Archive for the 'Career Choices' Category

Your Career After CNA Training – Workplace Professionalism

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Your Career After CNA Training After your months of CNA training is complete and you’re well on your way to a rewarding career, it is definitely not the time to stop learning, growing and improving. In fact, quite the opposite is true. If you’ve recently started a new job after  CNA training, you’ll have an [...]

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 [...]

CNA Training – An Open Door to Numerous Opportunities

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

If “a career in the medical field” makes your ears perk up, you may want to consider beginning your CNA training. Becoming a CNA comes with many benefits that can accommodate anyone who is interested in working in medicine and can jump-start a medical career. Before making excuses of why now isn’t the time, explore [...]

Benefits of Becoming a Home Health Aide After CNA Training

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

CNA Training Now that your CNA training is complete and you are ready to begin searching for a position in the medical field, you are left wondering exactly which position is right for you. While duties after CNA training are basically the same in almost every field, each type of position, such as those in [...]

An Overview of Working in a Group Home After CNA Training

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

CNA Training When you complete your CNA training program, you will have the opportunity to work in a variety of different settings. If you like working the elderly, you may decide to work in a nursing home. If you enjoy working with a variety of patients, you may choose to find employment at a hospital [...]

Duties You Will Perform in a Hospital After CNA Training

Monday, August 6th, 2012

CNA Training When you complete CNA training, you will have the option to work in many different locations, like nursing homes, for home health agencies, and daycare centers. One of the most common locations you can work, however, is in a hospital.   Many states will allow those who have finished CNA training to work [...]

The Easiest Job to Have After CNA Training

Saturday, May 26th, 2012

After CNA Training  Becoming a nursing assistant after CNA training is perhaps one of the toughest jobs you will ever face. In most facilities, the doctor comes into a patient’s room, looks over the chart, gives the patient’s a once-over, and signs an order. The LPN and RN provide patients with the medication they need [...]

Why CNA Training Should Be Your First Stop Before Nursing School

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

CNA Training  Did you know that many nursing schools these days actually require you to undergo CNA training before you can even apply for enrollment? It’s true. And while you may never have considered taking CNA training before, now is the time to sit down and seriously think about the advantages this type of program [...]

Becoming a Live-in CNA After CNA Training: What You Should Know

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Your Career After CNA Training     Where do you plan on working after you complete your CNA training? In a nursing home? In an assisted living facility? Perhaps in a daycare setting or a doctor’s office? There are dozens of different types of facilities you can choose from, but none of them provide you [...]

Recent Job Opportunities for CNA Training Graduates Show Promise!

Saturday, April 28th, 2012

CNA Training You may have heard the rumors that CNA training graduates without at least one solid year of experience as a CNA aren’t employable. While this may be true in certain areas (and we’d love to hear from you if this is a particular problem in your area), it’s certainly not true for every [...]