Nurse Assistant Training Programs
2024 is a great time to start a health care career as a Nurse Assistant!
Nurse Assistants work in wide variety of settings, including medical offices, nursing homes, visiting nurse and hospice providers, private duty employment by individuals or families, and virtually every department of hospitals.
This patient-care position is licensed by the Vermont Board of Nursing. In order to qualify, individuals must complete an approved Vermont LNA training program of at least 80 hours, including classroom, lab, and clinical instruction, and also pass a licensing exam. In order to keep a license, a nurse assistant must work at least 500 hours in a 2-year period under the supervision of a licensed nurse and apply for license renewal.
This can be a career, not just a job! Click here for statistics on this “Bright Outlook” opportunity to enter the field of health care. The average LNA wage in Vermont has risen by over $3/hour in the last 2 years!
The Vermont Department of Labor lists over 150 job openings for LNAs in the last 60 days. See a partial listing of openings HERE
Board of Nursing approved LNA. More information on Board of Nursing licensure HERE.
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