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General Facts about CNA Training and Employment in Delaware

CNA jobs are currently needed and the pay scales are good – often ranging from $18,000 to $35,000.  As long as you’ve completed state training programs and have passed a state CNA examination, you’re good to go. The exam involves both written and practical performance based sections. Once you’ve passed the exam, you can begin searching for work and chances are, if you’ve done your homework, you’ll find something.

As concerns the costs of getting educated and certified, CNA training programs aren’t too bad. They are often offered at community colleges, vocational schools, 2 year colleges and so on, They tend to range from about $400 to $800 and may even be less.

Financial aid for these programs is common, and is usually given to people who have difficulty affording a program. Scholarships are also often awarded. Also, hospitals and other facilities sometimes offer to pay for training as part of the hiring process. Being in high demand, employers can encourage that they’ll have a wider selection of qualified candidates by spending a little money on someone they think is good for the job.

CNA Training and Employment in Delaware

Delaware is a good state in which to look for CNA education and employment. There are many schools available and salary averages in the state are only slightly lower than the national average.

In Delaware CNA educational programs are approved by the Division of Long Term Care Residents Protection, which is part of the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services. Like other states, Delaware requires that a prospective CNA pass a certified CNA training program and then the Delaware state certification exam.

CNA salaries have recently risen sharply recently on a national level. Right now they average of around $34,000 a year in Delaware, putting them right around the national average. So in Delaware becoming a CNA definitely makes financial sense. It’s a smart choice for people getting a start in the health care field.

Educational Institutions in Delaware that offer CNA training

Wilmington

Dawn Training Center Nurse Aide Program

3700 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805

Delaware Technical Community College Nurse Aide Training

333 Shipley Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19801

Delaware Skill Center CNA Program

13th and Clifford Brown Walk, Wilmington, DE 19801

Howard High School of Technology CNA Course

401 East 12th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

Wilmington Job Corps Nurse Aide Training

9 Vandever Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19802

Georgetown

Delaware Technical Community College CNA program

P.O. Box 610, Rt. 18, Georgetown, Delaware 19947

Sussex Tech Adult Education Division CNA Training Course

17099 County Seat Highway, Georgetown, Delaware 19947

Stockley Center

26351 Patriots Way, Georgetown, DE 19947

Dover

Courtland Manor CNA program

889 South Little Creek Road, Dover, Delaware 19901

Silver Lake Center Nursing Assistant Training

1080 Silver Lake Boulevard, Dover, DE 19904

Always Care Health Services Inc

1203 College Park Drive, Dover, DE 19904

Newark

Elite School of Nursing, LLC. Prestbury Square Building

15 Chestnut Hill Road, Newark, Delaware 19713

Hodgson Vocational Technical High School

2575 Glasgow Avenue, Newark, Delaware 19702

Woodside

Poly Tech Adult Education CNA Training Program

823 Walnut Shade Road, Woodside, Delaware 19980

Poly Tech High School Nurse Aide Course

P.O. Box 97, Woodside, DE 19980

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