Red Cross CNA Training Program


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Red Cross CNA Training Program

  1. 1. Red Cross CNA Training ProgramThis article posted at the CNA Certification and Training blog. If you are looking for a high quality andknowledgeable CNA certification program, then you will definitely be interested in the Red CrossCNA training program! For more than a century, the American Red Cross has been arecognized leader in the nursing industry and have been a provider of can training for more than20 years. The Red Cross offers CNA training at hundreds of different locations across thecountry and will give you the training you need to receive your certification in a matter of a fewweeks. Lets take a closer look at the Red Cross CNA training program and how it can get youone step closer to fulfilling your dreams of a successful career in the medical field as a certifiednursing assistant.What Is The American Red Cross CNA Training Program?The American Red Cross CNA training program offers what many people call the best andhighly reputable training courses available today! If you happen to have a local chapter in yourarea, then this would be a great program for you to complete and better prepare yourself to takethe CNA certification exam and pass it with flying colors! The Red Cross CNA training programwill give you both practical experience as well as classroom experience.You will also gain knowledge in many areas such as human anatomy, biology, terminology, andthe correct safety precautions that a CNA should display. The only requirements for enrollinginto the Red Cross CNA training program is that you are 18 years old, that you have nocommunicable diseases, and that you are not pregnant.Are There Any Requirements For The Red Cross CNA Training Program?CNA requirements will of course vary from state to state. However, the Red Cross CNA trainingprogram is designed uniquely to meet the specific requirements of the state that you live in. It isimportant to know that as a CNA, it is your responsibility to know the proper regulatory 1/2
  2. 2. requirements for nursing in your specific state that you will be practicing in. You can be sure that with the training that you receive through the Red Cross that you will be given the peace of mind in knowing that you are in compliance with all of your state and federal laws. You will also have peace of mind in knowing that your training will be 100% accredited! Who Will Be Instructing Me In The Red Cross CNA Training Program And What Will It Cost Me To Attend? The training that you receive through the Red Cross will be provided and supervised by a registered nurse (RN) and will provide you with all of the information and skills that you need to know to develop a successful position in the medical field. Becoming a CNA will require you to work in many different medical atmospheres such as home health facilities, nursing homes, and hospitals. You will work with patients one-on-one throughout their everyday activities such as helping them get out of bed, bathing them, assisting them with eating, and even clothing themselves. You will also be involved in many other medical duties such as charting, gathering patient vitals, and cleaning. The actual cost of the Red Cross CNA training program will vary from state to state. A lot of this is due to the particular training program meeting specific state policies governing the certification. Averagely, you can expect to pay anywhere from $500 to over $1,500 for your CNA training. However, the cost of your training depends solely on the length of time it takes you to complete the program. For many states, training can be completed in as little as 3 weeks (120 hours), while other states may require you to take the course for over 6 weeks (250 hours). What better time than now to start your CNA career through the help from the American Red Cross. With job opportunities growing higher in demand, and continuing to rise, you will find that becoming a cna can be a lasting and rewarding career that will always be needed. Keep in mind that the healthcare industry is always adding jobs for qualified workers even if the economy in weak or in total shambles. There has never been a better time than now to begin a career in the medical profession as a CNA! Start your career through the Red Cross CNA training program today! Red Cross CNA Training Program 2/2Powered by TCPDF (