Becoming a CNA is an excellent first step to a nursing or other healthcare career
Do you want a rewarding career as a CNA?
A certified nursing assistant (CNA) works under a nurse's supervision to care for patients, usually in a residential care setting, such as a nursing home, or hospitals. CNAs, sometimes referred to as nurses’ aides, typically help patients care for their hygiene and ensure they can move about safely. They also support nurses by taking vital signs, answering patient calls, and organizing supplies.
Advantages to Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant
- Training takes weeks rather than years
- In-demand job with steady growth
- Excellent first step to a nursing or other healthcare career and employers often provide financial aid
- Opportunity to help people