I am currently enrolled in the lpn program to start in march. But that is not my topic of discussion. I am also in the cna class going on now. I heard that you can work as a "cna" at a facility that only takes cnas if you are enrolled in the class and can prove it. Does anyone know if this is true please please please get back to me
thanks so much
Sep 18, '05
No it's not true. You can't call yourself a CNA until you have completed your classes and have a piece of paper from the state saying you are a CNA. However, you can probably get a job as a "CNA trainee" until your classes are finished. Good luck.