CNA classes in Vermont are accepting applicationas for new students in your area! Vermont State Board of Nursing-accredited nursing assistant training courses are offered at a wide variety of community colleges, vocational schools, online colleges, hospitals, nursing homes and non-profit groups such as the American Red Cross.
The projected demand for nursing assistants is expected to continue to grow in Vermont by as much as 6% through the year 2020 according to the latest report from Vermont Department of Labor.
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*Denotes Projected Yearly Job Openings Source: Vermont Department of Labor The current median salary, as reported by the U.S. government’s CareerInfoNet.com for nurse aides is especially strong for an entry-level healthcare position not requiring a college degree.
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Source: Vermont Department of Labor – Wages
There are three easy steps you will be required to complete in order to work as a Licensed Nursing Assistant in the Green Mountain State:
- Successfully complete a nursing assistant training program that has been approved by the Vermont State Board of Nursing
- Apply for and pass the Pearson Vue certification exam within 24 months of finishing your training program
- Receive your official license from the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation.