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LNA Training Programs



Licensed Nurse Assisting (LNA) is also called Certified Nurse Assisting or CNA in many states. This license is awarded 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.

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Locations offering Vermont LNA training  programs and certification:

Bennington:          Southwest TechVermont LNA students
Burlington:           Burlington Technical Center
Enosburg Falls:   Cold Hollow Career Center
Essex:                    Center for Technology
Hyde Park:           Green Mountain Technology & Career Center
Middlebury:        Hannaford Career Center
Newport:             North Country Career Center
Randolph:           Randolph Technical Career Center
Rutland:              Stafford Technical Center
St. Albans:          Northwest Career & Technical Center
Springfield:        River Valley Technical Center