CNA renewal?

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    Im a senior in High School in North Carolina and I take a class at school where we earn our CNA certificate, which will be sometime in May or June. Well after I graduate I will be moving back to Atlanta and a summer job before college starts would be great, so I was wondering if I have to take the CNA test or classes again?


    THANKS.
    Last edit by VickyRN on Oct 23, '06 : Reason: CNA's do not obtain a license, only a certificate.
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    As long as your NC certification does not expire, you just have to apply for reciprocity with GA (one form to fill out). It is that simple. Good luck to you.
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    I can relate! Im livin' in Georgia from Clearwater Florida and I am havin' a royal crap of a time with Florida AND Georgia Registries! I have been workin' BOTH ends since we moved here and I get the run-arounds.!!!
    Last edit by jb2u on Oct 24, '06 : Reason: Language
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    Quote from freetobe
    Im a senior in High School in North Carolina and I take a class at school where we earn our CNA certificate, which will be sometime in May or June. Well after I graduate I will be moving back to Atlanta and a summer job before college starts would be great, so I was wondering if I have to take the CNA test or classes again?


    THANKS.
    As long as you obtain employement as CNA for 24 months, you will not have to.
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    Quote from freetobe
    Im a senior in High School in North Carolina and I take a class at school where we earn our CNA certificate, which will be sometime in May or June. Well after I graduate I will be moving back to Atlanta and a summer job before college starts would be great, so I was wondering if I have to take the CNA test or classes again?


    THANKS.
    Your certificate is good for 24 months as long as you obtain employement during that time. You shouldn't have to take it again.I on the other hand am waiting for my reciprocity from Florida to Georgia registry so that I can go back to work. I have not been working since this past May because of 2 cruises back to back, having to help take care of my parents out of state off and on during that time.Now since we have bought a houseand it is a handyman special and my husband works every 10 days with 7 days on call, it will be a couple months longer until I can look for work.Also.....holidays are here and I just might as well wait until after the 1st of the year.
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    Quote from jb2u
    As long as your NC certification does not expire, you just have to apply for reciprocity with GA (one form to fill out). It is that simple. Good luck to you.
    I liked your bit about the DEMS since they stole the senate and house from us...it's true what you just said.


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