Archive for the 'CNA Interview' Category

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, [...]

Answering Difficult Interview Questions After CNA Training

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

CNA Training Whether you are just finishing CNA training or you graduated years ago, you understand the importance of a great interview. That short spoken questionnaire can mean the difference between standing in a hospital helping patients or standing in the unemployment line. Despite how important it is, however, it is surprising how many of [...]

Your Interview After CNA Training: Why You Weren’t Hired

Sunday, December 9th, 2012

CNA Training So, you’ve just completed your first interview after CNA training. You thought it went well, but when you received a call from the interviewer saying you would not be accepted for the position, you realized it may have not gone as well as you first thought.   What could have happened?   Your [...]

The Toughest Interview Question After CNA Training

Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

CNA Training You’ve been through CNA training. You’ve prepared for every possible situation you can. You are ready to begin practicing the knowledge you’ve gained in a real career. Even if you’ve landed an interview, though, you may not be as ready as you think you are.   What’s stopping you? One simple question that [...]

Your Career After CNA Training: The Dreaded Group Interview

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

CNA Training For many students who have completed CNA training, group interviews are a piece of cake. These individuals work well in a team setting and are easily able to make their ideas and thoughts heard in the midst of a crowd. However, not all students who complete CNA training have these qualities. Some have [...]

Your Interview After CNA Training: Night Before Preparation

Monday, October 1st, 2012

CNA Training If you have finally completed CNA training and are preparing for your first job interview, there’s no doubt you are nervous. After all, this is like the start of your new career. It’s big, as big as the pregame in football. You have to be prepared for it, or you could miss out [...]

After CNA Training: Answering Three Tough Interview Questions

Monday, September 17th, 2012

CNA Training When you finish CNA training, the first thing you will most likely do is look for employment. There are many different jobs available for CNAs; you may want to work at hospitals, nursing homes, day care centers, or you might want to be a home health aide. The opportunities are almost endless. Once [...]

After CNA Training – 5 Mistakes That Will Make You Look Unprofessional

Monday, April 16th, 2012

Career After CNA Training After you’ve completed your CNA training, the first step you’re likely to be  taking is to find employment. Sounds easy right? In many cases, it’s not as simple as you’d like. Once your CNA training class is over, nearby employers looking to hire qualified CNA training graduates are going to have [...]

Why Can’t I Find a Job After CNA Training? 3 Vital Keys

Monday, April 9th, 2012

CNA Training & Careers Not all CNA training classes are the same. Some guarantee job placement to students who’ve successfully completed the required course and received certification. Unfortunately not every CNA training class offers job placement. Generally, the more expensive courses are the ones that can guarantee job placement. They generally use the “guaranteed job [...]

After CNA Training: Quick Tips For Pushing Your CNA Resume To Top of The Stack

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Career Advice After CNA Training After CNA training, you may be submitting many resumes to several different medical facilities. While it may seem like you are being ignored, this generally isn’t the case. Hiring managers may have to sift through hundreds of resumes for each position and may only call in two or three individuals [...]