At CNEI, our goal is to provide a quality education to enable our graduates to secure competitive jobs in the healthcare industry. We offer quality healthcare programs that integrate professional skills, career-focused education and hands-on practice, empowering students to develop and achieve their personal and career potential. CNEI provides education and training to enable graduates to succeed.
- 1976 CNEI is formed in Oakland, California to teach Continuing Education to Registered Nurses
- 1984 CNEI moves to Palm Springs
- 1992 CNEI expands the scope of training to include Continuing Education for Licensed Vocational Nurses, Certified Nurse Assistants, and First Aid training
- 1999 CNEI begins offering the Certified Nurses Assistant and the Home Health Aide courses
- 2003 Phlebotomy and Psychiatric Technician programs are added
- 2003 CNEI moves to Cathedral City
- 2004 The Hemodialysis Technician program is added
- 2005 The Licensed Vocational Nurse program is added
- August 2005 The College is granted accreditation from the Council on Occupational Education, a U.S. Department of Education recognized accrediting agency.
- May 2009 The College is granted approval from the U.S. Department of Education to offer Title IV Financial Aid, Student Loans and Grants, to qualified students.
- April 2011 The College moved to brand new facilities at 5200 E. Ramon Road Building I,Ste 1 Palm Springs.
- June 2012 The College received approval from the VA to train eligible veterans, their spouses, and dependents.
- September 2012 The College begins the Clinical Healthcare Technician program, which bundles several of our shorter programs together to give graduates several certifications.
- April 2013 The College receives approval for our Healthcare Administrative Assistant program.