Demand for CNAs and Approved Training Programs
According to the latest census statistics, there are 12,897,625 people currently living in the state of Illinois. 12.5 percent of those people are over the age of 65. This means that all of these people will likely need the help of a CNA in the near future. As a result, there is demand for individuals who have the necessary skills to work as a CNA in the state.Continue reading
Becoming certified as a CNA typically means taking a three- to six-week course at a community college or other state-approved training center. This course teaches all the basic skills that unlicensed staff are expected to perform in a healthcare facility, such as how to give bed baths and change linens (including how to do so for patients who cannot get out of bed), how to reposition patients who are at risk for pressure ulcers or “bed sores” and how to help patients with limited mobility when they wish to walk short distances within their room, such as to the toilet or shower, or on the unit.
A listing of approved CNA training and testing sites in North Carolina is availableContinue reading
Certified Nurse Aides can find many opportunities for employment in both urban and rural areas of the state.
For people who are looking into becoming a Certified Nurse Aide in Michigan we have identified the following resources that you might find helpful.Continue reading
Certified Nursing Assistants can find many opportunities for employment in both the Minneapolis St. Paul Metro area as well as the outstate and rural areas.
For people who are looking becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant in Minnesota we have identified the following resources that you might find helpful.Continue reading
CNAs are working on the front lines of patient care throughout the healthcare industry in the United States. However, even though there are CNAs in every state there are differences between the states.
Not only are Certified Nursing Assistants called Certified Nursing Aids in some states, but the path to being a CNA can vary from state to state as well. That is why we are putting together a resource list for each state.
Click on the link for each state to see information about that state’s certification process and requirements along with information about approved training providers for that state.
Check back often as we will be adding information about more states on a regular basis.