Archive for October, 2012

After CNA Training: Willing Being Fired Affect Your Employeability?

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

CNA Training Becoming a CNA seemed like the best choice for your life. You love helping others, and you loved the idea that taking CNA training could help you make a real difference in the lives of others. However, things don’t always work out the way we expect them to. After CNA training, you were [...]

CNA Training in Alabama

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

CNA Training If you live in Alabama, you can easily become a certified nursing assistant by completing a CNA training program. After your CNA training is over, you must then take and pass the National Nurse Aide Exam, which includes both a written exam and a clinical exam. You must take this exam within one [...]

After CNA Training- You Are Not a Nurse

Monday, October 29th, 2012

CNA Training During your CNA training, you are going to learn valuable skills that will help you succeed in the medical setting. You will be taught how to perform range of motion exercises, help patients eat, and how to provide daily care. You will also be taught how to take vital signs, which includes monitoring [...]

CNA Training Programs in Ohio

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

CNA Training Like every other state in America, Ohio mandates that those who wish to become CNAs obtain CNA training approved by the state and pass the state certification exam. If you live in this state and are considering a new career in the medical field, you have access to many different CNA training programs [...]

CNA Training Programs in Texas

Saturday, October 27th, 2012

CNA Training There are several different CNA training programs within the state of Texas you can take advantage of if you want to become a CNA. However, if you want the best education, and state approved certification, there is one abbreviation you need to learn and recognize: NATCEP. This abbreviation stands for the Nurse Aide [...]

CNA Training Programs in Maine

Friday, October 26th, 2012

CNA Training If you are living in Maine and have decided to become a certified nursing assistant, you are going to need to complete at least 150 hours of CNA training. The number of hours for your CNA training should include both classroom and clinical studies, and can be obtained throughout the state of Maine [...]

CNA Training Programs in Arkansas

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

CNA Training Do you live in the Natural State? Are you interested in becoming a CNA? In order to become a certified nursing assistant in Arkansas, you must take and pass a CNA training course. After the completion of this course, you will only have one year to take and pass the state CNA training [...]

Would You Encourage Others to Take CNA Training?

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

CNA Training You love being a CNA. Since you finished CNA training, you can’t help but think this profession is one of the more rewarding and exciting careers available. However, if you were to stop and really consider everything you have experienced, would you encourage anyone else to take CNA training like you did?   [...]

Surviving a Double Shift After CNA Training

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

CNA Training Since you finished CNA training and began working as a CNA, how many times has your nursing supervisor approached you and asked you to work a double shift? Or perhaps you enjoy the thought of having four days off during the week, so you volunteered to work double shifts on the hardest-to-staff days: [...]

Tips for Avoiding the Flu After CNA Training

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

CNA Training Flu season is upon us, and if there is anything you learned in CNA training, it’s that those in the medical field are always susceptible to viruses like the flu. Avoiding it isn’t too difficult, however, if you paid attention during CNA training!