I found a program that will pay for my CNA certification classes. The problem I'm having is this. I currently work at home from 11pm-8am. I will be taking a class in Jan (starting my pre reqs so I can apply to nursing school
in 1/2019) My current schedule is perfect for me and perfect for my family and will allow me time to study and (hopefully) do well in my classes. (I'm only taking 1 class per semester.)
However the thought of becoming a CNA interests me because it would be great to get my foot in the door now and even see if I enjoy the nursing field. However this would mean shortening my hours at my f/t job (which I would probably do eventually once I start nursing school) and making my a life a little more chaotic now possibly. (I have a husband and 5 kids and 1 car)
Should I just continue on with my cushy work at home job and do my best in my classes so I can get into nursing school or try my hand at being a cna for a while and switching up a schedule that will be not so comfortable for myself and my family?
thanks in advance