Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) nursing professionals work under the close supervision of registered nurses. They are tasked to provide care and keep patients comfortable.
The work demand for CNA nursing professionals are expected to grow faster than the average.
The high turnover for CNA jobs is one reason why the need for certified nursing aides will consistently increase in the coming years.
Jobs in this field are in high demand! This training is for individuals wanting to work as aides in nursing homes and hospitals.
To become CNA one has to undergo exclusive training. 90 hours training includes 50 hours classroom and 40 hours lab in Nursing home.