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Cna question

CNA/MA   (340 Views | 1 Replies)
by Sabu Sabu (New) New Pre-Student

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Hi all. I want to get a cna training/certification done. The only place still training has moved all classroom training online and clinicals will be performed in their onsite skills lab. I'm wondering if I should wait until we can do hands on clinicals with real patients and in classroom training or if I should just go for it? Any advice appreciated.

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AlissaTaylor13 has 3 years experience as a CNA and specializes in Float Pool.

38 Posts; 182 Profile Views

I think that you should just go for it. When you get a job you will get more hands on training before you are on your own! Plus, when I did my CNA clinicals awhile ago I just remember we were all too scared to do things on our own and clinicals are so short that you don't learn much. I felt way more confident with the on-the-job training!

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