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In this section, you’ll find in-depth articles on different, important aspects of the training and career of a Certified Nursing Assistant. We’ll be updating this section with new articles regularly, so you may want to bookmark this page for quick and easy access later.

  1. Dealing with Job Burnout as a CNA
    Dealing with Job Burnout as a CNA

    There are many things you can do to cope with job burnout as a CAN, including talking to your supervisor, taking a vacation, and switching to part-time hours.

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  2. Continuing Education for CNAs
    Continuing Education for CNAs

    As a CNA, you must complete continuing education courses on occasion. You can find these classes in such places as community colleges, hospitals, or online websites.

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  3. Geriatric Care Training for CNAs
    Geriatric Care Training for CNAs

    One of the best ways to broaden your employment opportunities as a CNA or increase your chances of advancement is to enroll in geriatric care training courses.

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  4. What is the Difference Between a CNA and an LPN?
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  5. Preventing Back Injuries as a CNA
    Preventing Back Injuries as a CNA

    There are many ways to avoid back injuries as a CAN, including making use of lifting devices, wearing comfortable shoes, and staying in top physical shape.

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  6. Creating an Outstanding CNA Resume
    Creating an Outstanding CNA Resume

    Creating a great CNA resume is not difficult if you plan your cover letter, organize your resume’s body properly, pay attention to your format, and make use of a template.

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  7. What Makes a Great CNA?
    What Makes a Great CNA?

    There are many qualities that make a great CAN, including a caring personality, compassion, excellent communication skills, trustworthiness, and dependability.

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  8. Creating an Effective CNA Job Search Strategy
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  9. Preparing for Your CNA Certification Exam
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  10. Educational Options for Aspiring CNAs
    Educational Options for Aspiring CNAs

    If you want to become a CNA, you have several educational options, including enrolling in a local community college, trade school, or an online training center.

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