providers may offer special programs that can help you get your CHHA certification faster. These programs are sometimes referred to as CNA to CHHA bridge trainings. See the links below for some examples of bridge programs available in New Jersey:

Care Right There Home Healthcare LLC
New Jersey CHHA Classes Home Health Aide Training
Assisting Hands NJ
Certified Home Health Aide (C.H.H.A.) Classes
A1 Allied Health Training Institute
CPR, HHA, CNA, CMA Training | Camden, New Jersey
Angel Caregiver Academy
Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) Training School
Caliber Health Plus
CHHA Training New Jersey NJ