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CNA CLASSES IN NEW HAPSHIRE

Before employment and no matter whether one is working for compensation, volunteering, or providing direct or indirect care at a licensed institution it is important that CNAs complete a state-approved course of a minimum of 75 hours including both clinical and classroom instruction. Following the completion of the course, each graduate must take and pass the state examination to gain their certification. Only after registration with the state nursing board can they begin their work in the state of New Hampshire.

There are no formal educational requirements to become a CNA in New Hampshire, though a high school diploma or GED is highly recommended, and institutions may provide a reading and language comprehension test. Other state requirements include:

  • Being a minimum of 16 years of age

  • Passing a fingerprint clinical background check

  • Obtain a passing grade on the pre-admission exam

  • Be in possession of a valid CPR card

  • Have a valid government-issued ID

  • Obtain liability insurance

  • Negative TB test (10 months old at most)

  • Current immunization record

CNA Classes & Nurse Aide Courses in New Hampshire

White Mountains Community Clg

Berlin, NH

3570

603-752-1113

 

Clinical Career Training

Bristol, NH

3222

603-744-6766

 

University of New Hampshire

Durham, NH

3824

603-862-1234

 

Seacoast School of Technology

Exeter, NH

3833

603-775-8461

 

Lakes Region Community College

Laconia, NH

3246

603-524-3207

 

American School of Nursing & Medical Careers

Manchester, NH

3101

603-622-8400

 

Manchester Community College

Manchester, NH

3102

603-206-8000

 

LNA Health Careers

Manchester, NH

3101

603-647-2174

 

Emerson CNA Training School

Nashua, NH

3060

603-889-6664

 

Plymouth State University

Plymouth, NH

3264

603-535-5000

 

Edgewood Centre

Portsmouth, NH

3801

603-436-0099

 

J & K Home Care

Salem, NH

3079

603-893-9214