Medical Training Center
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
Help you to start
The Best Way to Become a CNA
on the Front Range!
beo Medical/Rocky Mountain EMS Education Program #EO52 is approved through Colorado Department of Public Health and Education.
This Hybrid course allows actively CO licensed EMT’s to experience both at-home course work, Skills Lab, and clinical time efficiently and cohesively. Simply complete and submit your application with your requested in-class date. Eight to twelve hour clinicals are scheduled after Skills Lab check-off. Classes are limited in size.
Course cost is $275.00
A current national criminal background check with SSN, Sex Offender Registry, and HealthCare Sanctions trace is required for your clinical experience. Should you not have this, it is available for an additional $50.00.
Textbook requirement: Intravenous Therapy for PreHospital Providers, 2nd ed; Kennamer, Michael, EdD, NREMT-P. Andolsek, Christopher. ISBN: 978-1-4496-4158-0
beo Training Center LPN IV Authority is approved through Colorado Department of Nursing.
This 3-day course provides LPN’s with active, unemcumbered CO licenses to expand their Scope of Practice to include the ability to start IV’s, administer fluids and medications, and obtain lab draws through both Peripheral IV’s and Central Venous Lines. Simply complete and submit your application with your requested in-class date. Eight to twelve hour clinicals are scheduled after Skills Lab check-off. Classes are limited in size.
Course cost is $400.00
Textbook requirement: IV Therapy Made Incredibly Easy, 4th Ed; Lippincott. ISBN: 13:978-1-60547-198-3
EMS- Centura Health Locations include St Anthony’s in Denver, Penrose Main Hospital and St Francis Medical Center in Colorado Springs
UCHealth locations include UCH Memorial North in Colorado Springs and UCH Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora.
LPN – IV clinical site is Parkview Medical Center
UCHealth to Require COVID-19 Vaccinations for All CNA Students
Effective October 1st, 2021
From the UCHealth Today Website, 8/16/21:
In late July, UCHealth joined many health care organizations across the nation in requiring vaccines for all staff and providers. By Oct. 1, everyone who works in UCHealth locations are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or receive an approved exemption as part of UCHealth’s continued commitment to protect the safety and health of our patients, employees, visitors – and communities.
* beo has been notified that this includes students
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.