Choosing the Right CNA Class and Avoiding A Scam

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Before deciding to spend time and money on a CNA school, it’s important to know what you’ll be learning and doing during the CNA class to ensure it’s a good fit. The end goal is to prepare yourself to pass a CNA state exam and most importantly, become a good CNA in today’s growing workforce…. Read more »

What are the most important CNA requirements?

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There are dozens of important CNA requirements, so it can be challenging to discern which are more important than others. A CNA certification is a major must-have, but there are a few intangible CNA requirements that every CNA must possess in order to be successful. Here are some of the top requirements for a CNA position: Passion.This is… Read more »

CNA Job Description

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Often, we get asked for a standard “CNA job description”. It’s important to note that every caregiving position is truly unique and revolves around the needs of the client. No two people are alike, right? However, there are few fundamentals that every CNA job description tend to share. Learn more with our CNA Duties Guide

CNA Classes – A quick tip guide

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Thinking of becoming a CNA and obtaining a CNA Certification? We’ve been getting a lot of questions about CNA classes over here at myCNAjobs recently so we thought we’d share with our broader community. How long is a CNA class? CNA class duration is dependent upon your specific program and state requirements. Most programs range from 80 to… Read more »

CNA Certification

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Receiving CNA certification is a big step in a caregiver career and often attracts a wide array of folks. Here’s a quick guide on what caregiver certfication is, how much CNA school typically costs, and a few tips along the journey of obtaining your degree. First, note that there are three main types of caregivers: Non-certified… Read more »

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