Certified Nurse Aide Training O.E.
Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka
The occupational endorsement in Certified Nurse Aide Training provides education and training to students in both theory and basic nursing skills necessary to become efficient, productive members of a healthcare team. Students must successfully pass the didactic portion of the coursework with 75% (C) or higher and pass the skills/clinical training with 100% in order to qualify to sit for the Alaska State Nurse Aide certification exam. A minimum of 60 hours of lecture and 80 hours of skills and clinical training are required.
The application process for the Certified Nursing Aide (CNA) certification examination requires fingerprinting and a background check.
Eligibility to complete the CNA certification exam may be denied by the Alaska Board of Nursing if the applicant has committed an act or omission that would constitute grounds for denial of certification. Details are provided on the Alaska Board of Nursing website.
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