CNA license

  1. Hello. My husband and I currently live in Boston and are relocating to New Jersey. He has his CNA license in MA. We wanted to know about the steps to aquire a license in NJ and what he has to do to switch his license.
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  3. by   NRSKarenRN
    all the info here at nj websites:

    home care and group homes:
    certified homemaker-home health aides




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    nj nurse aide & personal care assistant candidate handbook

    http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/063100.pdf
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Apr 29, '06
  4. by   Hellllllo Nurse
    Hello,

    CNAs are not licensed- they're certified.

    Nurses are licensed.
  5. by   lamorena
    OK Well do you know what he has to do to be certified in NJ if he's already crtified in another state?


    Quote from Hellllllo Nurse
    Hello,

    CNAs are not licensed- they're certified.

    Nurses are licensed.
  6. by   BKRN
    Quote from lamorena
    Hello. My husband and I currently live in Boston and are relocating to New Jersey. He has his CNA license in MA. We wanted to know about the steps to aquire a license in NJ and what he has to do to switch his license.
    Hello-I'm not sure of the steps but maybe you could contact the NJ Board of Nursing, I believe that they handle CNA certification as well. Good luck with your move!
  7. by   sobonks
    Hi - its not very complicated, I have known some people that have gotten their certificates for nj after moving from PA - i think you need to submit proof of certificate, work experience, new adress etc...he should have the info from the state you are in - he can contact them for more info.

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