Hi, I just wanted to hear some advice about becoming a CNA from all of you guys that are CNA's that work in hospitals. I just recently got a job as a unit secretary and I really hate it. Its not a completely bad job, its just completely boring. I don't wanna complain, but I really want to get some experiences before I enter nursing school
in the fall. For the past week I've spent time talking and chatting with nurses and what they call PCA's (other known as CNA'S, same thing) and they have gave me some really good advice that i should get my CNA licence before going back to school so that i can work during the school year. I was just asking for advice from those of you who work or have worked in hospitals as a nursing assistant. Thanks!!