Archive for the 'CNA Programs' Category

Get Techie During CNA Training

Friday, January 11th, 2013

CNA Training When you apply for CNA training, you expect to sit in a classroom and learn. So, you purchase pens, notebooks, pencils, note cards, highlighters, and erases, all tools that can be used to help you study, understand, and learn the important details you are taught. In this day and age, though, there are [...]

What You Will Learn During CNA Training

Friday, June 1st, 2012

CNA Training  Are you ready to begin your CNA training? CNAs, or certified nursing assistants are the backbone of patient care in hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical facilities. This means when you begin your CNA training, you will be starting a career that is necessary to the health care field and essential to the [...]

Two Things to Look for in a Credible CNA Training Program

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

CNA Training Programs CNA training programs are all a little different. Some will be offered at community colleges or adult education centers, while others may be held in private learning centers or vocational facilities. While each one will have it’s own perks (such as job placement, free pre-testing before certification, or even extra online videos [...]

The Importance of Accredited CNA Training

Saturday, February 18th, 2012

CNA Training Facts When many new students begin searching for a quality CNA training program, they look at schools that can provide them with flexible schedules, current curriculum, and an abundance of necessary skills. However, many don’t even think to look into the program’s accreditation. Many times, this is because they simply forget the importance [...]

CNA Training Grants in New York City

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Help With CNA Training in New York City If you are looking for financial assistance with your CNA training in New York, here is the information specific for the city of New York. Certified nursing assistants are in demand in large, urban, metropolitan cities, even if the rate of employment is down in other areas. [...]

CNA Training: Brand New Program to Decrease the Number of Patient Falls

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Ongoing CNA Training Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) provide critical support to the staff of hospitals, nursing homes, and outpatient clinics.  One of the primary duties of a CNA is to keep patients under their care safe from injury caused by accidents.  Unfortunately, accidents are not uncommon in facilities responsible for caring for sick, recovering, or [...]

The Benefits of Red Cross CNA Training

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Red Cross CNA training is the perfect choice for those who want to become certified nursing assistants because of the standard of excellence this program entails. The curriculum not only complies with federal standards for CNAs, but also includes individual state requirements that may not be the same as the federal requirements. What Kind of [...]

CNA Training: Can You Take Your CNA Training While in High School?

Friday, April 1st, 2011

A question we are asked quite often is whether or not a high school student can take their CNA training while in high school. This is a great question indeed, and just proves that there are extremely forward thinking and motivated students out there, concerned about their careers enough to want to get their CNA [...]

Can You Complete Your CNA Training Class in One Week?

Friday, February 25th, 2011

An internet search for “one week CNA Training Class” returns over 14,000 results. A term with that many hits has to be legitimate, right? Well, not necessarily. If you want to know if these one week CNA training classes are worth the investment  then you’ve come to the right place. After we noticed the ads [...]

Free CNA Training Available from Your Employer

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Looking for For Free CNA Training? Becoming a certified nursing assistance can be your gateway into the rewarding field of health care. More than just another “job,” a career as a CNA involves working with patients to provide their basic daily needs while also lending emotional support and encouragement. If you are already working in [...]