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.
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.
I'm Finished With My CNA Classes: What Do I Do Now?read more
FAQs About CNA Training Programsread more
Learning the answers to common questions about CNA training requirements, can help you launch your new career and begin working in no time at all!
Tips to Help You Get Through Your CNA Training Programread more
Some of the best tips to succeed in your CNA training program are to get organized, take plenty of notes, gather your resources and take time to relax.
Best Tips for Starting a CNA Careerread more
When starting a CNA career, be sure to register for your program early, take time to study for your CNA exam and be persistent in your job-search efforts.
A Basic Overview of the CNA Certification Examread more
The CNA certification exam consists of a 70-question, multiple-choice written test and a practical skills assessment that evaluates your skills as a CNA.
Best Career Options for CNAsread more
Some great career options for CNAs include working for hospitals, nursing homes, hospice care centers, home healthcare companies and CNA staffing agencies.
Do You Have What it Takes to be a CNA?read more
If you are compassionate, a good team worker, emotionally stable and in excellent health, you just may have what it takes to become a great CNA.
What You Should and Shouldn't Add to Your CNA Resumeread more
Learning what you should and should not add to your CNA resume can mean the difference between securing your desired job position and being turned down.
Why You Should Begin Your Nursing Career as a CNAread more
Beginning a nursing career as a CNA can provide you with a peek at nursing careers, funds while attending nursing school and valuable work experience.
Advantages of College-Based Versus On-the-Job CNA Trainingread more
Some of the advantages of college-based CNA training include gaining theoretical knowledge, earning college credits and getting help with the CNA exam.