Cna certification - How to become a CNA

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In this presentation you will learn how to become a CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant). We cover what a CNA is, how much a cna makes, CNA Training, CNA Certification, CNA Exam and much more.

In this presentation you will learn how to become a CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant). We cover what a CNA is, how much a cna makes, CNA Training, CNA Certification, CNA Exam and much more.

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  • 1. CNA Certificationhttp://howtobecomeacnanow.com
  • 2. Become a CNA Now!How to become a CNA
  • 3. Requirements Completed CNA training program High School Diploma or GED Passing the CNA Exam Drug and background test
  • 4. Why Become a CNA? Career in the medical field Work for your community Emotionally rewarding Competitive Salary
  • 5. CNA Training Typically 4 to 6 weeks of training Minimum of 72 hours of training 2 parts Classroom and practical training Trained on basic techniques and skills to carefor patients.
  • 6. CNA Job Duties Recording and reporting patient progress Feeding patients Taking blood pressure Moving and transporting patients Dressing the patient Patient hygiene Much more!
  • 7. CNA Exam 2 parts written/multiple choice and skillsevaluation test Must pass to become a CNA Covers all aspects of becoming a nurseassistantGet a detailed CNA exam over here
  • 8. CNA Salary Depending on location and experience salaryranges vary The average pay for a CNA falls between20,000 and 35,000 a year
  • 9. CNA Jobs Lots of opportunities CNA’s work in nursing homes, hospitals,residences, assisted living centers, and more
  • 10. How to become a CNA Want to know more? Learnhow to become a CNA from the must trustedsource on the web for CNA’s.