In home careWe have a number of home health care jobs posted on our website for North Carolina, including a number of CNA positions. If you’ve been thinking about getting into the ever-growing healthcare field, getting your CNA can be a huge benefit and open a lot of door for you.

What is a CNA?

CNA stands for Certified Nursing Assistant. They usually work under the direction of a registered nurse (RN) or another member of the medical team. CNAs are vital in the home health care field because they help patients with important tasks such as bathing, dressing, and eating. They are the backbone of the home health care industry and are highly in demand in many areas of the country.

How much does it cost?

It depends on the program that you choose, but be sure to pick a program that is accredited. That will look much better on your resume when you are applying for jobs. In general, programs cost a couple thousand dollars to complete, which is much less than a four-year college program and can get your foot into the door for great-paying careers.

How long does it take?

Most CNA courses only take a few weeks to complete, and usually also have some in-class time as well as time in a clinical setting. That way you will get some experience before you start applying for jobs!

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Once you have your CNA certificate, you can apply for the home health care jobs available on our website! Check out the other qualifications by clicking on the button below.

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