Nurse Aide Training Programs in Nevada

Are you a certified nurse aide looking to relocate to Nevada? If the answer to this question is yes then you will need to know how to transfer a nurse aide certificate to the state of Nevada. In order to practice as a nursing assistant in Nevada you must apply for a CNA certificate by endorsement. Applications for endorsement are available on the Nevada Board of Nursing website, under the title CNA endorsement form. Print this application and fill in your personal information on the top of the form.

The rest of the application must be completed by the state Nurse Aide Registry where you have obtained your nursing assistant certification. It is wise to first call the state in which you were certified to ask if any fees are required for the completion of the application. If a fee is required then include it with your application. Once the state completes your endorsement application it will send it to the Nevada Nurse Aide Registry. Starting nurse aide salaries for new graduates in Carson City, Nevada are approximately $23,000. The highest salaries earned by certified nurse assistants in 2008 were close to $28,000 annually.

CNA Training Programs in Clark County

College of Southern Nevada - Las Vegas
6375 West Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone: (702) 651-5690

Nevada Healthcare Training and Education - Las Vegas
2404 Western Avenue C, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: (702) 471-0529

Purrfect Nursing Services C.N.A. Class - Las Vegas
1711 Highland Dr., Suite A and B, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
Phone: (702) 385-3853

Burk Horizon/Sunset SW High School - Las Vegas
4650 West Harmon Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89103
This nursing assistant program is closed or currently inactive.

Desert Rose High School Nurse Aide Program - North Las Vegas
444 West Brooks Ave., North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030
This nursing assistant program is available to high school students only.

SE Career and Technical Academy Nurse Aide Training Program - Las Vegas
5710 Mountain Vista, Las Vegas, Nevada 89120
This nursing assistant program is available to high school students only.

Nurse Aide Classes in Nye County

Evergreen at Pahrump Nurse Aide Training Program
4501 NE Blagg Rd., Pahrump, NV 89060
Phone: (775) 751-6600

Great Basin College at Pahrump Campus
551 East Calvada Blvd., Pahrump, NV 89048
Phone: (775) 727-2000

Nursing Assistant Training Courses in Lincoln County

Grover C. Dils Medical Center - Caliente
P.O. Box 1010, Caliente, Nevada 89008
Phone: (775) 726-3171

CNA Training Classes in Carson City

Evergreen Carson City Health Nurse Aide Training Program
3050 North Ormsby Lane, Carson City, NV 89703
Phone: (775) 841-4646

Western Nevada College CNA Course - Carson City
2201 West College Pkwy., Carson City, NV 89701
Phone: (775) 445-3296

Nurse Aide Programs in Elko County

Great Basin College Nurse Aide Program - Elko
1500 College Parkway, Elko, Nevada 89801
Phone: (775) 753-2216

CNA Training in White Pine County

Great Basin College at Ely Campus
2115 Bobcat Drive, Ely, NV 89301
Phone: (775) 289-3589

White Pine County School District CNA Program - Ely
1800 Bobcat Drive, Ely, NV 89301
This nursing assistant program is available to high school students only.

Nurse Aide Courses in Humboldt County

Great Basin College at Winnemucca Campus
5490 Kluncy Canyon Road, Winnemucca, Nevada 89445
Phone: (775) 623-4824

CNA Classes in Washoe County

Sierra Nevada Job Corps - Reno
14175 Mount Charleston Street, Reno, Nevada 89506
Phone: (775) 972-5627

Truckee Meadows Community College Nursing Assistant Program - Reno
7000 Dandini Blvd., Reno, Nevada 89512
Phone: (775) 673-7115

Nursing Assistant Training Programs in Mineral County

Mount Grant General Hospital Nurse Aide Training Course - Hawthorne
P.O. Box 1510, Hawthorne, Nevada 89415
Phone: (775) 945-2461

Nurse Aide Programs in Pershing County

Pershing County School District CNA Program - Lovelock
P.O. Box 389, Lovelock, NV 89419
Phone: (775) 273-7819

CNA Training Classes in Lyon County

South Lyon Medical Center Nurse Aide Training - Yerington
213 South Whitacre, Yerington, NV 89447
Phone: (775) 463-2301

Nursing Assistant Programs in Churchill County

Western Nevada College Nursing Assistant Course - Fallon
160 Campus Way, Fallon, Nevada 89406
Phone: (775) 445-3296

CNA Training in Lander County

Lander County School District CNA Training Program - Battle Mountain
P.O. Box 1330, Battle Mountain, NV 89820
This nursing assistant program is closed or currently inactive.

Nursing Assistant Training Programs in Mohave County, Arizona

First Step Nursing CNA Course - Beaver Dam
P.O. Box 1343, Beaver Dam, Arizona 86432
Phone: (928) 347-5144

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

CNA classes, schools and programs by state.

Questions, Comments, Suggestions

Angelina S. on September 10, 2009 at 10:43 AM
How do I transfer my CNA certification from Nevada to Texas?

Admin on September 11, 2009 at 11:51 PM
To transfer your Nevada CNA certification to Texas you need to complete the Request for Entry on the Texas Nurse Aide Registry Through Reciprocity. Complete section one of this application and send it to the nurse aide registry for the state where you are currently certified as a nursing assistant. The Nevada nurse aide registry will send it back to you after it completes section two. When both sections of the reciprocity form have been completed you need to send it to the Texas nurse aide registry. Do not forget to attach all the required copies of documents along with your application. If your nursing assistant certification does not show an expiration date, then you must also complete the Employment Verification form and send it to the Texas nurse aide registry (do not send this form if your certificate shows an expiration date).

Can I enroll in a CNA class without a high school diploma or GED?

How long do nursing assistant classes take to complete?

After becoming a CNA how much more training does it take to become an RN?

I am really interested in becoming a certified nursing assistant. I am in the military and we go out to sea continuously. I do not have too much time to actually attend a program until next year. Who offers online CNA classes?

How do I sign up for CNA training?

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CNA Training Requirements

There is a wide disparity between CNA training requirements among the states. The difference lies in the mandatory number of total training hours necessary to complete state-approved CNA classes.

While according to federal law each nursing assistant course should contain a minimum of seventy-five (75) instruction and clinical hours, individual states have the liberty to mandate extra training requirements for certified nursing assistants. The majority of states exceed the threshold federal minimum requirements for nurse aide training programs because they are considered insufficient to result in an optimal and safe level of care for clients.

A review of nationwide state requirements for nurse assistant courses has found that the following states have mandated highest number of CNA program hours: Maine with a minimum of 90 hours of theory, 20 hours of laboratory skills and 70 hours of clinical instruction for a total of 180 hours; California with one hundred and sixty (160) training hours; Delaware and Oregon each requiring one hundred and fifty (150) hours; followed by the state of Alaska with one hundred and forty (140) hours; Virginia, Arizona, and West Virginia have a minimum of one hundred and twenty (120) training hours for state-approved classes.

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