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Becoming a CNA is a great way to enter the field of healthcare/nursing. If you wish to advance to a more specialized field of nursing, there will be plenty of opportunity to do so. Find out if a nursing career is right for you!

JOB STABILITY AND FLEXIBILITY

Being a CNA offers a high degree of job stability and flexibility. There is currently a great demand for qualified CNAs and this trend is expected to grow. CNAs work in various healthcare settings and are needed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in some settings. This can allow you to work a schedule that fits in well with the rest of your life.

EASIER TO GET ACCEPTED IN A PROGRAM

CNA NursingPrep allows you to learn what is expected of you as a Nursing Assistant. Once you apply that knowledge and maintain those high standards of care out in the field, you will have the both the confidence and the knowledge to advance your nursing career if you choose. This training meets or exceeds the requirements for all 50 states.

CNA JOB OUTLOOK

CNA Job Outlook

Overall employment of nursing assistants is projected to grow 11 percent from 2016 to 2026.  This is faster than the average for all occupations.  As the baby-boom population ages, nursing assistants will be needed to assist and care for elderly patients.

CNA Wages

IOWA

Will allow individuals to challenge the examination if they have not had the usual

training, but believe they can pass both the written and practical skills tests.  Note: If an applicant fails to pass the examination in three attempts, the applicant is NOT eligible for reexamination unless the applicant completes an approved training program determined by the state of Iowa.
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FLORIDA

To become a certified nursing assistant in Florida
1   Read the two privacy

statements located on page 1 and 2 of the application.
2   Complete all pages of the Florida Certified Nursing Assistant Application
The application form is also available online at
www.prometric.com/NurseAide/fl.
Complete the Florida Board of Nursing background screening—Page 5.
3   Prepare for your exam, using the content outlines in this bulletin—Page 15.
4   Take your exams at your scheduled exam location. Be sure to bring the necessary identification with you to the test center—Page 7.
5   Once you have passed both parts of the CNA exam and completed all necessary paperwork, the Florida Board of Nursing will send you your certificate and you will be placed on the Florida CNA Registry—Page 13.

view State of Florida Candidate Information Bulletin

Will also allow individuals to challenge the examination if they have not had the usual training but believe they can pass both the written and practical skills tests. This option is only available to individuals who are at least 18 years of age and/ or in possession of a high school diploma. Note: If an applicant fails to pass the nursing assistant competency examination in three attempts, the applicant is not eligible for reexamination unless the applicant completes an approved training program.

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MINNESOTA

Does have a test out option. At a minimum, an individual would need to take and pass

  both the written nursing assistant test and the skills test at an approved MN testing site. An individual has three tries to pass each test.  www.health.state.mn.us/nar
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MONTANA

Allows one opportunity to challenge and pass the state examination. If a candidate

does not pass, they will be required to take an approved nurse aide training program. For information regarding challenging, please call Headmaster at 406-442-8656.
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NORTH DAKOTA

Allows individuals to challenge the nursing assistant examination.

Candidates are allowed three attempts within six months of testing eligibility, tracked from completion of the first test attempt. If a candidate fails three attempts, written, skills or both, the candidate must complete an approved training program.
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