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CNA Training with American Red Cross

December 23, 2010 by  
Filed under CNA Red Cross

CNA is a general wage cut and that can cause stress, it is good to go to nursing school. I have heard many nurses say they believe that nurses who were NAC tend to be better. I disagree and I am the ANC. You will learn the tricks of CNA nursing experience in any school is always useful – why torture.

I did the exact CNA training with CRA – 3 classrooms weeks / 1 week clinical. They had other options for the length of class, but I chose the short because I was able to use some of my vacation at work and still get a good education in a hurry.

It was fast paced, a lot of reading and testing. We tested on a daily. As the success rate is concerned, not very safe. Many girls have been very particular about the existence degrees.

Most of the current monitor. You will be instructed on particular skills and paste the text. You must read and practice these skills – which will be tested on both the next day. The skills are history, because you must perform the skills as well as BON is set (for manual skills to help you study). Do not pass the tests of skills, will not hurt more than anything else. Remember to pay attention to safety, infection control and privacy when you made the test of skill and you should be fine. Get a couple of accent and read the text very well, and you should be fine. Part of its class is based on your participation in class. In general, class discussion is based only ever read the night before, so if you’re reading, you can participate without problems. Do your best to what you have, so you can stay at a high GPA.

It was a good experience and I really learned a lot. Of course, your real training will come when you start dealing with real patients. The classrooms do to prepare. So I went away, so I hope this helps.