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Licensing Requirements for CNAs

Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) – also known as certified nursing aides- need to have a working license for making them eligible to practice their career in healthcare industries. License is not a mandatory requirement to get a job as a nursing assistant, once you have successfully completed the training program and have a certificate for completion of the program; however employers prefer those assistants having a working license.

For candidates looking to obtain a working license require to sit and pass the certification exams conducted and regulated by state authorities. The minimum eligibility for candidate to attend such exams is the completion of 75 hours of classes comprising both theoretical and practical sessions. Beside this, the state authorities may also have some other requirements, information on which can be obtained by contacting the Nursing Board of the respective state.

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