CNA class at Kansas College of Nursing? - page 3

Hi All, brand new to this website. It's wonderful! I'm at beginning of journey to RN. I work full-time now, but not in healthcare. Am starting pre-reqs. Have a BA already and Masters in Social Work. Am thinking about CNA to get... Read More

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    Melissa - Yes, I am sure that they are two separate classes. One is almost 2 weeks longer than the other. I will try to find out why. ( i.e. - it must be less hours per night or fewer evenings per week)

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    I am going to go to Kansas College of Nursing for my CNA course. While at my doctor's office, his assistant told me she went to KS College of nursing and that she is working toward getting her CMA degree and that the State of Kansas will let you work in a doctor's office with a CNA degree to work toward getting your CMA degree. Has anyone else heard of this and what is required while you are working at a doctor's office? She also said she thought the instructors were great at the KS College of Nursing.
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    Hi opks,

    I have never heard of that (!) Go check out the ksbn website. That is where you would find all the info needed on req's for CMA/CNA Rn's etc. I can't imaging that is true though.
    So, you are going to get your CNA at KS College of Nursing? Me too. When does your class start? Maybe we will be together. I am going to take the CMA class right after I finish the CNA class..
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    I still have my scrubs & stuff from there in XL and the paperwork, if anyone is interested. I go to Pitt & they use scarlet scrubs so I can't use them.

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