Archive for January, 2013

CNA Training in New Hampshire

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

CNA Training If you live in the state of New Hampshire, you should be aware there are many different CNA training programs available to you. Some are offered by healthcare facilities, while others are offered by community colleges. It is important to be careful when choosing which CNA training course you want to attend, though, [...]

CNA Training Classes in Indiana

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

CNA Training If you want to become a CNA in the state of Indiana, you must first complete CNA training through state-supported programs. Once this training is complete and your certification has been earned, you will provide a vital role in the health care field, providing basic care to patients and being the eyes and [...]

Second Languages After CNA Training

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

CNA Training America is comprised of many different cultures, races, and languages, and after CNA training you will most likely meet patients from each one. While you have earned your CNA training certification, have the skills and knowledge to care for each patient, what you are going to do if you can’t speak to them? [...]

Your Interview After CNA Training: It’s More Than Your Resume

Monday, January 28th, 2013

CNA Training Are you getting ready for your first interview after CNA training? We recently discussed the importance of the resume and how to use a sample resume, so it may surprise you to hear that your resume doesn’t really matter. Not anymore, that is. When you go in for an interview after CNA training, [...]

Tips to Quit Smoking After CNA Training

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

CNA Training If you’ve been through CNA training, you already know how harmful smoking can be to your health. However, it can be a really difficult habit to break, especially when it is used as a stress reliever. Life is full of stress, and your life after CNA training will be that much more stressful. [...]

Why You Should Use a Sample Resume After CNA Training

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

CNA Training When you are looking for employment after CNA training, one of the most important things (aside from your certification) you need to consider is your resume. In past articles, we have discussed how to create your own resume; however, creating a professional-looking resume isn’t a skill everyone has. If you are going to [...]

Increase Your Confidence With Continued CNA Training

Friday, January 25th, 2013

CNA Training If you want to be successful after CNA training, confidence is key. Confidence not only allows you provide better care for your patients, but also ensures you aren’t second guessing yourself every time you make a decision about a patient’s care. This can mean you enjoy your work after CNA training even more. [...]

Verifying Your CNA Training Certification

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

CNA Training If you have just completed CNA training and taken your state exam, you are probably very excited to obtain your CNA certification. After all, this license allows you to start your new career, working with patients in all areas of the health care field and providing them with basic medical assistance and help [...]

The Importance of Incident Reports After CNA Training

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

CNA Training Incident report. No one likes to hear those two words spoken together after CNA training. And we avoid them like the plague. In fact, there are times when an incident report needs to be filled out and we fail to do so because we don’t want to risk our jobs or get in [...]

Prerequisites for Red Cross CNA Training

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

CNA Training Are you thinking of taking Red Cross CNA training? If you are looking for an excellent training program where you will learn skill like taking and recording vital signs, helping patients bathe and dress, assisting patients with exercise, and helping patients walk and change positions, Red Cross CNA training is one of the [...]