How to become a CNA Instructor

Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Instructor can be a very rewarding position for a licensed nurse. Teaching and helping to develop individuals into caring, compassionate and competent CNAs is a way of assuring that clients in the health care arena receive the quality of hands on care that they deserve. One must keep in […]

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If you fail your CNA Exam, what next?

You have completed your C.N.A. training and have excelled in learning your skills.  All that is stopping you from your certification is one pesky little exam.  It is the final exam.  You had 3 cups of coffee this morning and put on your happy face. You even had oatmeal and fruit for breakfast in an […]

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Travel CNA Job Description

Have you ever been envious of people who get to travel for work?  They hop from place to place and get to see new destinations while they simultaneously earn a living.  Did you know that there are travel positions for Certified Nurse’s Assistants and other members of the medical staff as well?  Before you leap […]

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Travel Position for CNA

Most Certified Nurse Assistants might assume that they are limited to working in a health care facility close to home, but have you ever considered the possibility of seeing the world while maintaining a steady and profitable career?  Most health care professionals are aware that there are travel contracts available to Registered Nurses and Licensed […]

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CNA Job Interview Tips

The key to finding success as a working C.N.A. begins with an interview.  Attending an interview can be an intimidating experience.  You may second guess your abilities or feel put on the spot when direct questions are asked.  There are some things you can do to make the interview a positive experience. Be Prepared: Preparation […]

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