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Q&A: Should I invest in CNA classes or no? 10 points!?

by tom44 on August 31, 2012

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Question by : Should I invest in CNA classes or no? 10 points!?
IMy job history is not that stable, but since I was only doing retail work would it matter once I started applying for a cna job since its in a total different field? They have a TON of jobs for cnas in Atlanta here so I know they’re out there I just don’t want to be turned down because of a sketchy job history. Do they just check to make sure you are certified and capable to do the job or is it more detailed?

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Yes. You can stay at a nursing home for 6 months and make them pay you back for the classes if your state does this. If not, don’t bother. Most people can’t handle the job career.

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One thought on “Q&A: Should I invest in CNA classes or no? 10 points!?

  1. Dee says:

    You can also become a Home Health aide. It will allow you to work in home care and give you job flexibility. Also, as a hha, you would only have 1 patient. Instead of having 5-10 patients per CNA. The home health aide training is FREE, most of the time with home care companies.

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