The State Board of Nursing accredits various institutes to provide CNA classes in Vermont, which teach you how to communicate with doctors and patients, how to deal with emergencies, how to keep the information of your patient private, etc. The State Board of Nursing sets the guidelines for the coursework of the training. You need to take a minimum of 75 hours of training to obtain the certification. You can get trained as a nurse aide at assisted living center, hospital, nursing homes or long-term care facility.
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The pre-requisites for enrolling in CNA training program varies in different states and even in different institutions, but some of the basic requirements are:
As mentioned above, a minimum of 75 hours of training is required to be completed so as to become a CNA professional in VT. Training may even go up to 100 hours in some institutions. This includes extra 30 hours of clinical practice under the supervision of experienced registered nurse or licensed practice nurse.
The cost of becoming a certified nurse assistant in Vermont ranges from $400 to $1000, depending upon the school you opt. Cost of both written and practical exam is around $130. You stand a chance of getting fee reimbursement, if you get employed by the same facility from where you did your training, within 12 months of completing the certification.
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The basic topics covered by different certified nursing assistant training schools in VT are:
|Name of the School||Address||Phone No.||Fax No.||Official Website|
|Barre Technical Center – Adult Education||155 Ayers Street, Barre, VT – 05641||(802) 476-6237||(802) 476-4045||www.barretechnicalcenter.org|
|Berlin Health and Rehab||98 Hospitality Drive, Barre, VT 05641||(802) 229-0308||–||http://www.reveraberlin.com|
|Bennington Health and Rehab||2 Blackberry Lane, Bennington, VT 05201||(802) 442-8525||–||http://www.reverabennington.com|
|Southwestern Vermont Health Care||100 Hospital Drive, Bennington, VT 05201||(802) 442-6361||–||http://svhealthcare.org|
|River Bend Career and Technical Center||36 Oxbow Drive,Bradford, VT 05033||(802) 222-5212||(802) 222-4621||http://www.rbctc.org|
|Burlington Health & Rehab||300 Pearl Street, Burlington, VT 05401||(802) 658-4200||–||http://www.reveraburlington.com|
|The University of Vermont Health Network||111 Colchester Avenue,Burlington, Vermont 05401||(844) UVM-Health (886-4325)||–||https://www.uvmhealth.org|
|Starr Farm Nursing Home||98 Starr Farm Road,Burlington, VT 05408||(802) 658-6717||–||http://www.starrfarmnc.com|
|Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties||1110 Prim Road,Colchester, VT 05446||(802) 658-1900,1-(800) 427-1908||–||http://www.vnacares.org|
|American Red Cross Chapter||29 Mansfield Avenue,Burlington , VT 05401||(802) 660-9130||–||http://www.redcross.org|
|Chittenden Central Supervisory Union||51 Park Street, Essex Junction, VT 05452||(802) 879-5579||–||http://www.ccsuvt.org|
|Greensboro Nursing Home||47 Maggies Pond Road,Greensboro, VT 05841||(802) 533-7051||–||http://www.greensboronursinghome.org|
|Green Mountain Technology & Career Center||738 Route 05 West – Hyde Park, VT 05655||(802) 888-4447||(802) 888-7838||http://www.gmtcc.info|
|Lyndon Institute||168 Institute Circle,P.O. Box 127Lyndon Center, VT 05850||(802) 626-3357||–||http://www.lyndoninstitute.org|
|Addison County Home Health & Hospice||P.O. Box 754Rt. 7,Middlebury, VT 05753||(802) 388-7259,(800) 639-1521||(802) 388-6126||http://www.achhh.org|
|Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center||51 Charles Avenue,Middlebury, VT 05753||(802) 382-1012||(802) 388-2591||http://www.hannafordcareercenter.org|
|Orange Southwest Supervisory Union||24 Central Street, Randolph, VT 05060||(802) 728-5052||(802) 728-4844||http://www.orangesouthwest.org|
|River Valley Technical Center||307 South Street, Springfield, Vermont 05156||(802) 885-8300||(802) 885-8454||http://www.rvtc.org|
|Northwest Technical Center||71 South Main Street,St. Albans, VT 05478||(802) 527-6517||(802) 527-6469||http://nwtc.fcsuvt.org|
|Hartford Area Career & Technology Center||1 Gifford Road, White River Junction, VT 05001||(802) 295-8630||(802) 295-8631||http://www.hactc.com|
|Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center||289 County Road,Windsor, Vermont 05089||(802) 674-6711||(802) 674-7155||http://www.mtascutneyhospital.org|
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Question 1 – Where and how can I find CNA classes in Vermont?
Answer – If you have decided to join healthcare sector as a CNA, then look for the state-approved institutes which provide CNA classes in Vermont. Go to the nurse aide registry site where you will get list of approved schools.
VT Nurse Aide Registry / VT State Board of Nursing
National Life Building,
Office of Professional Regulation
North Floor 2
Montpelier, VT 05620-3402
Question 2 – What if I don’t get nurse aide training from an approved school?
Answer – You will not be able to appear for certification exam and practice your career, if you don’t take training from an accredited school.
Question 3 – Is it compulsory to obtain a high school diploma, in order to become a CNA?
Answer– It depends upon the requirement of the institute from which you are planning to do CNA course.
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