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Teaching a CNA class

  1. 0 The church i go to just started a CNA class. They asked me to teach it which I am very happy to do. I'm a LPN that has been working in a nuraing home for a while. I love my job but it is dangerous work and very hard. (30 to 60 patients a day and the acuity level of the patients keeps getting higher) Anyway, do I need some type of certification or anything to teach?
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  3. Visit  KyleRoth profile page
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    Depends on the state, the school's accreditation, etc. Being an LPN should be enough though.

    Will the students be able to become certified by the state at the end of the program? Sounds fishy. I would check with the program's administrators.

    Your licence could be in jeopardy if this isn't a legit program and a patient gets injured.