Hopefully, you have videos of the skills to look at or some way to help you learn the skills. The 24 skills that may be tested on the state CNA exam should have a booklet that will be a help to you too. (I'm talking about the booklets which share how the CNA exam will test them on skills, and also includes other content regarding their testing.) To review skills myself for more detail, I sometimes looked at videos on U-tube also, since some CNA or nursing schools
have these online. To show skills to the groups I've had, I would have them gather around as I demonstrated a few skills and encourage note-taking. Then I divided them up in groups of 2-4 people. They would rotate through some skills stations, and take turns being the student, "teacher," and patient. They learned a lot by teaching/correcting other students, as well as doing it themselves. They each had a copy of the booklets that shared how the state was testing them, which the "teachers" and "patients" would refer to in order to correct students. I went around to make sure they were doing skills correctly, and answering questions.