Nursing Assistant Schools

How do i start a nursing assistant training center/school?

New postby Edmundo » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Am an RN/BSN need to know how to go establish this kind of business. Am an RN/BSN need to know how to go establish this kind of business.
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New postby Tamala » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Perhaps check with the state in which you reside such as the Department of Education (in your state).

http://www.ed.gov
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I want to become a nursing assistant do you know of any...

New postby May » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

I want to become a nursing assistant do you know of any schools i can attend and how long it will take?

I will prefer it take no longer than three months for the most.
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New postby Joycelyn » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Break the law, go to jail, volunteer for hospital work in jug.
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CNA/Nurse Assistant schools?

New postby Abbey » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

I am eventually wanting to become a nurse, but I cannot afford to go to a four-year school right off the bat, and am scared off student loans. Does anyone know of Nurse Assistant programs that I can get into, start during the late spring/early summer and is affordable? I live in San Diego, CA. Any information would really help out. Thank you!
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New postby Krissy » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Call your local nursing homes/adult care facilities

alot of them hold CNA classes and will pay you to work there
you go from 7-3 most times and part of it is book/class work and part of it is working on the floors. You will get your certificate and still have a paycheck and benefits.

also some of them if you ask will help pay for you to be an RN do not do LPN for the little extra for RN you will get much more money and be happier

you will have to sign a contract that you will work for them for 2-3 yrs or so and then you can leave
but your classes will be pd for and you will still have income
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How long do you have to go to school to become a nursing...

New postby Fanny » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

How long do you have to go to school to become a nursing assistant?

If anyone is a nursing assistant, I would like to know how your job is and whether or not you like it. U can e-mail me at jenni_2004us@yahoo.com
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New postby Sharron » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Depending on which state you reside, 2 weeks to 6 months of training is required. I have been an advanced NA for 3 years, work in a hospital, and make a good salary. I found my job at the below website. Good Luck!
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I am an ex Medical assistant of IAF; How can I get a...

New postby Shila » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

I am an ex Medical assistant of IAF; How can I get a Nursing Diploma without attending regular schools?

I need a Nursing Diploma and a registration in any of the nursing councills so that I can get employment as a nurse. I have studied the entire curriculam of Nursing. I also have a Sanitary Inspectors Diploma. .In addition I am a post Graduate in Sociology from Gujarat University.
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New postby Sharron » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Excelsior College. They offer fully accreditted nursing degrees online--if you are familiar with the material, all you have to do is pass several tests, and voila! They are entirely online and can be completed anywhere in the world. excelsior.edu Check it out!
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I went to school to become a nursing assistant but never...

New postby Rosann » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

I went to school to become a nursing assistant but never became certified.?

I have over three years of experience now but as stated above, i never became certified. I live in AZ. Can someone tell me if its too late to become certified without having to repeat the course. I finished the course in May 2006. Thanks
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New postby Latricia » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

If you can prove that you have worked over 160hrs as a nursing assistant in the last two years, (proof is a signed letter by the employer) you will just need to apply to the AZ board of nursing and take the exam.
Here is the website:
http://www.azbn.gov/Applications.aspx
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Nursing school/Physician Assistant question.different...

New postby Stanton » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Nursing school/Physician Assistant question.different nursing paths?

I have a BA in French. I want to change my career path, and I have always been interested in becoming a PA. How long does it take? I did not have any science credits from my undergraduate. Can I use my liberal arts credits to shorten my BSN requirement? How much longer does it take to be a PA or possibly CRNA (another interest of mine)? Thank you for answering my questions.
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New postby Lennie » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

I cannot answer the P.A. question except to say you don't take a nursing degree to become a P.A.

There are many universities these days that will offer a short BSN program to those who already have a bachelor's degree. If you want to be a CRNA, you need your BSN first. Then it is one year more after that to become a CRNA.

Remember if you are interested in the medical role, there is also a surgical first assist job, or OR tech that doesnt' require Nursing school. Nursing school is to train you to be a Nurse, not a poor man's doctor.
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Where can I find certified nurses assistant school for...

New postby Keli » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

Where can I find certified nurses assistant school for free in NYC? Where can I find certified nurses assistant school for free in NYC?
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New postby Dalia » 29 Oct 2012, 08:19

There is always a fee... but some offer if you take a class with a nursing home you can get hired on after your classes then if you agree to a contract to work there a certain amount of time they might waive half of the class off and while your working there they give you a couple months to get certified through the state which means you will have to do a state test...i don't know how much it is for new york but in Oregon its 500 bucks
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