We’ve talked a lot about accreditation, finding the right ‘fit’ when it comes to choosing a school, and even what to look for to avoid CNA training scams, but do you know how to find quality CNA training? We’re not talking about training that is state approved or has the correct number of required hours per federal and state regulations; this is a given. We’re talking about the quality of the lectures, of the teachers, and of the skills you’ll learn. Have you found a CNA training program that will give you every skill and all the knowledge you’ll need to be successful, or are you attending a course that simply skims by with the basics they are required to teach?
If you don’t know, you should.
CNA training is the beginning step toward the rest of your life. If you aren’t sure you’ve signed up for a quality class, here are a few ways you can evaluate your current situation.