Nurse Aide Training Programs in Delaware
Delaware is one of the states which exceeds the federal requirements regarding the number of hours mandatory in a CNA training program. While seventy-five hours of training are the federal minimum requirements for any nurse aide class, the state of Delaware does not approve any CNA course with less than one hundred and fifty hours (150) of training. To become a certified nurse aide in Delaware you must first complete a state-approved nurse assistant class. Students gain knowledge and experience throughout seventy-five (75) hours of clinical and seventy-five hours of classroom instruction. Every student who successfully completes a CNA training course is eligible to take the CNA exam in Delaware and become a certified nurse aide.
The state of Delaware has initiated advanced educational programs for those who are already certified nurse assistants. The Senior Certified Nursing Assistant course is specifically designed as an incentive for nurse aides to further their knowledge and skills, and to remain in the field of health care with the potential to earn a higher salary. How can you become a senior certified nurse aide in Delaware? A fifty-hour, special educational program is required for all those interested in being qualified as a senior CNA. The state of Delaware requires interested candidates to have at least three years of experience as a certified nursing assistant prior to enrolling in a senior CNA course.
CNA Training Classes in Kent County
Always Care Health Services, Inc. - Dover
1203 College Park Drive, Dover, DE 19904
Delaware Technical Community College - Terry Campus
100 Campus Drive, Dover, DE 19901
Hands Medical Healthcare Services, Inc. C.N.A. Class - Smyrna
230 North Union Street, Smyrna, DE 19977
Poly Tech Adult Education CNA Training Program - Woodside
823 Walnut Shade Road, Woodside, Delaware 19980
Poly Tech High School Nurse Aide Course - Woodside
P.O. Box 97, Woodside, DE 19980
Courtland Manor CNA Program - Dover
889 South Little Creek Road, Dover, Delaware 19901
Silver Lake Center Nursing Assistant Training - Dover
1080 Silver Lake Boulevard, Dover, DE 19904
CNA Programs in Sussex County
Beebe Medical Center School of Nursing - Lewes
424 Savannah Road, Lewes, Delaware 19958
Camtech, Inc. - Seaford
563 North Hall Street, Seaford, Delaware 19973
Delaware Technical Community College CNA Program - Georgetown Campus
P.O. Box 610, Rt. 18, Georgetown, Delaware 19947
Sussex Tech Adult Education Division CNA Training Course - Georgetown
17099 County Seat Highway, Georgetown, Delaware 19947
Sussex Technical High School - Georgetown
P.O. Box 351, Georgetown, DE 19947
Tri-State Technical Nurse Aide Course - Laurel
106 East Market Street, Laurel, Delaware 19956
Stockley Center - Georgetown
26351 Patriots Way, Georgetown, DE 19947
Milford Center Nurse Aide Program
700 Marvel Road, Milford, Delaware 19963
Nurse Aide Programs in New Castle County
Lee Training Institute CNA Training Program - Wilmington
623 West Newport Pike, Wilmington, Delaware 19804
Phone: (302) 999-7804
Camtech, Inc. CNA Class - Newport
240 North James Street, Newport, DE 19804
Dawn Training Center Nurse Aide Program - Wilmington
3700 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805
Delaware Technical Community College Nurse Aide Training - Wilmington Campus
333 Shipley Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Delaware Skill Center CNA Program - Wilmington
13th and Clifford Brown Walk, Wilmington, DE 19801
Elite School of Nursing, LLC. Prestbury Square Building - Newark
15 Chestnut Hill Road, Newark, Delaware 19713
Hodgson Vocational Technical High School - Newark
2575 Glasgow Avenue, Newark, Delaware 19702
Howard High School of Technology CNA Course - Wilmington
401 East 12th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
Wilmington Job Corps Center Nurse Aide Training
9 Vandever Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19802
Nursing assistant programs prepare individuals for challenging the nurse aide certification exam and for entry level positions in health care environments. Each state has the authority to decide how many hours of training a nursing assistant course must consist of, as long as the minimum federal requirement of seventy-five hours is met. Students interested in attending CNA classes have a wide array of choices when it comes to selecting a training facility.
Nursing assistant courses are conducted at nursing homes, vocational schools, private schools, and community colleges. Program length, admission requirements, and cost of training vary depending on the policies of every training facility. Several states have implemented legislation which requires licensed long-term care facilities to reimburse CNA employees for the costs associated with training. An individual who has paid for nursing assistant training classes and who becomes employed by a nursing home within a year of obtaining certification, is eligible for financial reimbursement. Compared to other training programs in the health care field, nursing assistant classes are relatively short and inexpensive. Obtaining state certification as a CNA is the main requirement for securing a nurse aide job at a nursing home, hospital, rehabilitation or skilled nursing facility.
CNA Training Schools and Programs
Questions, Comments, Suggestions
Name: Kim Y. Date posted: August 04, 2013 - 11:07 AM
Message: I am looking for CNA classes in the Dover area, and the cost of the class.
Name: Admin Date posted: August 04, 2013 - 07:04 PM
Message: There are only three CNA programs I know about in Dover, Delaware and they are all listed on this page. The program at Always Care Health Services, Inc. seems to offer some discounts but you need to contact them to see if you qualify. Courtland Manor lists an open CNA position but it seems to require prior certification and I was unable to find more information about the Silver Lake Center program. I would suggest that you contact these facilities and inquire if they are offering CNA training at this time. Unlike private schools and community colleges, nursing homes do not offer CNA training programs all the time. In general, you might pay less if you can find a training program at a nursing home but they are usually only offered when they need additional staff. Good luck!
Name: Amy Date posted: August 13, 2013 - 06:46 AM
Message: I am looking for nursing homes in Delaware (New Castle County) area that offer CNA classes. What would the cost be?
Name: Admin Date posted: August 14, 2013 - 09:22 PM
Message: There are several listings of CNA training programs in New Castle County, Delaware. You may want to consider the technical and private schools offering nursing assistant classes located in the cities of Newark, Newport, and Wilmington. You need to contact each school to inquire about the current price of their program. We do not have listings of any nursing homes currently offering training courses in this county. There is a free CNA course offered by the Wilmington Job Corps to students who are between sixteen and twenty-four years old. If you are interested in this opportunity, visit the following link: Wilmington Job Corps. Good luck!
Felica G. on July 16, 2014 at 02:23 PM
How long do CNA classes take and what exactly do you have to do?
Admin on July 19, 2014 at 10:51 PM
Nursing assistant training courses may take anywhere between three weeks to three months to complete, depending on the facility or school which offers the program. To enroll in nurse aide classes you must meet certain admission criteria pertaining to education, health, and background history. Those who are accepted into CNA classes must complete both the classroom and hands-on practice sessions to graduate. Finally, one must pass a final exam which tests a candidate's skills and abilities to practice correctly and safely. When you pass this final test you become a certified nurse aide.
After becoming a CNA how much more experience, training or school has to be done to become a registered nurse?
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How do I sign up for CNA training? I am having trouble finding the shortest training program in my area. Can you help me?
How long does it take to get the CNA certificate itself while in school taking courses?
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