All about CNA Training

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Re: All about CNA Training

Postby devroul123 » Wed Apr 09, 2014 3:01 am

Nursing profession is one of the noblest jobs in the health care departments. This job not only gives you social respect but also gives you inner satisfaction with decent money. So it is become one of the hottest career opportunities in the modern day job fare. You can choose online courses or offline regular courses to pursue the career as a nurse assistant or a nurse. http://www.arna.net - click this for more.
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Re: All about CNA Training

Postby EmilyW » Fri Jan 22, 2016 4:25 pm

http://www.thinkcnaonline.com is a great resource for aspiring CNA as well!

See http://www.thinkcnaonline.com/cna-to-lpn-online/ for CNA to LPN information;
http://www.thinkcnaonline.com/cna-to-lvn-online/ for CNA to LVN;
and http://www.thinkcnaonline.com/cna-to-rn-online/ for CNA to RN.
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Re: All about CNA Training

Postby ElsieBernhardt » Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:14 am

Make sure to check for the certification the school is providing for the course and where(places as in cities or country) it will be accepted.
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Re: All about CNA Training

Postby Helena Parker » Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:55 am

http://www.cnabuzz.com/cna-guide/sample-cna-resume-cover-letter/

Certified nursing assistants are most valued members and lifelines of the health care industry. They also have faster career growth opportunities. After few years working experience and continuing education, they can become an LPN or RN. However, students must enroll in schools that are State and federal OBRA-87 approved.
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