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Question Help!: CNA from Full to Part Time?

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by Sindy Sindy (New) New Student

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Hello, how long do you have to work as a CNA full time to be eligible to work as a CNA part time. Is it one year? 6 months? I’m asking because I’m aware that nurses need one year of experience to be able to work part time. So I’m wondering if that goes into effect with CNAs as well. 

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Rose_Queen has 15 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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That sounds like a facility specific policy, so you will need to ask your manager or review the policy. You won't find this rule in all facilities.

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Yes, just FYI, many nurses never work full-time. I wanted a part-time job after graduation and that’s what I have. Your facility must have specific policies about this (as the other poster mentioned).  There’s not a blanket rule about it. 

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