Archive for the 'CNA Certification by State' Category

CNA Training Class Options – CNA 1 and CNA 2

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

In some states, Oregon for one, CNA training can be broken up into two phases: CNA Training 1 and CNA Training 2. The main benefit of breaking training up this way is a much shorter classroom or training period, allowing a student to quickly enter the workplace and begin his or her career. While the [...]

After CNA Training – Can I Transfer My CNA License to another State?

Friday, March 15th, 2013

By now you’ve successfully completed CNA training and you may even have several months or years of experience behind you. But now there’s a glitch in the Matrix. You’ve just discovered you have the opportunity to move out of state and you’re considering it, –but what will happen to your current CNA license? Can it [...]

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 [...]

CNA Training Programs in Iowa

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

CNA Training If you live in Iowa, you have several options for choosing a CNA training program. You will first want to ensure you find a program approved by the state, one that is affordable for your particular budget, and one that offers you the flexible schedule you need to obtain your education without sacrificing [...]

South Carolina CNA Training Certification Information

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

CNA Training Becoming employed as a CNA after CNA training in South Carolina will allow you to working under the watchful eyes of professional registered nurses and licensed practical nurses performing tasks that assist patients with daily activities such as grooming, eating, and bathing. While some states allow non-certified aides to perform these duties, in [...]

CNA Training Certification Information for Montana

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

CNA Training Have you ever considered becoming a CNA in the state of Montana? In order to join this area of the medical field and begin caring for patients, you must first undergo CNA training and then earn your CNA training certification. Once these steps are completed, you will be able to assist patients with [...]