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About Beo CNA Training Center
We look forward to helping you reach your career goals at the Beo Training Center! Please click the course name to discover the many courses that we have to offer.
During the COVID-19 crisis, the Beo Training Center continues to offer all forms of instruction through online, hybrid CNA courses.
Courses We Offer
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The Fastest Way To Become A CNA In The Front Range!
Creighton University EMS
Centura Health Locations, including St. Anthony’s Hospital in Denver, Penrose Main Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center in Colorado Springs
UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central — CNA Clinical Location
UCHealth Memorial Hospital North–EMS Clinical Location
Parkview Medical Center–EMS and LPN Clinical Location
The University of Colorado Hospital, Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora–EMS Clinical Location
Additional clinical sites for EMS students include all UCH locations in Colorado to include Fort Collins, Greeley, and Loveland
Good News Students - Clinicals have resumed
We are happy to announce that UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central is allowing CNA students back! Every Beo class will include hands on clinical time in this premier hospital setting, effective September 2020.
Lesile McDonaldPhysical Therapist
Janine Wellborn, RN, BSProgram Coordinator
Janine is the Program Coordinator for the Beo Nurse Aide Training courses. She retired from Memorial Hospital Central in Colorado Springs but continues to instruct entry-level health care practitioners. After thirty-seven years of nursing in critical care, ER, pediatrics and home health care, she has the training and experience to share and teach outside the hospital and community facility arenas. Her proficiency and knowledge in mentoring CNA’s and technicians was honed in the classroom and refined on the job as she developed teams to provide quality patient care.
Mary Watson, RN, BSNProgram Instructor
Born and raised in South Dakota, Mary has been in Colorado for the last 23 years. Once Mary finished school in South Dakota, she was relocated here with the United States Air Force, working in Space Operations. With 22 years under her belt she made the transition into nursing, where she has really enjoyed working with people and being a helping hand. The CNA course has gained some additional energy from the upbeat personality Mary brings to Beo everyday.