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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.
How to Impress Your Boss as a CNAread more
Can I Work as a CNA Before I Take the CNA Exam?read more
Depending on your state's and potential employer's rules pertaining to CNA certifications, you may be able to work as a CNA before taking the CNA exam.
Why Do CNAs Need to Complete Continuing Education Courses?read more
Completing continuing education courses for CNAs can keep your certification active, teach you about new technology and increase your employability.
FAQs About the CNA Certification Examread more
Learning the answers to some common questions pertaining to the CNA certification exam can calm your nervousness and help you ace your test.
6 Things You Need to Know About CNA Programsread more
Before enrolling in a CNA program, you need to learn about its prerequisites, the length of the program and whether or not it offers a CNA exam prep class.
What You Need to Know Before Applying for a CNA Jobread more
When applying for a CNA job, you will want to be sure to create an effective resume, be persistent in your job search and dress appropriately.
The Diversity of CNA Careersread more
If you would like a career that offers flexible work schedules and a broad range of diverse job opportunities, a CNA career may be perfect for you!
5 Reasons to Begin a CNA Careerread more
Some of the best reasons to begin a CNA career today include excellent starting wages, short training programs, flexible job positions and job security.
Tips for Utilizing CNA Practice Examsread more
When utilizing CNA practice exams, you want to be sure to use more than one or two websites, complete as many tests as you can and put yourself on a timer.
I'm Finished With My CNA Classes: What Do I Do Now?read more
After finishing your CNA classes, you will need to study for the CNA exam, apply for a seat to take the test and create an attractive and effective resume.