Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) are critical to the care and service delivery for the residents that live at NRC. To become certified, you will complete a 75-hour training program and take a state exam. The onsite NRC trainer will assist you through your learning and help to prepare you for the state exam.
CNAs provide assistance with day-to-day activities, including:
- Bathing, dressing and personal hygiene
- Assisting in ambulation and mobility
- Helping nurses with other duties
For more information about enrollment and class availability, apply today for a CNA-in-Training position. Training fees and wages are covered for individuals who choose to work at NRC during or following training.