Archive for the 'Becoming A Certified Nursing Assistant' Category

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – Is This What to Expect After CNA Training?

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Are CNA Training Graduates Shirking Their Responsibility? They always say that entering into CNA training proves you’re a special kind of person. To dedicate your life (or at least a good portion of your career) to become a certified nursing assistant is commendable. It should conjure up visions of Florence Nightengale, or at least a [...]

4 Tips for Older Adults Entering CNA Training

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

CNA Training CNA training offers the opportunity of a lifetime for many individuals who are interested in becoming successful within the medical field. While many students entering CNA training start within a few years of graduating from high school, many more are taking charge of their careers later in their twenties, thirties, or even forties. [...]

CNA Training: 6 ways to Boost Your Score on Your State Exam

Friday, April 12th, 2013

CNA Training & Your State Exam One thing that many students enrolled in a CNA training program worry about is the final exam with the state. This is a very important test and passing it is necessary to your future career, but there are several ways to prepare for the exam. The majority of students [...]

Is CNA Training the Path to Nursing School?

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

CNA Training and Your Career Path Although CNA training classes are not prerequisite to becoming an RN or LPN, you may want to consider CNA training as well as working as a certified nursing assistant before embarking on a nursing career. What are the benefits of this career path? Let’s take a look: Earning your [...]

What Are the CNA Training Requirements?

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Your CNA Training Information According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a career after CNA training is a wise choice with ever increasing job opportunities. Not only is a career as a nursing assistant in high demand, it is also one with many opportunities to work in a variety of care situations. As a CNA, [...]

Time Saving Tips After CNA Training

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Your Career After CNA Training Once you’ve completed CNA training and embark on your new career, there will be an adjustment period, so it’s best to prepare for it. If you’ve found employment at a state hospital, or a total living center you’ll most likely be assigned to 4 or more patients each day. There [...]

What Are the CNA Training Requirements?

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

CNA Training Requirements We’ve covered this topic before, but for those of you who are just starting the search for CNA training information, here’s a recap of the necessary steps to become a CNA, certified nursing assistant. Because of the nature of the work and duties a nursing assistant  performs, a CNA training course and [...]

The Best and Worst Resources for CNA Training

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

CNA Training These days the health care field has been gaining quite a bit of momentum, especially when it comes to CNA training. In spite of, or perhaps because of, the economy, more and more individuals are turning to the health care field for their careers, many acknowledging the fact that even though some jobs [...]

CNA Training: A New Way to Take Notes

Friday, February 15th, 2013

CNA Training When you first begin CNA training, you will find it isn’t as easy as you thought it was going to be. There are real lessons to be learned here, and you do have to pay attention to make it through the class and earn your certification at the end. One of the best [...]

Choosing CNA Training- When You Want to Become a Nurse

Friday, February 8th, 2013

CNA Training In the past, we’ve discussed how to choose the right CNA training school. Each and every tip is essential for obtaining the right education so you can understand what you need to in order to be a great CNA. When you begin CNA training with the intention of becoming a nurse later on, [...]