I plan on going to LSC and taking their AA degree program in Nursing for my RN. I'm currently taking the pretechincial classes.
I need to get my CNA and I am wondering if anyone has any advice.
I am thinking of taking the phlebotomy certification at the college at the same time, for many reasons:
to learn something new
to make my resume look more full
to help me obtain a job
to give me experience that will help as i take the classes to become an RN
I was just wondering if anyone was employed at a hospital here in Duluth MN and how they obtained a job there.
If you think that the phlebotomy course will help for jobs in a hospital? or a job period as a CNA.
I'm really not sure what a CNA can actually do legally, if i will be able to utilize the phlebotomy certificate.
is there any other certification or type of job i should start working on that would make me more hireable at a hospital.
I'm going to be quiting a full time job to do this and i would like to research this and do it right.
Any advice or info would be greatly appreciated.