I am leaning toward taking cna courses in June...my husband and I were discussing whether or not to do that or just enroll in college and start the process for lpn. While both options are doable...the cna way first seems more practical because at least I can get employment asap (I hope
!) and work for awhile and help bring in some income to add to the household, not to mention to get a fraction of an idea of what nursing is like. I was wondering, what can I look forward to in these courses? What types of things are taught?
This course is at an Adult Ed. center, it is only 2 weeks long, with three days spent at a nursing home, and it is $395.00. For some reason I was thinking cna courses were longer and cost a lot more! Any advice or opinions would be welcome. Thank you.