Minnesota CNA Resources

In Minnesota CNAs are called Certified Nursing Assistants. The state of Minnesota has a population of over 5 million people and over 13% of its’ citizens are 65 years of age or older. The demand for CNAs in Minnesota should remain high into the foreseeable future.

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.

Find Nursing Assistant Training/Testing Sites in Minnesota

Minnesota State CapitolClick here to use a search tool that will help you locate Nursing Assistant training and testing sites in Minnesota. This tool allows you to search by city and by site name. It also allows you to “select all” and see all of the sites in the state database.

Information About The Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry

Click here to be taken to a page with information and resources about the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry. The web page has information on how to contact the Nursing Assistant Registry. Plus, it also addresses common questions and concerns such as:

  • Purpose of the NA Registry
  • Who Can Work as an Nursing Assistant?
  • How to be placed on the Nursing Assistant Registry?
  • Interstate Endorsement Forms
  • How To Stay on the Nursing Assistant Registry?
  • How to Obtain Duplicate NA Certificates?
  • What To Do in the Event of Name or Address Changes?

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