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Male CNAs: How to Deal With Refusal of Care After CNA Training

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

CNA Training If you are a man entering CNA training, you probably already know you are entering a field dominated by women. And that’s okay. You don’t have to love pink to be a fantastic CNA; while this job may be full of women, that doesn’t mean it can only be performed by this gender. [...]

The Secret to Obtaining The Right Job Benefits After CNA Training

Friday, December 7th, 2012

CNA Training When most individuals finish CNA training and begin looking for employment, their main concern is obtaining a salary they can live off of. For most CNAs, this is between $8.00 and $14.00 an hour. However, when you graduate from CNA training, a decent salary isn’t all you should be concerned with.   You [...]

At Home Jobs for CNAs After CNA Training

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

CNA Training When most individuals think about CNA training, they think about working in a nursing home, hospital, or medical facility. However, after a few years of working in these ‘normal’ locations, many CNAs begin to wonder if there isn’t something more. Many are moms and dads, wanting to spend more time at home and [...]

No One Will Hire Me! Finding Employment After CNA Training

Saturday, August 25th, 2012

CNA Training So, you’ve finally passed your CNA training test, and you are ready to get to work. You can’t wait to begin caring for patients and putting your CNA training to the good use. However, after a few months of sending your application in to various hospitals, nursing homes, and medical facilities in your [...]

5 Tips for CNAs Who Have Just Completed CNA Training

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

CNA Training Are you ready to begin your new career after CNA training? Becoming a CNA is a noble profession, and your CNA training has taught you how to handle the practical skills and theories needed to become a competent and fantastic nursing assistant for your patients.         Starting a new career [...]

CNA Training – Not So Pleasant Duties of a CNA

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

CNA Training If you’re looking into CNA training and considering a career as a certified nursing assistant, it’s important to think about all the duties that are involved. There’s more to being a CNA than just changing bedding and taking vital signs. Some of the duties of a certified nursing assistant are not for those [...]

After CNA Training – Is There a Better Time of Year for Job Hunting?

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

Employment After CNA Training Now that you’ve completed your CNA training, are you ready to get to work? While you may be anxious, it may be a little while longer before you actually land your new job. Why? Here’s a little inside information. Finding a job after CNA training is much easier during certain times [...]

3 Unique Ways to Find Employment After Your CNA Training Class

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

Thinking about a CNA training class? You’ll also need to consider possible employment opportunities. The job market for almost anyone in the health care field is becoming saturated. Although job security and room for advancement is high, getting your foot in the door and securing a job as a certified nursing assistant can sometimes seem [...]

An Overview of the CNA Training Course

Friday, December 31st, 2010

Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant So you’ve made the decision to take the CNA training class to become a Certified Nursing Assistant?  Congratulation! Not only is a career as a CNA rewarding and respected part of the health care industry, but according to the Department of Labor Statistics, certified nursing assistant job opportunities are plentiful [...]

Working With the Elderly as a Certified Nursing Assistant

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

As the elderly population increases, so does the need for Certified Nursing Assistants. When we become a certain age, normal tasks can become difficult to perform unaided. In addition, older age can bring on additional health problems. These may be hereditary or due to poor self care. Regardless of the cause, some health issues require [...]