CNA careers can be stressful. However, learning the warning signs of stress, identifying the source of your stress and finding time for yourself can help you cope.
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.
How to Deal With Work-Related Stress as a CNAread more
What Will You Learn in a CNA Program?read more
During your CNA program, you will learn many things including common CNA responsibilities, medical terminology, medical equipment and practical skills.
A Typical Day for a CNAread more
As a CNA, you will be responsible for many tasks during your work day including feeding patients, taking vital signs, changing bedding, and running errands.
Best CNA Programs in New York Cityread more
There are several schools in New York City (NYC) that offer CNA programs including Hostos Community College, Kingsborough Community College, and Brookdale Community College.
Valuable Tips for CNA Job Interviewsread more
There are many valuable tips that can help you with a CNA job interview, including preparing ahead of time, dressing properly, arriving early, and being polite.
Useful Tips for Passing the CNA Certification Examread more
There are many tips that will help you pass your CNA exam, including utilizing practice tests, getting plenty of rest, and using the rule of elimination.
Top Scholarships for Aspiring CNAsread more
A lack of funds should not stop you from becoming a CNA: There are many great scholarships available that can help you pay some or all of your tuition!
Best CNA Programs in the U.S.read more
There are many fine CNA schools in the U.S., and some of the best include the College of DuPage, the City College of San Francisco and Pima Community College.
Tips for Finding the Best CNA Jobsread more
There are many things you can do to find a great CNA job, including creating a great resume, obtaining practical experience, and earning additional credentials.
Finding a Balance Between Work and Your CNA Trainingread more
Finding a balance between work and your CNA training is easy if you prioritize your activities, realize you cannot do everything and examine your work options.